Daisy, being a working mom, loves to cook and eat and shop and work and cook and eat and shop and work...and on and on and on...LOL! She's a busy mom! Back in December, for Christmas, we got a takoyaki maker for Daisy (as per her request), since she has not break into her new toy yet, we were invited over for dinner mainly for one reason...to have Buddha Boy show her how to use it...but of course, we made Buddha Boy the takoyaki chef for the night. Daisy also invited my dad, MukMuk-D and Elaine (from O My Sweet Tooth)...so totally, we had six adults, two kids, and one dog (yups...Buddha Dog was there)...LOL!!! Sorry about some of the pictures being too "yellow"...I didn't know what buttons I pressed on my new camera...Buddha Girl not smart with electronics...hahahahahaha!
I brought over some ingredients for Vietnamese Salad Rolls (越式沙拉捲). 3Q3Q3Q Elaine for your help in wrapping these rolls!
Elaine's generous rolls...bigger than mine (I was too cheap to put in more ingredients...hahahahaha)...she's quite good for a first-timer! Good job Elaine!
Daisy made some Pan-Fried Dumplings (鍋貼)...these were homemade by Daisy's mom! Very yummy and very meaty!!!
Daisy also cooked up some Shepard's Purse Wontons (薺菜餛飩)...my ATF type of Shanghai wontons!!! Again, these were made by Daisy's mom...and she put loads of Shepard's Purse in it...mmm...I wanted to take the leftovers home but Daisy gave all to my dad...grrr...hahahaha!
Takoyaki? Nope. These were Buddha Boy's Ika-Ebi-Yaki (魷魚蝦仁燒). Buddha Boy made two batches...though both batches were good, but the second batch was a lot more crispier than the first.
Daisy also ordered some take-out. This was the Hainanese Chicken (海南雞) from Coco Hut across from her work. I have previously blogged about this restaurant (see post) and I stand by my words.
Daisy also ordered a dozen of Satay (沙嗲) from Coco Hut, only the pork and chicken ones since both Daisy and I do not eat beef.