Do you know what this is?
# – Take a guess.
It’s a pet overall that my mom has fashioned out of a pair of old granny pants. My mom even made a hole for the tail…it is freakin’ brilliant!
This is Charlie looking absolutely miffed because I tied his patch of hair up.
# – Dude needs a groomin’.
FTS, while writing this post I forgot he had a grooming appointment at 3pm today. Completely forgot about it T_T.
Looks like a couple more weeks before we’ve got time to make you look more presentable, boy.
This qipao is 31 years old. My mom wore this on her wedding day and soon, I will be wearing it on mine too :)
My mom was a really tiny girl and according to her, the dress was loose on her.
I’m just glad I could fit in it now because I remember trying it when I was 15 and it wouldn’t even zip up pass my hips!!!
My mom has a good strategy, that I wear this while saying goodbye to guests on my reception cause I won’t be sitting down. Cause if I sat down, my belly layers will jut out. Well, thanks for the advice Mom!
She’s currently watching a TVB show with him in it called Ghetto Justice. I think he looks a lot cuter in real life!
Today’s dinner was pumpkin gnocchi with spinach & tomatoes in Chinoz BSC. One of my favourite foods and about the only vegetarian that rocks my socks off.
# – Top is fish & chips (ordinary) but pumpkin gnocchi below is OMGZ!
Pillowy but light gnocchi with a mild pumpkin taste with blanched spinach and tomato sauce. So simple but soooooooooo gooood!
And now….recipe for my simple tomato & ham pasta. This is a truly simple recipe and doesn’t require many ingredients. Very tasty and quite healthy too!
# – Simple tomato & ham pasta.
200grams of pasta (I used tagliatelle), cooked according to instructions on packet 2 tomatoes, quartered 2 onions, thinly sliced 3 slices of ham, julienned 300ml of tomato juice Salt and black pepper to taste
#1 – First saute the sliced onions until translucent.
#2 – Then, throw in the ham and stir fry until slightly browned.
#3 – Next, throw in the quartered tomatoes.
#4 – With a potato masher, squash the tomatoes till they break down. Crying.
#5 – Pour in the tomato juice, little by little and stir until you get the consistency of a slightly thickened sauce.
#6 – Season with salt & pepper. Remember to taste as you go as tomato juice is quite salty on its own!
#7 – Dump in the cooked pasta (which you of course, was already cooking while you were making the sauce) and mix to coat evenly.
#8 – Tomato & ham pasta with a sprinkling of grated parmesan, DONE!
Love this dish, I have made it several times actually. It’s quick & easy to make and really flavourful without having to use an entire can of plum tomatoes or herbs. You’d be surprised!
Have a good week, peeps :)