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Third Day Of Nationwide Movement Control Covid19

THIRD DAY OF "CONFINEMENT"....

Oh, but I did go out this morning, thought of buying more eggs and a loaf of bread.  The mini wet market had more people today, it seems they are forced to close from tomorrow onwards.  The residents must have heard about it and the panic buying began again.  No more chicken meat and fish by the time I reached there at 10am.  I adjourned to the sundry shop, no eggs, finished too!!  Wow, that is serious, man.... I managed to get 10 eggs from another shop but no bread in sight, all gone... Gone!

I guess I have to ration my stock in the fridge... LOL... My neighbor called me early this morning and told me that she made a special dish today, Hainanese Braised Pork and gave me a one meal portion.  Tasted sourish and spicy... appetizing!  Yes, I guess many of us will gain some healthy weight during this confinement...
I like this new kitchen toy I bought from Lazada....
I can steam my rice... 
and warm up the dish at the same time....
Sponsored by my neighbour... 
And the remaining of my Hyacinth bean aka Pang Pei Dau... 
I boiled with one quarter of chicken meat this morning... 
And my meal is done for the day!

Comments

  1. Oh dear even telur also habis at your wet market. My neighborhood folks would flock into Hero Supermarket to grab every afternoon when stuffs are replenished.
    You have really good and kind neighbours! They are caring like you.

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  2. Yes, it is about the same here, no toilet paper or bread. Your new cooker looks fun!

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  3. Oh dear! Yesterday me and my lahling went to look for grocery and the bread section was still empty. Luckily there is a bakery inside Jaya Grocer (The Baker's Son) so we bought their bread. It is more expensive but no choice! Wah, I like your new cooking gadget. I actually like these things, on Lazada I see and can go gila I tell you. But I don't buy because most of the time, it will collect dust. LOL!

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  4. Both you and your neighbour's dishes look yummy! You have such nice neighbours. When your country announced the partial lockdown, in sg, there was another round of panic buying at our supermarkets. Our garmen has to reassure the citizens that there will be enough stocks to go around.

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  5. Wah! Your new steamer looks cool. Yes, this morning managed to get some chicken and pork. Bread all gone. Some places no eggs. Maybe I have to make some steamed buns to keep.

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  6. The steamer looks very useful. I like your chicken soup!

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  7. Nice neighbour to give you braised pork. Pretty new toy from Lazada.

    Stay safe and health, Claire.

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