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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!

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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  9. We called Geoff and asked what he thought about us going out to look at Christmas trees. Would he be sorry to miss the venture? He said, "Just be sure to pick something awesome." And so, with his blessing and directive, we ventured forth. hitachi c10fce2

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