|Simple fried vermicelli....|
|Braised duck meat with fermented bean curd...|
|Bean curd meatballs...|
|Sambal udang buns...|
|Meat floss biscuits...|
Let me share with you a true story:
11 years ago, I started cooking. My first pot of soup was an African peanut chicken stew. It's also my first time asking friends to come over to try out my cooking. At that point of time, I have no idea how much is enough for everyone. Am I inviting too many people? Am I cooking too little for everyone? Why should I invite people over? Why should I spend on others when I can actually keep all the nice food just to ourselves?
It wasn't such a big pot of soup. Jesus showed and taught me a lesson on sharing and giving. That pot of soup never runs dry. After scooping so many bowls for lunch and dinner, there was still soup and chicken and carrots in them. If you've come and dine at my place before, you will know that I'm a generous giver. I don't hold back on sharing food. Until the last person, only God knows that's the last person walking into the house, the pot emptied with the last bowl being the biggest bowl.
From then onwards, I know that no matter how poor we are, we will have more than enough to share with others. And there's so much joy in sharing and giving. Until today, I do not have to worry about whether we have food to eat or not as Jesus will take care of our meals. If there's no food in the house, someone, somehow or other, would drop by the house and give us food that can last us for another three days. This is a true experience. I can hold a party and the leftovers can last us for another week. Sometimes I wonder whether people who come to my house seriously eat or not. Now, I make sure that everyone's eating a hearty meal. I watch them eat to make sure they eat... muahahahha.... and yeah, they do eat.... but yet the amount of food left, I can hold another round of eating session.