For Chinese New Year this year, the company I work at decided to have its celebratory lunch at Beng Thin Hoon Kee. Our bosses chose a set menu beforehand, so I do not know the names of the dishes that we had, but can only describe them.
This is a one-pot meal that mom has been cooking and that I really enjoy. You can create it using a slow-cooker as well. The pork meatballs make the soup hearty and add some meaty depth to the flavour, while the wombok sweetens the soup. You can add chopped garlic to the soup base as well, but a topping of crispy garlic rounds it off, excellently, providing intense garlicky flavour to mouthfuls of vegetables and meat. Brilliant on cold, rainy days. Fast and efficient for working people.
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Every day, I have to do some exercise, whether running, rowing, swimming, cycling, gymnastics, weightlifting, or even just walking. And if I can't get any exercise, I turn into a fidgety and grumpy monkey. When my friends find out that I exercise everyday, a look of shock-amazement appears on some of their faces. Many complain of DOMS from just one session; they say they have to rest a few days before they can go at it again.