Feels good to be home! Touchdown at around 3pm. The heat this afternoon was bearable and it was not that humid.When I arrived, I asked my mum 'What's cooking?' she replied, baby back ribs, steamed crabs and choi-sum. I think I drooled after hearing that.
|Steamed crabs. My favorite since I learned how to crack the shell. Haha!|
|Oven Baked Ribs. Margarine, cloves of garlic, pepper, salt, and lots of chili garlic sauce! Anything spicy, everybody loves!|
|Lee Kum Kee Chili garlic sauce. I'll be bringing a bottle with me to the Philippines! This is exactly what I need when I am craving for spicy food! You can mix it with almost everything!|
|Cherries and grapes. Dessert! Was eating these while chit-chatting with my mum!|
|Happy bellies! This time brother bear wasn't able to join the picture again because he was focused on his private server on Flyff. According to him, they're searching for bugs in the beta.|
|Zara. While waiting for dinner, mum showed me these. I wanted all of them! But when I found out they were all from Zara, I doubted that they'll fit. Their smallest size is 6 and I'm a 5. Tried them on, luckily the black and the green one were just right. Hurray!|
|I just can't get over this vegetable. I always hoped that I'll find these in the supermarket or find a restaurant that serves them.|
Finally, "real" food and by real I mean "cooked at home". In Manila, especially during school days, I always end up eating in fast food restaurants or the canteens around and it's because my mum doesn't trust me with stoves. YET! Sometimes, Pete and I would just make sandwiches if we don't feel like eating out. I am currently learning how to cook, I know how to fry and bake a little bit. I just need time, a manual and a stove!