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  1. Beautiful post, Pang. The images, the recipe and also your sentiment about resolutions. I am happy to say I don’t ‘do’ diets or Botox. Life is for living and not to fret over perceived imperfections. I do wish we were collectively more happy when we looked in the mirror. Have a wonderful 2015. I look forward to what you give us this coming year!

    • Pang

      I am so happy to hear that, Kellie. In my opinion, imperfections are beautiful as long as they come with a good heart 🙂
      I am also so happy that you are in my blogging life now; it’s really nice to have you as part of my wonderful blogging friends.

      Happy New Year to you. I am sure 2015 will bring both of us happiness 🙂
      xoxo


  2. I love this post so so much! Such beautiful, thoughtful words to take to heart in the new year (and your nephew’s photo made me laugh — YES, let’s eat!!) These puff pastries look and sound absolutely delicious. Thanks for sharing your lovely sentiments with us and for making the Internet a brighter place as always 🙂 Happy New Year!

    • Pang

      I am ALWAYS so happy to have you here, Cynthia. We have never met, but somehow I feel as if we have been a good friend for a while. My blogging world certainly revolves around wonderful people, you included. Thank you for your kind words, my lovely friend. I am so happy you agree on the New Year resolution.

      Happy New Year to you & your family
      xoxo


  3. Oh Pang, I love this! So many true words and what an awesome photo of your little nephew. I couldn’t agree more! Let’s eat! is always a good way to go. I feel so fortunate to have met you this year here in Seattle, and I’m looking forward to seeing more of your delicious posts and gorgeous photography in 2015! Happy New Year sweet friend!

    • Pang

      I feel the same way, Maria. I am so glad we met and have kept in touch in 2014. I, too, am looking forward to wonderful posts to come on your blog. Thank you so much for your kind words as always. I am a lucky one to have met & befriended you, my lovely friend. Wishing you a wonderful 2015 & more.

      xoxoxo


  4. Love this post and your words! I’m always down for spicy breakfast foods. 🙂

    • Pang

      Yay!!! so happy to hear that, Erika. I am glad you are ‘here.’ 🙂


  5. Oh my gosh. Cutest nephew!! Well, I believe my nephew is the cutest, but yours is a close second 🙂 🙂 🙂 He is darling! Such great words here Pang, thank you, for sweet reminders of what’s really important. I love the eggs on puff pastry — ground lamb and chiles, it all sounds wonderful! Here’s to a year of being kind to ourselves! Cheers!

    • Pang

      Let’s drink to that, Sophie. So happy for your visit & kind words as ALWAYS, my lovely friend. I am so glad you like the recipe. I am sure you will, judging from the posts on your blog, I am quite sure you will like this one. 🙂
      Have a wonderful 2015, Sophie. May you have all your wishes come true.

      xoxo


  6. Beautiful all around. Love the recipe and the beautiful pictures. Yummm. And a double new years cheer for looking up from our phones and taking in the world.

    • Pang

      Welcome to my blog, Melinda. Thank you so much for your kind words. I am so glad you like the post, and ever happier that you found me 😛

      Happy New Year 🙂


  7. Love it! As I have gotten older I have had to make lifestyle changes and not just diet. Diets rarely works anyways. You are so right about enjoying the beauty and people around us. I have been known to look at Intsagram while on a walk at the beach. That’s just crazy! I hope you have a great New Year! : )

    • Pang

      I was guilty of that, too, Steph. I did that when I was taking a walk with my hubby!!!!!

      Anyway,I am so glad we have found each other this year, and I am so thankful for all your supports, my lovely friends.
      Happy New Year to both of you. Wishing you the best 2015 🙂

    • Pang

      You are so sweet. Thank youuuu 🙂


  8. Beautiful pictures as always Pang! I wish you all the best in 2015- I hope all your dreams will come true- you deserve it 🙂 Hugs

    • Pang

      Wishing you the same thing, Marta. Thank you so much, my wonderful friend.
      xoxo


  9. Such a wonderful post, Pang. Your resolutions are just on the nose – be kind to ourselves – we are all imperfect; live in the present and engage rather than live virtually and eat wonderful food!!! Thanks for putting it so well. Your nephew is so cute – how did you manage to tear yourself away from him? Looking forward to seeing your gorgeous photos and wonderful recipes – Happy New Year Pang xxx

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for your kind words as always, Selma. Happy belated New Year to you, too.
      So glad to see you back ‘here.’
      xoxo

      Btw, I thought I replied to you already until now. So sorry about that, my lovely friend 🙁



  10. Picture perfect!! As always, Pang, you are amazing! This looks so divine. Happy 2015!

    • Pang

      Happy New Year to you as well, Jhuls. Thank you SO SO MUCH for your kind words. So happy to see you here 🙂
      xoxo

  11. Ann

    I’ll try to cook this dish for my class :)) Like your idea ja Pang. My class requires students to have some social time before the class starts and I always wanna bring some quick Thai dish. The very best part of your recipe is frozen puff pastry. ei ei ei I surely won’t be able to make the puff pastry myself, so this helps a lot. Otherwise, I’ll let my classmate have it with just some ready to eat garlic bread….I think that is the best I can do 😉 Your works are always creative and fantastic!!!

    Also, your niece has really really BIG eyes. His action in the photo is so cute and innocent. Your sister did a nice job here. ei ei Envy na ja Auntie.

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