Saturday, March 22, 2008

February 2008 - Family Dinner in Perth

The family had a dinner in February when other members of the family visited from Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur and Penang) and Pakistan. It was a pot luck dinner where each of us made a dish.

The host frying his famous Penang Char Keow Teow.


My Japanese sister in law made some sushi

More sushi

We even made "muar chi." This is one of Penang's many snack food. In Penang one can find a few stalls selling this in Gurney Drive.

Inchi Kabin (spiced fried chicken). A specialty of Penang.

Poh Piah. Unfortunately, we cannot get the authentic poh piah skin so we substituted it with spring roll skin. Not as good but suffice.

The night ended with a selection of cakes and local seasonal fruit.

There were more food than is shown here but the photographer got carried away eating and missed a few.


2 comments:

Peter said...

wah.... muah chi sounds good Hailam bradda. I hope you and your family are doing well.

One of these days we'll go for a visit. I'm finding more and more friends there in Aussie land.

Most are Malaysians who have emigrated. Regards,

CurryMee said...

The muah chi was quite authentic too.

You should come down to visit. Perth has changed a lot since our "Chateau Commodore" days.