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Cucur udang and sos tahai....



Had a small group of friends over last night, a "mixed" group as J put it. Some interesting conversations on various topics ranging from wentworth to white meat to marriage. We were all keeping abreast of current developments.

It was the first time I'd cooked a proper meal in some time and it was great to get that feeling again... you know, that feeling you get when you see a smile on someone's face as they bite into your cooking :)

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  1. Hahaha..'abreast'..what a word! And I thought only Kol. Sanders was obsessed with breasts and thighs!! lol.

    Anyway, thanks again bro, we had sooo much fun last nite. :)

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