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Lockdown Mind And Food

LOCKDOWN MIND...

Today is the third day since I last took my car out for a drive, so this morning I have to do that again.  The night before I have thought of 101 things to buy from the sundry shop.  When I reached there, I could remember one thing only, ie. a 5kg packet of rice.  I told the young boy my problem.... "Give this auntie a minute to recall, ok?"  He reassured me... "no problem, take your time to think, you are the only customer now."  He gave me some hints, flour, eggs... bread...fruits?  And then I suddenly remember, yes, for baking, then my 101 things came to my mind.  LOL....  One lesson learnt, next time I better write a list!  Or think first before getting out from the car!

My breakfast and lunch consist of the following....
Half boiled egg and a hot cross bun given by my friend... 
She gave me 4 and this was the only piece left for breakfast... 
For lunch, I braised pork ribs with tomatoes, ginger and small chilies... 
Greens as per above with fish cake... 
Two dishes for the whole day.... 
Or perhaps add an egg for dinner...
Simple dishes for the day!

Comments

  1. Simple dishes are the best. I ate a lot of ladies fingers. LOL!

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  2. I never make a list plus when I go out to stock up on food, I will not have time to look at the list. I will be running here and there, rushing and grabbing anything and everything. May end up buying things I do not intend to buy and forget what I want to buy in the first place. Never mind! At a time like this, sometimes we just have to do without.

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  3. I love hot cross bun. Used to buy from bakery but not every time it has it. Now with the lockdown, it mostly sell bread.

    I give list to my man when he goes shopping. He is in charge of shopping right now. Luckily he has no problem when it comes to grocery shopping.

    Easy to cook for a person or two. Not like me, need to think of menu everyday, fit for all as each has their own preference and taste. Headache.

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  4. You were so cute and funny to head to sundry shop with 101 things that dwindled to only 1 item! Muahahahaha

    I normally have to key all these check lists into my phone. No sane person has the brains to remember so many chores and shopping errands.

    I love all your meals. Simple yet tasty and nutritious! Hope you will enjoy staying at home now. I worry that when MCO is over, I want to stay away from office.

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  5. wow! your meals are luxurious when compared to what I am eating. Wah, so nice to be the only one in the shop.

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  6. Simple homemade cooking is the best!! It looks so good! We both need to write lists when we go to the store.

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