Hawker Food in New Zealand
The MBS Alumni in Auckland
Hawker’s Food Pot Luck Dinner 23 October 2010
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Not everyone was able to make it this time. Kok Ken and Heng Mun are in Malaysia. Li Voon is somewhere in China. Edward Leong is in Wellington, Kok Kong had prior arrangement, Chris Sit had to pull out the last minute because his wife was not feeling well.
Steven Au is missing in action. Henry and Hon Loy could not be located. Lilian couldn’t make it from Hamilton. Wai Sek Mau miscalculated by one day!
We had a great time chatting, laughing and ripping into each other. Of course politics were discussed. Michael promised to charter a plane to fly back to vote at the next election. Those wearing blue jerseys have to find their way home.
The food was really really good. Except for the Sey Ngan Chai’s roast duck, all the food were created by some of these siew cheh…Ooops! Koo Liang master chefs.
The master chef supervisors, the main food testers and consumers of barley water:
Anti clockwise: The trishaw man Danny sitting on his lang cheh; Michael Yap, Frank Yap. Amster chatting to Michael Fu in the back ground and Albert Yap drinking ‘barley water’ while surveying the food.
Yap, Yap and Yap posing for the photo: Michael Fu still trying to win an argument in the background. He had one too many orange juice to drink !
Rita Chan and Michael Fu having a yarn. Michael, Danny and Bernard waiting for the signal to dive into the food.
Our professor Dr. Robert Chan complimenting Siong and Amster about the excellent gathering while Lee Lee and Jamie are planning for the next one!
Back to the main subject: Food More food had arrived. Tai she tow’s wat tan hor, fried noodles and Kampong Bharu’s nasi birayni. Still missing are the hokkien noodles and rojak.
Bernard arguing with Veron. Queue from this way. Veron wants it the otherway. ….but I have waited at this end since 5.00 pm!
The photo of the world’s first home made DURIAN ICE CREAM ?
Sorry this is under patent application. No can show lah!
Everything no MSG. Just kah yim and kah choh!
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