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2012 New Year Celebration

Monica Tuesday, January 3, 2012 , ,


New Year's Eve is observed annually on December 31, the final day of any given year in the Gregorian calendar. People generally equip themselves with champagne for the midnight toast and gather with friends to eat, drink, watch fireworks display and celebrate at parties, in pubs, clubs, in the streets or city squares.

Steamboat
Being an exceptional year, instead of going out, we held a small gathering at home and enjoy the night with a few good friends.
Wantan
The wantan was made with minced chicken, prawn, cabbage and fish paste as filling.
Fish Ball stuffed with Otak-otak (frozen product)
 
Fresh Squids (bought from seafood supplier)
Fresh Prawns (bought from seafood supplier)
Assorted Balls
The assorted balls consisted of beef ball, prawn ball, fish ball, squid ball and fish ball with crab.
 
 

Fish Puff
Fish Puff is made from fish paste and beancurd. It is a delicious ingredient for steamboat.
 
Cabbages
Organic Lettuces
 
 
Steamboat with Tom Yam Soup Base
 
Ready to eat...
 
Game time!!
 
Watching Firework display at home
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2 comments:

Agnes said...

Happy 2012 New Year to you! :D

I love the fish puffs thingy

Monica said...

yup..it is delicious!!

Happy New Year to you too!!

 
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