The head next to mine, turned and muttered, “You better wake up early if you want to drive”.
Bah! As if I wanted to drive… more like I’m forced into this position to train me to adjust to the psycho Sunday drivers.
Fortunately, the other drivers on the road are more or less used to slow “L” (Legends), like myself.
I DROVE INTO THE CBD!!! And I PARKED!!! WUHOOOO!!!!
And I didn’t KILL anyone… yet…
The Boy seemed relatively surprised that there were no exciting incidents or mishaps along the way and was quite relieved to have all his limbs still attached upon his torso.
However, I was fortunate enough to not have to drive home. Pheww… Due to my great *tortoise* speed (Hey, I follow speed limits aight!), we arrived a little late for church… Meh!
Lunch and a visit to Minataur with a brand new book (Diana Wynne Jones’s – House of Many Ways) under my belt had me skipping on this dreary Sunday.
How is it possible that Big W, a giant retail store, not stock any glass paper in their stationary department?
How do poor school children have fun making things for their art classes?
How am I suppose to create my very own 3-D glasses?
So anyways, because I’m too lazy to upload new pictures, you shall have to slobber over my dried noodles =)
“Gon Loh Hor Fun” – My style
The ingredients (Clockwise from top left):
Garlic, Ginger, Shallots; Bean Sprouts and Choy Sum, Minced Pork, Barramundi Fillets, and Flat Rice Noodles
For the soup, (because the Boy, unfortunately, is still coughing) I added (into boiling water), the ginger, and garlic cloves (smashed).
Once the water was boiling and I was ready to serve, I added in the Barramundi fish (which I had sliced into bite sizes), and veggies
For the minced pork, fry the shallots and ginger until fragrant.
Add in the minced pork, and saute until it changes colour, add in 1 tablespoon of Thick Soy Sauce, 1 tablespoon of Worcestishire (L&P), 1 tablespoon of Light Soy Sauce and pepper to taste
Finished product of the pork *Slurp*
Serve the noodles dry with garlic oil and toss with 1-2 tablespoons of thick soy sauce
If you have leftovers, which I had, (there’s enough for lunch!)
Place the noodles, and veggies into boiling water for about 1-2 minutes (which is just enough to cook it)
Heat up the mince pork and place onto the noodles. Drizzle with garlic oil and Voila!
Cool,…dual mode! Different style as least you won't be bored.
Sometimes when I cooked, I have to eat the same thing for 2 days.
Yeah that happens too. It always seems to be the same food for a while. But if it's good food, then I don't mind!!
I once ate char siew fan 3 weeks straight for lunch after school (or so my mother keeps reminding me)!!!