Monday, 20 October 2008

What's for dinner?

It's 4.30pm, a quiet day at the office, and I'm wondering what I should cook for dinner. Lately the kids have been complaining about our unexciting dinners. "What happened to your teriyaki salmon steaks and kimchi hot pot dinners?" YK asked.

"Didn't you say I was trying to be 'extra' (over the top)? So I am keeping it simple these days." I retorted.

YK started to protest that he wasn't refering to my cooking but the photo taking. So I have stopped wielding my camera lately but really, it's because I haven't been cooking anything too delicious.

Last night's dinner was curry chicken (leftovers), stir fried vegetables and yong tau foo soup. This morning, I made instant noodles with frozen corn kernels and shrimp for SK's breakfast. All instant stuff.

I admit I have been negligent in the kitchen. It's YK's important examination week too. Other parents would be making ginseng tonic soup and other brain food, I should do that...

Maybe tomorrow...

4 comments:

jyankee said...

I don't know Blur... your kids are smart... Papa Bean says,... it doesn't matter really what you feed them... just feed them what you are good at making... you'll be fine! Good look on the exams...

fishwithoutbicycle said...

You may think it's basic, but it's still better than anything I could throw together :-)

Nick Phillips said...

Sometimes the simpler the dish, the better it tastes :D

shello said...

same here. it's been mostly instant and frozen. yeah, maybe tomorrow...:)