Thursday, 11 September 2008

Mealtime


I bought the Fruit & Nut loaf for breakfast and lunch today. I remember it was called Festive loaf and would only appear in stores around Christmas. Now it's available all year round. At 157 calories per slice, it makes a pretty substantial meal on its own. Every slice is chock full of apricots, raisins, walnuts and sunflower seeds, I could eat this for every meal!

For dinner tonight, we're going to indulge in Hill Street char kway teow and kurobuta pork at Big D's. I get all my inspirations from my favourite food blog so I know exactly where and what to eat every Friday night.

Oh, I can't wait for dinner time.

10 comments:

huier said...

A Message to YK and SK:

Dear BlurTing's YK & SK,

you've a fabulously fun, responsible, healthy and greatest mommy you can ever wish for! please tell mommy you love her every so often cos that will make her day, as she makes yours everyday! if u have been doing so, gd on you! otherwise, go on, tell her so! :)))

ps-BT, hope your mom's better!

all my best!
huier(whom just made the best discovery 3 days back,ie your blog!)

Blur Ting said...

Thank you Huier! That was lovely! :-)

Nick Phillips said...

Your dinner sounds delicious :D I had to wipe my drooling saliva just reading about it ... LOL!

WaterLearner said...

Wow .. you can do lunch with that bread? How many pieces? I do take bread for lunch at times. But my stomach prefers warm food. :-)

Charlie Hotel said...

The fruit and nut loaf can make quite a filling meal. All it needs it a dab of butter...

Amel's Realm said...

Yum yummmmm...I've never known so many different types of bread until I moved to Finland he he he...

sexy momma said...

love gardenia ;-), i hope we can have that in here too..happy weekend!

The World According To Me said...

Happy dinner time! Isn't food great!

J@n!ce said...

I love that bread too. I rem I can down abt 3 or 4 slices for breakfast. It so tasty :)

jyankee said...

sounds healthy and filling...now am anxiously awaiting your dinner post!