Saturday, May 10, 2014

A good fellowship with elders and dinner at Boiled Chicken Restaurant

Before the Sunday worship began on 5.1.2014, we were having lunch with brother Fu Xiang and sister Guo Yin. They are God's faithful servants who serving the Lord with all their hearts. Girls, it was pleased to have a meal with our elderly family members in Christ. We always have lunch together when we visit Kuala kangsar Gospel Hall.
As the weather had been extremely hot and humid these few days, having porridge for lunch was ideal. Dad and mom love to have these preserved eggs with pickled ginger.
Bi Hun Soup tasted good and definitely worth the try. It  was definitely a good choice to beat the hot sunny weather.
Original soup base Pan Mee. Pan mee has been our family's all time favourite. 
Pan mee (板麺), literally translates to "flat flour noodles" and can either be served with soup or dry. Dad and mom favorite version is the chilli pan mee.
Enjoying a bowl of chilled tong sui on a hot and humid day. Dad and mom used to make a simple syrup and bloomed the (biji selasih ) seeds into the sweetened water.The seeds of biji selasih expand when soaked in water.
Dad preached at Kuala Kangsar. Gospel Hall. Girls, the entire Bible truthfully is “the word of God.” The teachings of the Bible guide us in our growth. They describe God's will for us in our daily living.
Lydia and Priscilla, fellowship is an important part of our faith. Coming together to support one another is an experience that allows us to learn and show the world exactly what God is. We took a group photo with brothers and sisters in Christ.
After the worship, we went to Kolam Ayer Panas Trong in Changkat Jering. This hot spring has been featured in newspaper and magazines. Kolam Ayer Panas Trong operates from 9a.m in the morning until 12 midnight daily.
We soaked our legs in the water from the hot spring. It depends on how much you want to donate. Each visitors will be given a large pail of water to soak their feet which can last around 30 minutes. 
Mom always soaks my feet in warm water mixed with 2 tablespoons of olive oil for about 15-20 minutes at night. Virgin olive oil is one of the most natural ways to get healthy heels. Girls, according to Traditional Chinese medicine, soaking feet in hot water can increase blood flow upwards and relieve stress.
After that, we went to Bukit Mertajam to fetch po po. We decided to have dinner with po po at Boiled Chicken Restaurant 诚 蚝油滑鸡(首馆).
Boiled Chicken Restaurant located at Jalan Gemilang 1, Pusat Perniagaan Gemilang Bukit Mertajam Penang. Their business hours is from 10.30am - 9.30pm.
Chinese salted steamed chicken. The chicken is moist and tender. The`sauce also goes well with it. If you love chicken, this is the perfect choice. It costs RM11.
Blanched beansprout. It costs Rm4. Dear girls, dishing out blanched beansprout is not an easy job. We need to get the correct texture with the right crunch. Dad and mom really hope both of you can improve your kitchen skills and cooking techniques.
Soy eggs which costs RM2.40. A soy egg is a type of Chinese egg cooked in soy sauce , sugar, water as well as other optional herbs and spices.
Fried Bean Curd RM2.40. There are many kinds to buy and multiple ways to prepare bean curd.
Fried Plum Sauce Pork . It costs RM5.00. Fried Salted Sliced Pork is great when eaten with a bowl of steamed rice. That little bit of sweetness from the rice makes it so satisfying.
 Loh bak or Chinese five-spice pork rolls (卤肉). It costs RM3.60.
Deep fried Crispy Mantis Shrimp is our favourite seafood.In Bahasa, mantis shrimp is called udang ronggeng. It costs RM5.
A small plate of sambal prawn. It costs RM5. Unfortunately the prawns were lacking in freshness.
Vegetables Lettuce Garlic Oil. It costs RM4. This Chinese lettuce is known as Sang Choy in Cantonese and “sheng cai-生菜” in mandarin.
Pork ball soup. It costs RM2 perbowl.
Our table was full with wonderful dishes that we ordered. Dad and mom thought that we ordered a little too much.
We felt great to have dinner with po po. Besides that, the prices were very reasonable and the portions were generous. Dear girls, cherish every moment we experience with elders because of the wealth of knowledge they receive. The elderly have made their mark on life. They have a wealth of wisdom to share, experience to relate, expressions and advice on life to share.

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