They have instant noodles here too.. called the Mr Noodles.. but i never can stomach them.. because they are not the same as our chinese instant noodles.  The texture .. and the flavor is just not right.. so i never bother to eat them.  I can either get these from the city.. which is about 4hrs drive away or get someone to send it me .. from home.

My lil’ brat loves her chinese noodles.. that is what we called it, to differentiate from the Mr Noodles that we can get here.  I put mushrooms, tofu, shredded chicken for her.. and baby corn if she wants with them.  She loves it.. and she would tell me..  “yer the best cook in the world . .mom!” very cute.


  1. flora

    i haven’t try mr. noodles yet but all da noodles my parents made for me to eat is really good n yummy.da noodle u made for chloe lookz good

  2. sxjo

    the white version of instant noodles are totally different to chinese ones or korean ones. i feel like i get heartburn after i eat them? and chloe has good taste. chinese mushrooms are the best when big and juicy. all mushrooms are good actually. i have a suggestion, since i’ve never tried myself yet, i heard shitake mushrooms taste the same as beef, used for burgers and such. maybe you can experience it for us (:

  3. rick

    yea,those mr noudles are not good,they taste weird
    i like the ramen with the little kid on it

    i usually put some hand eggs and veggie s in it

    eating ramen too often is very bad for healththough

  4. JW

    Your kid is really cute. The mushrooms look really good. I know what you mean about no other instant noodles can compare to the Chinese kind. 😛

  5. kokoro

    Mama Bok, you and your ‘ang moh’ hubby have got one very cute kid! She’s absolutely adorable!

  6. Syllie

    wow your daughter is very cute.
    Living in New York, i get to eat all the instant noodles i want.
    but u are a sweet mom and your daughter is lucky to have u as her mom.
    and most of all thank you for all the uploads.
    You are greatly appreciated

  7. Jessy

    hey its true, those instant noodles in canada just can’t compare, thank God we finally got a t&t here. Your daughter is adorable! 🙂
    and thank you for all those up to date uploads!!! you’re awesome!!

  8. Taylor

    Where do you get your baby corn from Jan? I used to buy the Europes Best stuff but I think that they stopped selling it. Please tell me that you get it around here so I can get some too. LOL. I have been craving it for months now and I cant find it 🙁

  9. tracy

    hihi, mama bok^.^ hapi birthday o~~ selamat harijadi, sheng ri kuai le,
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  10. Stephanie

    Glad that your kid eat all the healthy stuff you make her. I would too if it looks that good.

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