Buka Puasa Post

We're halfway through Ramadan month already. How time flies.

I've tried to fill the month with quality activities and somehow it turned out that one of the things that I forgo is blogging.

Ah well...

For many Malaysians - Muslims and non-muslims alike, Ramadan is the time to enjoy buka puasa and the many choices one can have for buka puasa. Be it at pasar Ramadan, buka puasa buffet at hotels and restaurants that always come up with plenty of offers and promotions, or at mosques and suraus or just enjoying special home cooked meals at home.

I'm also up by 4:30am everyday to prepare for sahur.

We usually buy food for our buka puasa at pasar Ramadan (well, we also need to help traders, right? hehe) but I always cook sahur. Nothing special or heavy but the challenge of thinking up what to cook each morning is quite fun.

Interestingly, Ramadan month is the month that somehow, I can survive with just 4-5 hours sleep each day. 
Buka puasa at home is always nice.

We're not really a fan of eating too many lauk-pauks at home but the one in the photo was special.

It was on Mother's Day.
Occasionally, we head out for our buka puasa. Thanks to invites by hotels or families and friends - we enjoyed our buka puasa at nice places too.

Comments

  1. Oh! Very nice lauk pauk. Nasi kerabu pun ada! Ya, I agree. We must help out the Ramadan bazaar traders hee..hee... support! support! Raya is just less than 2 weeks away.

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  2. yes, it is good to help out traders as it is only once a year!

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