Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Breakfast In Pasir Pinji And Homecooked Food For Dinner

MY DAY STARTED WITH ONE LATE BREAKFAST AND A HOMECOOKED MEAL FOR DINNER...

Though it is quite inconvenient for me to go out, I still managed to, well, if not two times, at least once a day... and that also depends on who is willing to take me.... hahahaha....  Otherwise I will be sitting quietly at home and wait for house calls or food delivery...  In fact I prefer to stay home cos it is REALLY very inconvenient... firstly, for the one who takes me and secondly, myself...

I have to take along my 4 legged walker each time I go out... as Ipoh is not so user friendly for disabled, I have to think ahead of where the shops are... I could not hop more than 10 meters, too tiring... so as the list goes on, I prefer to stay home and would appreciate it more if food could be delivered to the doorstep.... *hint, hint*
This morning my friend took me for breakfast in Pasir Pinji new shophouses....
Somehow we managed to sit comfortably and had a piping hot fish noodles.....

Come evening, I dug out my goodies from the fridge and whisked up two simple dishes...
Oh, one is soup consisting of my leftover pumpkin and I added in two tomatoes...
One big onion, a stalk of lemongrass and some pounded black pepper... 
As for the one dish, 
I sliced the remaining bitter gourd, black fungus, a small piece of meat and onions...
And that was for my early dinner at 6pm...
One day just two meals....
But heavy ones!

21 comments:

  1. Poor you. Stuck at home almost whole day but understandable. I would prefer to stay at home if it is inconvenient to go out.

    Yummy piping hot fish noodle. Love your simple dinner too.

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    1. Grow fairer staying inside the house.. hahaha..

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  2. Nice dinner. I like this type of comfort food. Yummy!!!

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  3. what a good cook.. you can use up the leftover to cook different things!! for me, i guess probably i will be cooking the same dishes again with the leftover, hahaha~~ :D

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  4. The piping hot fish noodle looks good. Looks like a delicious breakfast.

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  5. The soup looks yummy to me, nice color also!

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  6. I really salute you for being able to cook even though your foot is still bandaged and you are not supposed to walk or stand on it.

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    1. I have to walk or stand.. otherwise difficult to survive...

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  7. That is what we do - go visit my old parents every morning, stop by somewhere from brunch before coming home...and cook some simple dishes for dinner only. Now that is a lot for one person for one meal!

    Yes, I agree with mun 100%, you need to rest that leg...and in the meantime, you need to exercise - your arms are fine.

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    1. My arms are fine cos going up the stairs using my arms.. no more flabbyness... only my leg needs to exercise.. swing up and down..

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  8. Hope your legs heals up real soon. You are fortunate to have such supportive friends.

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    1. Yes, you are right..without friends, I really cannot imagine..

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