Friday, 8 February 2019

Lap Food : My Santai Santai Weekends


It is not food from the Laplands and it has nothing to do with  lap dance, God forbid. It's food you can eat on your lap.

There is nothing more relaxing than lounging around in the house in your tee shirt and sarong (with or without a beauty face mask or bedak sejuk).

And what better than to plonk yourself on the sofa in front of the TV with something on your lap to eat.

There you go, santai-santai, PH style.


Agar-agar, so refreshing, so easy to eat.


Whoohoo! Ngaku chips, even better!


Cookies, another hot favorite.


Yup, agar-agar again. With the air cond on full blast. It was a hot evening.



Jeruk mangga. The best!


Spaghetti and meatballs pun boleh! Tengok tu. Tak senonoh, dengan periuk-periuk sekali dibawaknya.


Ngaku chips again. This time with portion control, not the whole bottle.


My freshly baked Chinese New Year cookies. Lepak, beb!

Do you do this too?

32 comments:

  1. Wowwwww!!!! You sure have a lot of lovely sarongs!!! You nyonya kah?

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    1. Oh, that's what you focused on? LOL! Yes, I am nonya.

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  2. When I read your post title, "Lap Food", I thought you are referring to "Lap Mei Fan" (Waxed Meat Rice). Wah, I see your photos, I also feel very super relax. That red agar agar looks most captivating to me, I wanna eat that! What flavour is it? Yes, I do this too, yesterday I think I binge on more than 15 pieces of hup seng cream crackers while watching netflix on the TV. Just could not stop myself, keep taking the biscuits and shoving them into my mouth.

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    1. Wah, 15 pieces of cream crackers is a lot and I think I can eat as much. LOL! That agar2 is dragofruit flavor. I am still bingeing on cookies. Must stop next week!

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  3. You sure know how to relax with your lap food! Lol! I used to do this but now I have to control my snacking! I am drooling over your agar-agar and jelly!

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    1. LOL! I usually do that on Sunday evenings. Once a week only hee..hee...

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  4. You are funny lah PH :D
    I thought Lap Food is a new makan place lol!

    Cantiklah your sarong PH. It reminds me of my pantang days haha

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    1. hee..hee... I love wearing sarongs at home. So cooling. LOL!

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  5. Wahhhhhh
    Sitting like that and snacking away memang syiok!

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  6. I also thought you talking about the lap mei fan from your post title.

    I did this too last night by eating and snacking on the seaweed i bought from my friend's temple.

    I am eyeing on your meatballs spaghetti, must be nice.

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    1. hah..hah... I have been snacking a lot during CNY week. Must stop soon!

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  7. I santai-santai too...but I don't put the food on my lap or sit on the floor...kekeke! :P It's always beside me on the couch. Knowing your Terengganu roots, it isn't a surprise that you're a sarong lady. As much as I was attracted to see what snacks you were eating, I couldn't help but notice the watch on your hands. Who wears watch at home lah...wuahahahaha! (These days, I don't even wear a watch when I go out, it's so uncomfortable. I rely on my handphone). Don't you have a wall clock? Kekeke! ;)

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    1. LOL! I wear watch even when I sleep. Got, I have a wall clock but I still must have my watch hah..hah...

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    2. Hmmm, you must need to know the time when you're dreaming...lol! :D Wearing a watch at home, I believe will be quite inconvenient when you need to do cooking and washing. I used to wear a gold bracelet but soon realise that the heat from cooking makes the bracelet hot and it scorched my skin I believe the same thing happens with a metal watch too.

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    3. LOL! That's what I told my partner - even in my dream I must know the time! Oh, gold bracelet/rings I don't wear in the kitchen, in case grease gets stuck on it. I did not know that the bracelet can get hot and scorch you! But so far, no such problems with my watch.

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  8. Now that you've explained it, "lap" food is the best type of food ever ;-)

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    1. Indeed! Somehow the food taste better like that hah..hah..

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  9. that's definitely a lovely sarong that my grandmother would firmly approve of - she has worn sarongs all her life - in fact, she's almost certainly wearing a sarong right now! :D p.s. my ngaku supply has run out for this season, and it's not even the seventh day of cny yet :D

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    1. Ngaku never lasts very long. If it does, something is very wrong hah...hah...

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  10. It looks like a full relax at home:)

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  11. I am so agree with you on the relaxing part. All loose in the comfort of my house. Hahaha. This year CNY holiday is the best. Really eat and sleep. Lol

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  12. Phong Hong, I just simply love CNY cookies. I finished two bottles even before CNY, and I bought a few bottles again yesterday (yesterday is day 6th of CNY) in the market.

    I let myself indulge in CNY junks, but I went to gym almost every day in CNY too.

    Just to make input = output, so that I won't feel so bad.

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    1. Yannie, once a year, just let go! hah..hah... I love cookies too and have been eating every night. Since you still go to gym during CNY, no problem lah.

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  13. Like Kris, I also notice your watch, LOL
    Actually I also calculate how many sarong you have :P

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  14. Amboi!! This Nyonya wears rolex and sarong at home while eating non stop. What a bliss!
    Finally you showed your feet after hiding them in first few photos! Your feet are so thin and white like being smeared with Bibik's bedak sejuk! Muahahahahaha

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    1. LOL! That's me at my most relaxed and happy :)

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