Thursday, June 11, 2009

Roast Pork and Desserts @ Crab Party

Other than the crabs we ate, we also had fried rice and home made roast pork.

Roast Pork

Roast pork seems to be one of our favourite meats around ;-)

Roast Pork

For desserts, we had cherries and (i think) mango mousse. (for the birthday man)

Cherries and Mousse

And also Apple Struddle. (This is bought and not made.)

Apple Strudel

Apple Strudel

Quite delicious...

Apple Strudel

(Forgot where the Apple Strudel is from. I seem to have forgotten lots of details nowadays).
Maybe I need to eat more gingko. LOL...

The apple strudel was bought from The Strudel House near Cold Storage at The Rail Mall.

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Anonymous said...

I love your blog. Beautiful pictures and I find myself drooling!
Can you please post the recipe for the home made roast pork? I am currently residing in the US and I really miss food from home.

Thank you!

Keropok Man said...

Hi Missie,

Save me typing, I am referring you to two friend's recipe, and they have salivating photos to prove it too. :-)




Nic (KHKL) said...

woah, i heart attack, not cos of high HDL but excited about the siew bak. chilli crab followed by pork belly! ideal birthday dishes..hehe

vixar said...

omg, the apple struddle looks so cruchy and tasty! where can i get that?

Keropok Man said...

Nic oh Nic..
We know what to eat for your birthday! :-)

Just found out where it was from:
The Strudel House at the Rail Mall, near Cold Storage.

Anonymous said...

don't forget to drink lemon after a greasy or "meaty" meal.

Life for Beginners said...

Babitarians Anonymous strike again! :D

Nothing quite like sinking one's carnivorous fangs into juicy, home-made, crackling good roast pork, is there?

O siew yoke, how do I love thee, let me count the ways... :P

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the recipes Keropok Man. I will certainly try them!

Missie :)

Rei said...

You have the best photo of a Ritz Apple Strudel in Google Search!!!

Keropok Man said...

Thanks Rei!

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