>> Monday, March 19, 2012
Hi. In case you were wondering, I was stuck playing the drawing game on my phone. It was very addictive when I first played. Then I realized wiggling a pointing finger on my device isn't the most pleasant thing to be caught doing in public. Especially in class when I have no idea what my lecturer is saying and the person behind me (who sits at one level higher, just like in the cinemas) watches me in action and mentally judging my squiggles. I finally gave up and just wrote the answer. Heck?! My friend must be pissed after an endurance of my drawing and erasing, then I tell them the answer. Okay, I am actually really busy (again, trying to convince myself I should be finishing some work now), so don't judge me (please).
I may have a longer weekend than a regular nine-to-five-on-weekdays but my workload puts me back to the same place. The difference was, I was allowed to procrastinate till the midnight. Like now.
So I had been cooking and baking very much. I moved to a place far far away from the restaurants. No more takeaways and dining in unless I was willing to put time and effort to. Which is a good thing. I suppose.
Pork Chop in Apple Sauce Recipe5 thin pork chop pieces1 apple, cut into wedges1/2 brown onion, slicedolive oil for pan fryingapple sauce, to servemarinade:3 Tbsp soy sauce (estimated)1 tsp brown sugar5 cloves of garlic, mincedsea salt and black pepperMethod:1. Marinade pork for 3hours or overnight.2. Heat a large pan with olive oil.3. Place apple wedges and onion onto the pan.4. Add pork chop, 2 at a time (or as many as your pan can hold, obviously). Pour over marinade sauce. Cook 5minutes on each side until golden brown.5. If you want your apples to be tender you can dish the pork and leave apples to cook for a little extra time.6. Serve with apple sauce!Garlic Angel Hair-angel hair pasta-heaps of chopped garlic-extra virgin olive oil-salt and pepperMethod:1. Cook angel hair pasta until al dente.2. Add olive oil in a pan together with garlic and salt.3. Cook on low heat until garlic turns slightly brown.4. Toss in pasta, season and serve.
I'm going straight back to work. I promise.
PS : BTW, when I said thin Pork Chop, it didn't mean that the meat was really thin. Like not fat. I mean, it was fat, but it was thin. Okay I'm confusing myself now. You know what I mean, you're a better cook than me. I'm getting off the internet. NOW!