Friday, 14 April 2017

Darling, Ho Chiak Boh?


This was what I cooked on an energetic Saturday. Nine days worth of food for my Mr Boh Ho Chiak heh..heh...


One packet of meat/minced meat with all the fixings make three servings. I could have cooked another serving to make it 12 days worth of food. But no lah. I was tired.


This is meat with celery and shitake mushrooms.


His favorite (I think), meat, onions, carrot and potatoes.


Meatloaf with nom nom bacon on top.

All these were cooled and then stored in the freezer for the coming week. There was one serving of a dish already in the freezer, so all that makes lunch for 2 weeks (Mondays to Fridays)

44 comments:

  1. Wah PH masak semua tu...ingatkan JJCM dgn family...cantik teratur semua tu..portion pun sama jer suma

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    1. Lina, ini cara termudah untuk my laling bawak bekal ke ofis.

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  2. your partner is keng! because many men cannot even eat the same dish twice in a week. you also keng! can cook so much for him.

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    1. hah..hah...this was a necessary thing for me to do. Luckily he is not a fussy eater.

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  3. Very neatly packed. Must be "ho chiak"!

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  4. I can only admire the sense of organization you have!

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  5. Wow! 10 days worth of food and all very organized in glass containers and looking delicious. Does that mean that it is also 10 days of no cooking....BLISS:) You're a hard working auntie - that's a character to be admired:)

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    1. Well, that depends on my mood heh..heh..

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  6. Your partner is a very lucky man

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  7. HOLA!! This is so interesting and yummy. Can you please increase your containers? I want to place orders now.

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    1. Aiyo...you sure you can eat this type of food? LOL!

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  8. Hi Phong Hong, Thumbs Up for you.

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  9. Wah! So industrious!

    All set for the week!

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    1. Aiyo got to deliver to Singapore :D

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  11. Oh my! That is advance cooking for the following. You sure can cook up a storm, PH. And they look good too. Your partner sure been pampered by you.

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    1. It's the best way to ensure he can take lunch to work as I don't have time to prepare on weekdays.

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  12. Untung betul jadi 'his' dapat partner pandai dan rajin masak. Kata org nak pancing 'his' kena pandai tawan perutnya. See....see...apa LL sudah buat?

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    1. hee..hee...Hainom, ni! LL just nak make sure kerja kat dapur pada hari kerja senang. Memang senang, just heat up, kemudian pack dalam bekas.

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  13. You are so organised!! I always mean to make lunch ahead of time, but I always get too lazy on the weekends.

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    1. Thanks! I does take up a lot of time and effort.

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  14. You're going somewhere? But very organized and neat prepare all of this. My MR Bo Ho Ciak, will get bored everyday same dishes.. hehehe

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    1. LOL! Luckily my partner is OK with repeat dishes.

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  15. Wahhh..sure Ho Chiak!! I am eyeing the potatoes and meat!

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    1. That one is my favorite among the lot :)

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  16. I've learned to do this too...from you and actually found cooking in batches and freezing them very convenient though I wouldn't go as far as 2 weeks worth of food lah. I can't stomach eating the same thing for two weeks. I usually make about 3 portions and that is eaten over 2 weeks! ;) Mr Boh Ho Chiak should be thankful for such ho chiak food specially prepared for him :)

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    1. Oh, that's nice to know :) I am OK with eating the same thing for one or two weeks. I am fortunate that my Mr BHC is not fussy as long as I cook something familiar :)

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  17. Oh, you also did a bekal, haha..but me just do the breakfast for mylaling, lunch dia pegi kantin.

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    1. I supply bekal for breakfast and lunch. Dinner, very sorry. hah...hah..hah..

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  18. Aiyoo... what is ho chiak boh? Should I refer this word to my eldest son? Nanti famous pulak blog you dia baca. Hahaha!

    Wah, your laling is the luckiest guy in the universelah. Siap prepare bekal for two weeks. Jimat! I myself, malas nak prepare breakfast lite-lite for my laling you know. But it's okaylah! He understands me and that's why he chose me to be his wife. Kahkahkah....

    I smell of potatoeslah, PH ^_^

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    1. "Ho chiak boh" in Hokkien means "sedap tak?". Hopefully, sedap lah hee..hee..

      Kalau tak prepare nanti, macam kita ni tak caring pulak. So since I dah prepare, I continue to do so lah..

      Potatoes? I pun minat potatoes. Don't worry :D

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  19. 1 container for 1 day portion of dish? That quite big portion I think~

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    1. The portion is actually just nice for one person :)

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