Yesterday my fresh stash of chocolate arrived via Pos Laju (which by the way is not very laju). With online shopping being the norm these days especially so during the pandemic, I have discovered so many things I can get online.
Which can be a good and also a not so good thing. I find that I tend to get carried away but most of my purchases have been good and useful ones, maybe except for the chocolate and snacky indulgences.
So talking about the chocolate which is this thing here (I got it via Lazada from Beehive Chocolate),
I do wish they had given me something chocolate related because I am not doing any of this buldak thing especially after my buldak experience here.
These were the two seasonings which I threw away.
You are supposed to boil the noodles in 600 ml of water for 5 minutes and then discard some of the water before adding the seasonings.
And guess what? My partner has now accepted kimchi jigae.
This is his portion, cooked with millet noodles or something like that. He also added some firm tofu.
Speaking of happy customers, my cats are also accepting their lot when it comes to food.
She almost finished up. I use a spoon to gather the remnants and encourage her to clean her bowl which she did.
But she eventually comes back. Unlike Belle Belle, Girl eats her food slowly. She eats, stops, comes back, eats and repeat.
Remember Kedai Kopi Malaya? Apparently they have moved and vacated this shoplot.
Today I dabbled in something.
This was from an earlier attempt, no doubt inspired by Potaboy. That first attempt was a disaster but the balls were still edible.
Today's attempt is an improvement although my orange sweet potato balls were all wrinkly and deflated.