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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Indonesia Events At St. Machar, Aberdeen

SOMEWHERE NEAR HOME...  It is not a Malaysian fest but Indonesia.  We went to give our support at this Indonesian fest held at St Machar Academy, a public school for children.  Walked from our place to the academy, took us nearly half hour instead of fifteen minutes.  We walked through Aberdeen university, then though their library campus and off to the main road leading to St. Machar.  First thing first, we "attacked" the food bazaar at the lower ground.... even  before reaching the fair, the fragrance of the food reminded us back home in Malaysia. 
We craved some curry delights, fried fish, rendang and vegetables in creamy santan.
Then we attended a short while at the hall... some dances and video recordings....
Too many cameras in the air.... 
We left after that with our tummies full... 
Passed through the King's college again... 
And that was about it for the half day.... 


Baked Turkey Thigh And Asparagus For Dinner

DUE TO COLD WEATHER.... 

I can eat every two hours, I mean I feel like eating every two hours, be it snacks or main meal... Must be due to the cold weather, 10 degrees and below though sunny skies outside.  In the mornings, I normally make a mug of oats with two pieces of toast with butter.  For lunch, something simple, porridge, fried rice or noodles for myself.  

Turkey meat is cheap over here, one big turkey thigh cost around 2.2 pounds.  Aaron taught me to marinate it with just salt and black pepper... and that was exactly what I did.  Then baked it for an hour 10 minutes and that was it... My dinner is ready!  

This belongs to me.... solely!
Of course I could not finish it all by myself... 
I took 3/4 of this and the leftovers were cooked as porridge the next day... 
Just add in some peanuts and another meal is done.... 
I must do this again... 
I mean the baked turkey thigh... 
Since it is cheap and easily accessible over here... 
LOL.. 


Friday, March 22, 2019

Worship At Junction City, Aberdeen

CHURCH SERVICE FOR THE CHINESE CONGREGATION is at 3pm each Sunday and I have been here several times.  Though I do not understand much Mandarin, their songs of worship is sweet to my ears.  :)  I can only grasp a few words here and there, I am slow in lingual, perhaps if I stay here longer, that might not be a problem anymore. :)
Getting the technical side ready for the practice.... 
Rehearsal before the service... 
And in the midst of the worship... 
Sweet voices in the church...