Thursday, October 29, 2009

Economy Rice

When hubby and I took economy rice for our lunch, there is 1 simple rule which we will automatically apply. That is, I shall not pick the dishes he picked and vice versa ! With this, we will have more dishes to eat.

Below are just an example of economy rice which we normally eat. (Photos not taken by me)

If this is hubby's rice (1 meat, 1 vege, 1 egg) .................. and............

If this is mine, (1 meat, 1 vege, 1 bean) .............. and...................COMBINED ......

taa daa.......we will ended up with 6 dishes on each plate ! and the price is always below RM8 for 2 (at our area here la).


Note: Photos courtesy of cheeserland

12 comments:

  1. That is cheap! Got meat some more. With meat, I think around my place will be like RM12 for two person

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  2. Hi Lady, first time I read of 'economy rice', ha ha.
    Wa, like this kind can sace money buy BMW next day, ha ha.
    But sure looks good too.
    You keep well and have a nice day, Lee.

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  3. Same with us too! And this applies all other food we order. We like to share everything haha - eat halfway and switch bowls!

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  4. We apply this rule sometimes too so that we have more dishes to eat!

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  5. smallkucing ~ Wah!!! RM12 for 2 at your area??? Really very expensive. Sometimes, we only pay RM7 depending on what dishes we choose.

    Uncle Lee ~ Thks for visiting. Aaa...BMW is my DREAM CAR!!! Hopefully I can be the owner one of the day! hehe

    Chloe ~ Yes, yes, we did that too! Switch our bowl!! hahaha....we never order the same food when we are eating out, so we can have more varieties.

    Dora ~ We normally choose to eat economy rice for our lunch so it is more worth the money and can tahan lama. hahah...If eat noodle, we will get hungry very fast, especially hubby.

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  6. Ha ha ha, I guess most of couples do that. LOL!

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  7. Pete ~ Not really le. I've known some couples not willing to share. Maybe scare the portion not justify when sharing. hehehe.

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  8. Hi mNhL, thanks for visiting my blog. I will add your blog into my blogroll, hope you dont mind.

    You have gave me a very good tips here. I never think of this economic way of eating "economic rice". Thanks!

    By the way, about the pan mee dough...I do think practice makes perfect. So if we both "add oil"/"jia you" in the next time we doing it, I am sure the outcome will be great! Kambateh!

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  9. Sarah's daddy & mommy ~ Haha...next time you can apply this rules for the economy rice. Btw, I don't know when I can try on the pan mee again because MIL is the 'master' in the kitchen.

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  10. smallkucing ~ Wah!!! RM12 for 2 at your area??? Really very expensive. Sometimes, we only pay RM7 depending on what dishes we choose.

    Uncle Lee ~ Thks for visiting. Aaa...BMW is my DREAM CAR!!! Hopefully I can be the owner one of the day! hehe

    Chloe ~ Yes, yes, we did that too! Switch our bowl!! hahaha....we never order the same food when we are eating out, so we can have more varieties.

    Dora ~ We normally choose to eat economy rice for our lunch so it is more worth the money and can tahan lama. hahah...If eat noodle, we will get hungry very fast, especially hubby.

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  11. Hi mNhL, thanks for visiting my blog. I will add your blog into my blogroll, hope you dont mind.

    You have gave me a very good tips here. I never think of this economic way of eating "economic rice". Thanks!

    By the way, about the pan mee dough...I do think practice makes perfect. So if we both "add oil"/"jia you" in the next time we doing it, I am sure the outcome will be great! Kambateh!

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  12. Ha ha ha, I guess most of couples do that. LOL!

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