On day 18 of the Covid-19 MCO, I made fried rice. Not any ordinary fried rice but one with a spice paste and bacon and prawns. Nyum!
There was some leftover rice and conveniently I had some extra bacon and a packet of frozen prawns. On my last grocery run, I grabbed a packet of red and green chilies.
There were many times when my chilies went bad before I used them. I was not going to let that happen again. Not during this MCO when grocery shopping is few and far between. Hence the spice paste for frying the rice and addition of sliced green chilies into the rice.
Does that look good? It sure tasted as good as it looked. I had this for dinner.
This is the non-glamour shot of the fried rice eaten with sliced cucumbers and a squeeze of Lingham chili sauce. I could have eaten another helping if there were extras.
This morning the shoots of the shallots turned green. They were pale white yesterday after coming out of the fridge.
Those that had shoots were ready for planting.
Fingers crossed I can harvest my own spring onions soon.
This morning my cat threw up. I was in the kitchen when I heard her meowing and when I went out to inspect, she was beside her litter box and I heard her retching. My heart sank. She vomited water and I observed there was a small solid mass among the liquid.
I kept an eye on her and she seemed to recover and could eat her meal before settling down next to me on the sofa.
I was a little worried about her.
But as of this evening she was fine.
I love her so much.
I couldn't bear it if anything bad happened to her.
Sniffs!! I am getting sentimental over a cat. Haiz........
Yesterday's dinner was stir fried oink oink in leftover oriental bbq sauce (found in the fridge) and stir fried cabbage.
That's my partner's portion. I had a smoked turkey sandwich and got hungry past 10pm where I had a peanut butter sandwich. My intermittent fasting has gone bonkers during this MCO.
For today's lunch I ordered a burger and look what happened. The mashed potatoes spilled out of the container and made a mess. Tsk!
That's it for today. Talk again tomorrow.