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Stay-At-Home Food During MCO

WHEN I AM IN THE HOMECOOKING MODE, I had these for my meals.  As an obedient and abiding citizen, I Stay Home, Stay Home and Stay Safe.... as much as I possibly can...  Ahemmmm....

Half a year is almost gone and I wonder when is my turn to be vaccinated.  Government, please hasten up and do something to control the pandemic!  Very worrying when the number of Covid cases keep spiking up each day and the more we read, the more worrisome we become... these are the consequences of reading too much forwarded messages in my chat groups.  Must turn on more Netflix shows or perhaps start trying out new recipes for mind distraction...  

Back to stay-at-home food, here are some meals which I took recently... 

Morning breakfast with avocado... 
Steamed jagung/corn for lunch..... 
Jin noodles with pork chop as condiments for dinner.... 
On one evening, I cooked this too... 
Fried mihun with eggs, mushrooms and taufoo fish cubes... 
More food ideas are welcomed! 
LOL... 


Comments

  1. What jagung is that? It looks reather pale. Our Ligo sweet corn here is a beautiful golden yellow.

    Yes, just be a good girl - stay safe stay well, stay home! I am so used to it now that I often would just go without instead of going out to buy anything. Safer to keep our distance from other fellow-human beings!

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  2. Meanwhile, a full lockdown is looming on the horizons, as the active cases inch towards 50k zzz...

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  3. Ohhh...I miss the white sweet corn.

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  4. I could totally eat the food that you cooked. If I ever cook, it would be ABC soup.

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  5. These look very good! Will they call you when it is your turn, or maybe txt you?

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