Top to bottom: Onigiri rice, stir fried organic slim lily bud with hae bee (dry prawn), emperor pear & longan, deep fried chicken wings and unagi cawanmushi.
Our fridge is stuffed with so many veges we bought from Cameron! Time to clear all of them before the once “fresh-vegetables” turned into “no-longer-fresh-vegetables”.
For the soup, we boiled together some anchovies, beetroot and carrot for an hour.
This is how my Son eat his meal. He discard the carrot and beetroot. Add in that two pieces of onigiri rice to the soup and finished up the whole thing! This way, I save my energy forcing them to drink soup.
After a few trip up to Cameron, we started to fall in love with the place especially the weather although at some days it can be hot and some days the wind can be very strong making the weather so pleasant, so suitable for outdoor camping or even rent a rv towing. This time, we plan to let the children explore with nature. I have been planning this event since 5 years ago but the timing is always not right whenever we are in Cameron Highlands. So I die-die also must go pick my own vegetables. While driving around looking for the vegetable farm, ‘ssssssssssome’ people losses their patient and we get comment like this:
“Aiyah, just buy some carrot and stick them in the ground then ask your kids to pull lor.”
“Veges from the market don’t want to buy. Come and pluck veges and do all the farmer’s work. He must be laughing his way to the bank!”
Thanks to BIL & Daddy. That is such an encouragement. Not!
Lots of pictures of Kharsyn & Carlgene as he enjoy getting himself dirty. Kharlette is ‘allergic’ (*rolling eye) to mud and has been staying at the cemented floor most of the time.
The first one we attack is the carrot patch!
This is the only proper picture of Kharlette at the vegetable farm
My Nephew, Jonathan looks like a dwarf holding a bunch of mini carrots. Cute!
Unearth the potatoes
One can tell that the cabbage is really heavy by looking at Kharsyn’s facial expression!
Cherry tomatoes. They are so sweet!
Fresh carrot, anyone?
I’m loving this place. Will be back again next time and many times more!
Have you guys watch Transformers – Revenge of The Fallen? If you do, you will notice Sam Witwicky address Bumble Bee as ‘Bee’. Not sure about you but I think that name is a bit sissy to be used for a robot. And to make him look more sissy, why on earth does he (Bee) have to weep a bucket (a scene in Sam’s garage). And that scene of Sam parent’s garden is so beautifully ruin. Awesome! I wonder how much does the home insurance quote gonna pay for a new house.
By the way, here is some ‘Bees’ photographs that I took in Bees Farm in Cameron Highlands. The purple flower is lavendar and they have heaps in the farm!
We went up to Cameron Highlands over the weekend. As usual, most car will stop at the waterfall to take a break from motion sickness. While taking pictures of these wild mushrooms, a local man came over and told me they actually consume them. Errr… no thanks!
Before we continue our journey up the winding road, Daddy can’t resist buying some golden yellow looking bananas.
My suaku kids is so used to seeing barcode scanner in Hypermarkets. They was pretending weighing banana on the weighing machine used in pasar malam.
More post on Cameron Highlands after this