Monday, September 22, 2008

It's real!

It's finally here... the tickets for the F1 qualifiers! I was beginning to doubt it was true. :P

Hubby's colleague kindly offered race tickets for Friday and Saturday to his friends, and really, I wasn't supposed to be going, but when I found out he (hub) was invited, I kicked up a fuss and said, if I wasn't going, he won't be going either. When I first heard news of F1 coming to our little island, I was very excited and said we should go watch, but he said tickets would be very expensive so no way. I really need to thank WL for sacrificing his ticket so I can go instead. Thanks so much!

Sleepover has been arranged and Princess' little girlfriend is too cute. She's rather 'deprived' according to her mum, and has never had any friends over to her house before, so when D told her about it, she started counting down the days like more than a month ago and has been bugging her mum about it ever since. Me? I chose not to say a thing. But dad leaked it out to her.

I had my own race yesterday... from one party to another. One was from 2-4pm, and the second was from 3-7pm. For the past year, I think this is the first time two parties have overlapped. By the end of yesterday, I was exhausted even though I didn't do much. My joints acted up today and I haven't been very mobile. Still, preparing lunch and dinner is a must! This little packet caught my eye when I was at the supermarket and I decided to give it a try. It's not too bad. I used pork fillet as that was the only meat in my freezer, and was quite pleased with the taste. I'm not into Korean food, so I can't comment on it, but it suits my palate.

My Ah Ma used to cook this cauliflower in tomato sauce when I was young. It isn't my favourite vegetable but I would eat this version. She used to cook the plain ones for everyone and the one with tomato sauce for the kids. :) Basically it's just tomato sauce, a little bit of salt and sugar to taste.

Spinach soup. I used ready stock and just added the ingredients.

6 comments:

evan 이벤젤린 said...

omg bulgogi marinade!!! i waaaaaaan *hyperventilating* haha. i've never seen it in supermarkets b4! then again mayb i shd just make the marinade from scratch. i spent like $70 in kino for a korean cookbook, shd utilize it :p

SIG said...

evan - Haha, yes, you should make use of that Korean cookbook. I'm sure it will yield better results.

ganache-ganache said...

Oh, my siblings & I used to have this cauliflower with tomato sauce, we basically grew up on this !

SIG said...

ganache-ganache - Noooooo!!! Really?? Haha. How coincidental.

Chawanmushi said...

Wow ... I like that racing car bread of yours! F1 race ... this is the talk of the town now, and I'll be there on Sunday with dh ...

SIG said...

chawanmushi - Hehe, it's from breadtalk. I didn't make it. Hurray for you! Enjoy the race!