Day 8 (Malaysia): Christmas Eve Dinner and How to Make Roti Canai

Vegetarian Lo Mai Gai, takeaway from last night.

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What was that? You want to know what I look like internet?

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Lunchtime.

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Char Sieu Hor.

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Our household loves iPads.

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My aunty’s birthday present, courtesy of her sisters.

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Christmas Eve dinner at Sentul. Two turkeys.

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Merry Xmas.

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Doing the deed.

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Damn this is corny.

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Gnocchi gnomes.

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L’opera gateau.

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Swiss Chocolate Log Cake.

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Boys love fighting.

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Boys will be boys.

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Will be boys.

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Will be boys.

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Will be boys.

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Who also love eating other people’s food.

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Supper. Everything’s open until late here.

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I insanely love curry.

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Making Roti Canai Telur.

Press down a ball of dough.

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Throw it. Stretch it.

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Pull it flat.

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Pour egg on it.

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Fold  the edges over into a square.

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Flip that bread.

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Making Roti Tissue.

Spread flat on hot hot plate.

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Liberal amounts of butter/margarine.

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Hit it with sugar.

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Trim the soft edges.

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Make it into a cone.

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Merry Christmas to me.

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and to you.

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