30 January 2012
29 January 2012
It was supposed to be a Thai food trip but Sean's aunt craved for pork ribs. It was beef baby back ribs and chips for him today. Anyways, it was yummy just the same. He promised to have the Thai next time.Seats were near the glass window overlooking Darling Harbour.
27 January 2012
08 January 2012
Salmon fish with slices of lemons, tomatoes and spring onions wrapped in foil and ovenbaked. This was lunch for today! This is one of the easy to do and cook recipes for fish. Flavor was sealed inside the the foil. If you are fond of fish, you can try this one out.
06 January 2012
It is Sean's Birthday today! woot woot!
And here is fried vermicelli for long life! Topped with chicken, pork, carrot, broccoli. Love this noodles especially with slices of calamansi!
01 January 2012
Fruits (rounded in particular) on the platter. Here is what was on the table down under on NYE. This represents "Bounty" for the coming year. & S W E E T N E S S, if i may add! HAHA!
Welcoming the New Year 2012! woot! woot! woot!
Sydney celebrated welcoming the New Year ahead of most countries in the world. The Harbour, as usual, was crowded and people started to come as early as they can to get a good spot to see the fireworks display which is a much awaited event welcoming the new year in the city. This also a sought-after, sort of, yearly tradition ending the year as "the ball drop event" in Times Square, New York and the like. Some suburbs also have their own fireworks display. So, some people who can not make it to the Harbour just go to nearby suburbs for that.
New year's eve can not be without something to celebrate with. On the table, we got the Pasta with Traditional Italian Pesto Sauce, meatballs and slices of ham, Smirnoff Ice was a good company while waiting for midnight to come. I hope this New year brings you prosperity, good health, happiness and wealth!!! (as what Sean said) Cheers to 2012!!!