Friday, June 15, 2007

It sounds weird but I just ate that

As you can see from the title, yea, I ate this for my lunch.



It's porridge, a mixture of potatoes, carrots, groundnuts, hot dogs, fish balls, chicken breast meat altogether. What a weird combination.

I suppose it's a concoction.

Wow. I had a concoction for my lunch. And thank god, I'm still alive.

12 comments:

the lipstick lady said...

oh... I'm not sure how I'm supposed to react. it looks very... interesting?
porridge is just damn good with anything

Peter said...

I guess you prepared it yourself? So, that would be why you know what was in it. If not...

Emily Lin said...

Lipstick lady: Haha.. yea.. indeed it looks interesting.. porridge is the easiest food to cook with anything, I think. Just have to carefully choose the ingredients to be mix with. If not it would be odd-looking? :p

Peter: No I didn't prepare it myself. It's prepared by my housemaid. She prepares our daily meal :p

Peter said...

Wow, a housemaid! That sounds like good service!

But, at least you know what she put in!

ym said...

lol... that's a weird looking and a super weird combination of ingredients!!! hahahahaha potato... groundnut... fishball... sausage... and chicken breast sumore...

oh gosh... how did it taste anyway :P

Emma said...

Cute post! It looks...well...er...not the MOST appetizing, but it sounds like it would be really good. I wish I had a housemaid...sigh...

Peter said...

After all, are you sure you felt well afterwards? No posting since a couple of days!

Mandy said...

I hope this isn't what it looked like AFTER you had eaten it!

ah yuan said...

Good try Emily!! Maybe I should make this for my next meal! LOL

Drama Div@ said...

your maid must be very
"happy" to know that you still very much alive!!!

Peter said...

... getting more and more worried about you! Please give a sign and tell us that you feel well. Was there a hidden ingredient that was not listed?

Emily Lin said...

Thanks for the concerns from all of you.. :) I am very much alive, perhaps. And Peter, No, I think there wasn't any of "hidden ingredients" inside it which will cause any discomfort or whatsoever, because I haven't had gone through any of the sickness after eating that porridge.

What I can say is :"Don't judge a book by its cover."

=))