Sorry for the long silence here!
I spent the last 3 days fixing my blogs as the photos in my blogs since November 2015 through May 2016 failed to load in all my blogs. I am pretty sure it's caused by Facebook changing their setting some time in November 2015. Consequently, the photos were not compatible with my blogs, thus they couldn't load. I upload my photos in an anonymous account on Facebook and then import the photos to my blogs. Since Friday, I have been putting the photos back into each post, one by one. So much precious time had been wasted doing this!
Last night, my right hand had a nagging pain in the muscles and I could not pinpoint the cause. I just realized that the pain was caused by over-usage of my right hand on the mouse. Not surprising as I had a bad bout of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome a few months after Alycia's birth. I had spent 3 full days sitting at the computer fixing my blogs and I still have 1 more blog to fix, BLEH!
Cass enjoying her bowl of bitter gourd vermicelli for breakfast and totally soaked up in her Enid Blyton stories.
In the evening, we had a quick dinner at Red Kettle, our favorite cafe to tuck into our favorite food.
Lip-smacking roasted pork ribs with roasted whole garlic for the hubs and I...
Kettle salad and mushroom soup. The picture of the mushroom soup here does not do its justice. The soup tastes really rich and every spoonful is filled with texture of blended shiitake mushrooms.
House-made apple cinnamon loaf to go with the mushroom soup. We ordered coconut bread the previous Saturday. The mushroom soup was sold out last Saturday and Cass was really disappointed. It was her suggestion to have dinner at Red Kettle again so that she could satiate her craving for a luscious hot bowl of mushroom soup.
Kettl's Old School chicken chop. Cass loved it.
Aglio Olio for Drama Queen. Pan-fried seabass for the big princess.
Kettle's house-made sausages are my absolute favorite. I don't eat commercially sold sausages and deli meat for all the bad rap they have on our health. When I dine at Red Kettle and Nutmeg, their textured house-made sausages are a must-have item for me.
Kettle's Lemon Polenta cake is TO DIE FOR! It is made from almond meal and corn meal and free from wheat flour and low in sugar. Perfect for low-carbers and health freak. It is another must-order item for me each time we dine at Red Kettle.
After dinner, we hurried back home to watched Lee Chong Wei battle against Chen Long of China. It was such an intense, nerve wracking and heart thumping 1 hour watching two very powerful shuttlers clash. Alas our beloved DLCW had to settle for the silver. Nonetheless, he's still our country's HERO and we all think he played very, very well. It's disappointing to know that DLCW has decided to hang up his racquet after next year's World Badminton Championship in Glasgow. I still wish that he will give it another try at clinching Malaysia's first gold in the 2020 Olympic. Would he??
Check out Cass holding our Jalur Gemilang lol! She was cheering on for DLCW.