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Noodles For The Day

WHATEVER DAY OF THE PARTIAL LOCKDOWN NOW, I want to say I am still surviving with my homecooking!  Never before I cook daily even when my kids were around.  So this Covid thing, kind of train me, us to be cooks, simple or complicated dishes, everyone stays indoor to eat...

This morning I received a lot of information from my cousin on home deliveries, you name it, she got it!  Chicken, pork, vegetables, seafood (fish, prawns, japanese food stuff plus their sauces), fruits, cakes ... LOL ... she gave me all their phone numbers.  And I really kept myself very busy calling them this morning.  Having done so, I think I do not need to go out from my house to get anything except to go for a short drive to recharge my car battery! 

These few days, I did not cook any rice, I just want to eat noodles and noodles.  I am no more called a "Rice Bucket" by my family, the throne has since passed on to another sibling... LOL....
I like the spinach noodles... and I had it with my chicken soup for lunch... 
My neighbour gave me this dish... a variety of them!
And that certainly goes well with my kolo noodles that I have....
Really thankful for such a tasty meal!! 

Comments

  1. Interesting meal with the stuffed veggie.

    This MCO, I also learnt to make and cook new dishes. Waistline also getting wider. Lol.

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  2. Your bowl of noodles look good. Oooo...yong tofu! You're so lucky to have such a nice neighbour.

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  3. Yummy meals! It is nice to exchange dishes so that we don't get tired of our own cooking. Today I caved in - ordered burger via Grabfood. LOL!

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  4. Your own version of ytf, yums!

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  5. Your meals look good, and very satisfying. I am glad you are staying inside and safe!

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  6. Wah your neighbour is so nice! Always giving you food that she cooked.

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