I'm pretty excited! We received our Perth Wedding Proof photos-and we are blown away by them!
hehee, Bet everyone is sick of looking at our Wedding photos. It seems never ending isn't it? Irene's husband came up to us and said that it is like a wedding party that never ends! We hope they were good parties though! =)
I love this photo of Haz. Haz and I went through primary, secondary and university life together. I was sooo upset when she left Perth to Germany! I'm not too upset that she married a great guy though! AR and I were so touched that they made so much effort to fly all the way from Germany to attend two out of three of our wedding celebrations.
Haz and her gorgeous husband!
We are truly blessed to have been surrounded by the best family members and friends throughout those events. I mean, not everyone has the chance to celebrate their big day(s) with people that are so important.
My very handsome husband.
The food was great! Barely ate any though!
And of course, I cannot miss dancing with the kids!
BTW, we are still waiting for our Singapore wedding photos-and THAT was our biggest celebration so stay tune!
ok.. to the pasta! =)
In the past seafood marinara to me means leftover seafood that supermarkets want to get rid off. You know, those little bits of fish, imitation crab meat, perhaps some mussels all throw in together? Recently, I realized that Woolies actually have the fresh stuff as their marinara AND no imitation crab meat! They throw in salmon, calamari, prawns and heaps of mussels! That was when I decided on a spicy tomato marinara pasta for one of our quick weeknight meals.
Spicy Tomato Seafood Marinara Pasta
300grams of seafood marinara mix
3 roma tomates chopped
1/2 cup of corn kennels
1 chilli chopped
1 tsp of garlic
1/2 packet of pasta
1 tsp of tobasco sauce
couple of tablespoons of olive oil
salt and pepper
Cook pasta and set aside. Heat olive oil in pan. Add garlic and chili and cook till done. Add seafood and cook for around 2-3 minutes..adding corn and chopped tomatoes as well. Season to taste. Add abit of water if it is too dry. Dont forget the tobasco sauce. Season. Toss pasta with marinara mix.
Dishing this out for my friends at Pasta Presto! Ruth the founder of Presto Pasta is hosting. I'm looking forward to all the delicious pasta/noodles round up!
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