KuKuNehNeh expected some friends over last Saturday and so she decided to whip up a feast for us like she did the last time for me. This bunch of six girls (including KuKuNehNeh) are called “The Nuttz”. The Nuttz consists of the following members in no particular order.
1. Jacqueline the “Zebra”
2. Yanling the “Monkey”
3. Audrey the “Rat”
4. Deborah the “Ladybird”
5. Ruifang the “Tiger”
6: Huiwen the “Panda”
The pictures are actually from our party last Christmas but I stumbled over it and found it so funny that I have to use it in this post.
WAHAHAHAHAHAHAA!!! (They are all so going to kill me)
We had 9 people for the party including the six nuttz, and three boyfriends. We had to draw lots to see who would represent an unfortunate animal.
I was one of the 1st to be ‘painted’ and KuKuNehNeh volunteered to do it. She totally messed up and our resident artist, Audrey, had to do some touch-up but the damage was already done.
Guess what animal I was supposed to be?
I was supposed to be a….
I REALLY DIGRESS TOO MUCH! Anyway, back to last Saturday; We went out for an early breakfast in the morning before shopping for the ingredients and she had a shopping list.
If you see the above, it lists the ingredients for the Soup as,
1. Bah Kut
4. Red dates
Before I explain further, these are the dishes she came up with.
And of course the focus is on the soup which apparently has ‘DOGS’ in it!
Eh… No dog leh!
Chey!… actually ‘dog’ refers to this lar.
They are actually Chinese Wolfberry which are called “Gao Ki” in hokkien which translates as “Dog’s Teeth”. KuKuNehNeh doesn’t know the former and she only remembers it as “Dog Something”.