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Teochew Porridge On The 7th Day MCO

7TH DAY OF COVID HOME CONFINEMENT.... 

Couldn't sleep back after waking up around 5.30am this morning, maybe the 12 hours sleep on the previous day has taken its toil.  LOL... Enough of rest, get up, lazybones!  And so I got up early but only managed to go to the mini wet market at 7am.  Wrong timing!  My regular stall was just getting ready her vegetables, I didn't want to disturb her so I bought from another stall... and no pork today!  Aiyah... really wrong day to wake up early.  Ended up buying just a chicken and some vegetables.  I could not even get some desserts at such an early hour.  Must go back to my regular hours... 10am!  LOL... 

Took out my first tupperware of minced meat, I still have 7 more in the fridge, by the way... hoarder!  Today lunch is white porridge, minced meat, salted egg and cabbage..... 
Minced meat patties with big onions and coriander leaves....
My lunch with porridge for today... 
For dinner, I will have this fried fish given by my kind neighbour... 
Very nice of her, right?

Comments

  1. 7 more Tupperware of minced meat! Good grief! You can feed an army! Fish looks good! What fish is that? Looks like ngor hu? Very nice.

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  2. Very nice dishes. I am getting lazy, only cooking simple dishes.

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  3. Did you get the idea of cooking minced meat patties from phong hong's blog hee hee? Both the patties and the fried fish look tasty. So long didn't get to eat my mom's fried ngor hu, miss it.

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  4. The two dishes for lunch are a lot for one pax. did you give some to your neighbour? go out buy things, u got stay two meters away? difficult to pay cash if standing two meters away. be careful, stay safe!

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  5. You are very wise and good planner with the mince meat. What else did you hoard in your kitchen?? I want to eat teochew porridge tonight!!

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  6. Your meat patties and other dishes are very homely and yummy. Your kitchen duties have just been extended by our PM today. LOL!

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  7. I fried a mackerel today. Fish is not cheap nowadays.

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  8. It's time like these to really appreciate your neighbours. Having trouble logging into to my google account. Monica - The Yum List

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