State of Origin is a momentous occasion for Rugby League fans as it a series of games between the best players from New South Wales (blues) and Queensland (Red).
So is there any reason not to have an awesome pork roast with some of your mates? (No, you don't have to answer that LOL)
The prep work...
Pumpkin from the garden...I only eat pumpkins when they are roasted
Stuffed and ready to gooooo
My task: turn on the oven HAHAHAHA
Starters as we waited for the main to cook...only the hummus was homemade, the rest store bought (yes, even the wines LOL)
Finally, dinner is served...
I will never be able to say no to pork crackling om nom nom...
My greens which were brown: roasted vegetables...
Hello porky goodness!
Stuffed with mushrooms
Accompanied with apple sauce and gravyyyyyyy...
Was it a good night? Hear, hear to that...! *chin chin* A balanced group of Blue a& Red supporters!
Due to the lack of places that that serve good Eggs Benedict brunch, we decided to cook up a feed before I was told I was suppose to work on the veggie garden!!!
Poached eggs, ham on bread with roasted vegetables and fresh tomato...
Runny eggs...the breakfast for champions (I think by now everyone knows I have an obsession for runny eggs!)
My gardening adventure can be read here. xxx
So yeah, I thought I was not gonna miss Malaysian food too much *as if* but I MISS IT SUPER LOTS!!! Well, it didn't help that I was stuffing my face before I left the country (which reminds me, I need to do a makan round-up on that big episode)...so there is still more to eat!
Made some pork bone soup with spinach as well...pretty tasty I must say...
Looking back at it, I think I want some more! *tummy grumbles mumbles* And if you need to know, YES, I made it - fried the minced pork and ikan bilis, poached the egg, boiled the noodles and voila! All ingredients bought from the Asian store down the road...so no worries about that...Although, the chili was a shrimp chili paste I brought from home...LOL xxx