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  8. tra
    tra at | | Reply

    OMG TEA EGGS! i love that shit! :O

    yeah my sister and i are TWINS so we share the same birthday! :D

    you can’t be BAD at puzzles silly! i take FOREVER on puzzles :D

  9. ccfzyf
    ccfzyf at | | Reply

    Tea eggs are the BEST! Simple, nutritious, convenient, and delicious! My mom always uses old/leftover tea leaves to make them, to get some uses out of the bottom of the tea jar. Also, adding just a couple sichuan peppercorns can really add a kick to the flavors!

    1. Jos
      Jos at | | Reply

      Interesting! I should try that next time I make it.

      And thanks for stopping by :) Happy new Year!

  10. leashieloo
    leashieloo at | | Reply

    It all looks so good! I’m way intrigued by the tea-infused eggs, I’ve never seen anything like it!

  11. Kath (Eating for Living)
    Kath (Eating for Living) at | | Reply

    I want to try the tea-infused eggs! :D And your chicken fingers look so good!

    I also just went to watch HP 7, but it was still crowded … I agree with you on the semi-nude scene. I’m not a big fan of things like that. Otherwise, I really liked the movie. :)

    I hope you enjoyed Christmas! :)

  12. Ameena
    Ameena at | | Reply

    What a unique gift! And I’m very intrigued as to what the deep friend Indian things could have been…everything in India is deep fried. Well, everything that tastes good is!

    So glad you had a wonderful Christmas! And enjoy the nice day today because the rain is back!

  13. Jen
    Jen at | | Reply

    The tea infused eggs look fantastic. I’m going to have give those a try. How did you like Zuzanna’s coconut crusted chicken fingers? I made those a few weeks ago and LOVED them. The coconut was a nice touch.

    1. Jos
      Jos at | | Reply

      I LOVED Zuzana’s coconut crusted chicken fingers! It’s a brilliant recipe!

  14. Nicole
    Nicole at | | Reply

    This post made me feel so hungry! :)

    1. Jos
      Jos at | | Reply

      Thanks for coming by. Have a wonderful holiday and happy new year :)

  15. lequan
    lequan at | | Reply

    Thanks for sharing your lovely recipes, Jos. I think I’ve had those tea eggs before, but never knew how they were made – so simple :-D. Hubby and I used to stop getting each other bday and Xmas gifts too, but since the kiddies, we’re back to gift giving. It makes it so much more fun for the children. Hope you had a merry Christmas. Wishing you a happy holidays and happy new year!

    1. Jos
      Jos at | | Reply

      Ah I wanna see your gift exchange between you and your family :D

      That tea eggs are super simple…thanks to Jen from tinyurbankitchen.com. I found her blog thru foodbuzz featured winner..that girl is something.

      Anyway wishing you and your family a happy new year as well!

  16. Sagojyou
    Sagojyou at | | Reply

    Wow, the tea egg is…interesting. Chinese thing?
    Yum yum lots of eats! What was your favorite? And you don’t like mayo? What do you use for a recipe that calls for it?
    Merry belated Christmas!

    1. Jos
      Jos at | | Reply

      Yup, it’s Chinese thing :) My favorite is the eggplant stir fry – I love mixed veggies stir fry.

      I usually don’t make any recipes that call for mayo..maybe I should give vegan style mayo a try (homemade though, not vegenaise- too much chemical stuff imho)

  17. dianacheung
    dianacheung at | | Reply

    those eggs remind me of my mom’s cooking!! I’ve been near an in and out multiple times but still haven’t tried it!!! good? Merry Christmas to you!

    1. Jos
      Jos at | | Reply

      In N Out is ok..just like typical burger..the only good thing is they’re freshly made, not frozen. The fries are also made from real potatoes, unlike McD.

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