Sunday, May 12, 2013

What is a Stage Mum? Oh and Happy Mother's Day


My Quay Lo teased me often and call me a "Stage Mum" whenever I share our son’s music. 



I was not very sure what it means so I checked it in the wikipedia. What was written there was “A stage mother may also be the official manager of her child (e.g., Rose Thompson Hovick, Dina Lohan, Ethel Gumm, Teri Shields, Jaid Barrymore, Susan Duff, etc.) — representing her child in negotiations for the professional services of her child. Such managers have often been derided as "momagers" in the film industry.” Haiyah, where would I be qualified to be a Stage Mum? I don’t have a say in my son’s career. All I do is to share his music whenever and wherever I can. LOL!

Having said that I am going to share with you his new venture into making his first electronic dance music and the titled of this piece is “Sieze the Night”. Since today is Mother's Day, hey Mothers, go seize the night and, if you like what you hear, please share the link with your friends. Your support will be greatly appreciated.

Please click on the picture to watch on youtube

This is the first time, I hear up beat music from my son and it is pretty cool because I found myself dancing to the music while cooking in my  kitchen before I broke my foot. So now, you must be curious what dish I was cooking right? It was a simple lunch for me and my Quay Lo on one lazy Sunday afternoon. Although I could not dance to the music today, I will still seize the night for this is my special day. My gift to all the great mums out there is this simple yet delicious recipe. Happy Mother's Day!

Smoked oyster stew and grilled cheese sandwich





Ingredients:
2 russet potatoes, peeled and cut into cubes
½ tsp minced garlic
½ small onion, chopped
1 tbs unsalted butter
2 cups full cream milk
1 cube chicken boullion
freshly ground black pepper to taste
1 can smoked oysters, drained
1 tsp diced chives

Method:
Boil potato cubes till tender in small pot till tender, drained and set aside. Saute garlic  in butter till fragrant and add chopped onion and saute till translucent. Add cream, milk, chicken boullion, pepper, smoked oysters and cook on low heat Stir occaisionally. Add sliced mushroom and cook for another 5 minutes. Garnish with diced chives. Serve with grilled cheese sandwich.


17 comments:

  1. Happy mother's day to you too. I love this recipe. Looks simple enough. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Happy Mother's Day! Coincidentally, I've recently started recording for trance music and find myself liking it. My first track has been signed by a label in UK and due to be release soon. Very exciting news. :D

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  3. Listening to your Nick Davis now "Lost In Time" ... Happy Mother's Day!!

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  4. Your love for your son shines through. Have a very Happy Mother's Day!

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  5. Hi Veron, Happy Mother's Day to you! Hope things are looking bright for you on this lovely day. Craig and I watched Nick's video this morning, and we both liked the upbeat tempo. Cool song!

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  6. Happy Mother's Day , stage Mom er V :D ..... That stew and grilled sandwich looks very tempting !

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  7. Hi, Veron, love to see your update from blogging! Your son is a very talented young man~

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  8. Hi Veron, I enjoyed your son's video too, very danceable tune:) Love what you'd cooked for your Sunday meal! especially those melting cheese sandwich!

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  9. Happy Mother's Day


    Oooo.....Stage Mom....LOL.....Cantonese say "sing ma"

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  10. Heard that on YouTube and I must say that I am mighty impressed. Is he actually singing there? I mean how can he sing through that mask?

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  11. hi veron, just heard the song in youtube. that;s a nice tempo. So you cant be momager..you can be a singer yourself..remember your tai lui fa..awesome!

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