I had pork chops for lunch today and they were so delicious. I was quite hungry in spite of yesterday's very heavy dinner.
Last night both my girls stayed out. In fact Belle Belle was nowhere to be seen when I returned home from work. Girl ate only a little bit of her dinner and was in a hurry to rush outside again. So I let her be.
Before retiring upstairs, I opened the front door at least three times, just in case Belle Belle was home or Girl wanted to come in. But nope. Not a soul was outside, so I went upstairs.
This morning both girls came home and ate their breakfast. Belle Belle stayed for a while and then went outside. Girl however chose to stay home. So I left her alone and went about my chores.
Next thing I knew, she was snoozing away.
I was sitting downstairs while waiting for my meat delivery. After my gentle complaint, Feast Market delivered at 10am. However, Sanbanto's (not their fault) delivery was frustrating. Upon checking the delivery status, it appeared that the delivery was "on the way" for the last one hour.
So I texted Sanbanto. After waiting until 11:45am, I got a call telling me that the rider had already delivered (!!!). The rider even claimed that he called me, even though I did not receive any call and no missed call was registered on my phone.
Apparently the rider had put the delivery inside my box outside without even ringing the doorbell to alert me. In fact after I collected the delivery I went to check the delivery status on the website and the delivery status was still "delivering" and ETA was past 12:00pm.
I think the rider is someone who is inexperienced (with no common sense). Next time, I will even have to leave instruction to "please ring doorbell" upon delivering. I encounter this sort of behavior quite frequently even among graduates. No common sense. No initiative. I think the human brain is degenerating. I am sorry if I offend anyone.
Tonight's dinner. Sup lembu again. Ah, yes I tested the fried shallots in oil. I let it stand at room temperature since late morning.
That's what refrigeration does I suppose. If cookies and chips can stay crispy in the fridge, so can fried shallots.