Near my mother's hometown of Muar in Malaysia, there is a shop specialising in home-made longevity noodles. Whenever the opportunity arises, my family will make a detour to the shop to buy the noodles. The shop sells two types of noodles - thin and thick. The thin type of longevity noodles are slightly thicker than the regular thin longevity noodles sold in Singapore.
When Da and I went to my mother's home after work today, the lady chef was busy in the kitchen, ladling soup into bowls of longevity noodles that she had cooked.
Ah... hot soup to warm one's soul. Yummy!
Da bought some Japanese snacks from a Sun Moon fruits stall near his office. Boy-Boy's ears perked up when he smelt the snacks.
On our way to my mother's home, Da and I had stopped by a Donut Empire outlet and bought a box of six assorted doughnuts to be shared. My mother, Da, ZT and I each ate one doughnut. LG said that he was too full to eat a doughnut. That left two doughnuts. Oops! Keep the box away from Boy-Boy!