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Happy New Year

This picture of mother-and-baby love was shot by Jason Tong Photography (check out his website for some awesome nature and portrait photography!) when Baby G was only 5 weeks old. Time flies, it’s a new year and he is 15 weeks today. His cute little face has changed so much compared to this picture here, but my love for him has grown more and more each day.

I hope you have had a great holiday season and ready to rock on in 2011. I know I will.

Happy New Year to you all!

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  1. saychinso

    Happy new Year to you and your family. what a beautiful photos .
    was looking into your articles about penang curry mee. you are so funny . i have not heard the word”jelak” for a long time. you are so right. the pig’s blood and the bloody clam are what made a good satisfying bowl of curry mee with all its trimmings. i will save the information about the penang culinary tour and the august “hungry ghost festival” season. thank you for your interesting blog. keep well and safe. happy mothering.

  2. Aww that’s a lovely photo, one you will cherish for years to come I’m sure. Here’s to a great 2011 for you, can’t wait for your book!! :)

  3. Simon

    What a cute little guy you have there. Lets hope he will become as talented as his mother in the culinary world:). Thanks to asian cuisine my 3 year nephew likes eating “little trees” (broccoli/broccolini).

    Your son looks absolutely gorgeous. When they say norwegians are born with skis on their feet, then what about chinese? Born with chopsticks in their hands? or maybe born to wok ‘n roll. Keep inspiring us with your recipes, photos and occasionally updates about baby G.

    You have truly inspired me to open my own blog in 2011. LAst attempt was kinda lazy, but new year new opportunities.

    Ps! I have a few requests for you Bee. Please post some more dim sum recipes, I really want to learn more about dim sum creation. And here comes to second one, I would be curious to see your version of japanese Tonkatsu.

    Even if im somwhat late, happy new year and wish you prosperity every year.

      • Simon

        Well, when someone is humble, dedicated and passionate about what they do they deserve to hear it. Its the readers/followers that keeps us even more motivated and going. so if it’s not too personal, what type of chinese are you and your family, and what dialect you normally speak?

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