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    These are some of the dishes that I have prepared for my wife during her confinement food recently. For any of you who are keen in the recipe, do let me know.

    #01 - Lean Meat with savoury ginger sauce and asparagus.


    #02 - Steamed Tofu with Dried Scallops and Wolfberries
    Last edited by Lawrence Quek; 13th May 2014 at 10:29 AM.

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    #03 - Salmon Steak with Savoury Ginger Sauce


    #04 - Pork Ribs Soup

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    #05 - Steamed Papaya with Milk


    #06 - Sesame Chicken with Lemongrass

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    #07 - Stired Fried French Beans with Shitake Mushrooms


    #08 - Hong Shao Chicken

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    #09 - Crocodile Meat with Savoury Ginger Sauce and Mushrooms


    #10 - Tomato Fish Soup

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    #11 - Pan-grilled Beef Steak with Carrots and Asparagus


    #12 - Steamed Salmon with Edamame and Fried Egg Tofu

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    #13 - Steamed Codfish wit Savoury Ginger Sauce


    #14 - Stired Fried Pork Loin with Ginger Sauce

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    #15 - Pan-grilled Salmon

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    Your wife must be really lucky to have such a caring and wonderful husband to cook for her during confinement. Nice pictures and food!

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    What a wonderful cook!!! The food looks delicous. Nice shots too Lawrance . I can imagine the smell of ginger & sesame seed oil wafting back into my memory when I looked at all the pictures .

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    Quote Originally Posted by onyx View Post
    Your wife must be really lucky to have such a caring and wonderful husband to cook for her during confinement. Nice pictures and food!
    thank you onyx for the compliment. actually we trying to save cost of hiring a confinement nanny, oppssssss

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    Quote Originally Posted by Light Machinery View Post
    What a wonderful cook!!! The food looks delicous. Nice shots too Lawrance . I can imagine the smell of ginger & sesame seed oil wafting back into my memory when I looked at all the pictures .
    wahhhh bro Light Machinery, the way you said it is like making me embrassed sia... the cooking process is close to a mess though... lol... just make it nice on plate. think still edible, opppsssss

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    The foods look good!!

    Some pictures look slightly underexposed to my taste tho.

    Also try to shoot the papaya from above. Might be interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentSeth View Post
    The foods look good!!

    Some pictures look slightly underexposed to my taste tho.

    Also try to shoot the papaya from above. Might be interesting.
    i think so too after you mentioned that... lol... okok i shall try shoot from top... thank you for the suggestion!

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    My two cents worth: Depth of field of most pictures are too thin. The focus is on a single point rather than a dish.

    For example the cod pic, the focus is on the spring onion instead of presenting it as a cod fish dish.

    The salmon / egg tofu / green pea pic, the focus is on the ginger slices instead of the salmon.

    And your wife is definitely really lucky to have such a doting husband!

    For better result, you may want to increase your aperture. I am guessing you may be shooting at F1.8 now. You can try F2.8 and see how it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OoStarDustoO View Post
    My two cents worth: Depth of field of most pictures are too thin. The focus is on a single point rather than a dish.

    For example the cod pic, the focus is on the spring onion instead of presenting it as a cod fish dish.

    The salmon / egg tofu / green pea pic, the focus is on the ginger slices instead of the salmon.

    And your wife is definitely really lucky to have such a doting husband!

    For better result, you may want to increase your aperture. I am guessing you may be shooting at F1.8 now. You can try F2.8 and see how it goes.
    thanks bro. i will update this thread shortly!

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