Sunday, February 20, 2011

HomeBlessing Party with Luscious Treats

I just had the most delicious western my own home!!!

We organized an 'official' homeblessing/housewarming with our immediate family, CG, Senior Pastor, Zone Pastor, Ministry Pastor and our ministry 'colleagues'. It was a wonderful time of worship, prayer and testimony to God's goodness, faithfulness and providence.

And how you may ask did I find this wonderful caterer who single-handedly cooked all the mouth-watering fare. Well I first found her cousin who makes cupcakes and the likes when I googled for cakes for my dad's birthday. But her cousin was unable to bake on the date I wanted and so referred me to Azlin, telling me that her lasagne was "to die for". However Azlin was also unable to cook on 1st Jan and so referred me to another cousin who did the little cupcakes for my dad's 65th birthday. Culinary skills sure runs in the family!
From Luscious Treats we had Chicken Lasagne, Beef Shepherd's Pie, Lamb meatballs with Minty Yoghurt Dip...

...Tomato Salsa Bruschetta...

...sweet and spicy chicken wings...

...baked custard tartlets...

...brownie cheesecake... tuna puffs... chicken sausage rolls...

...and this was a last minute bonus which was not in the original menu.... marshmallow treats! Everyone ate and overate to their hearts content and we still had plenty of leftovers. Most were surprised to know that a malay lady cooked such wonderful western delights. KongKong said the chicken lasagne is wayyyyy better than any restaurant's. Joe said he liked "the potato on the shepherd's pie". This is coming from a kid who eats chicken rice without chicken and wan tan mee without wan tan.

Me....I'm looking forward to walloping the leftovers tomorrow because I was too busy to properly savour the food tonight. Oh and the cost...RM15 per head - delicious value for money!


  1. so much food at such an affordable price - unbelievable!

  2. whoa, only RM15 per head! very affordable. and the food definitely looks super yummylicious! she got cousin who can cook equally as good as her and does catering in penang? hehe..

  3. I certainly think it's value for money. And a refreshing change from the usual catered food e.g. fried rice, curry chicken, mixed know la.

    wl - they are all in the klang valley.