Blissful Eating

Last night, about 9PM – After Royce and I, tired and restless, were done preparing all materials for next day’s delivery for CdD’s Nursing Capping Ceremonies, we decided to have our dinner out with Colby and try the newly opened Tapsi Tummy Resto or try calamares at Matutina’s Restaurant which my youngest sister was bragging how delicious it was. So we jump into the car. While Royce is driving, I remember and told him the pork chop in the chiller that I marinated that morning. My mind was in battle, dine out or go home, cook and eat. I didn’t say a word. After driving about 500 meters away from home, Royce stopped the car and said, “I guess being tired is no good reason for us to spend on a fancy restaurant then realize that what we ordered is not worth spending”. We are not craving for something fancy and the ref is neither empty. Well, I was very much relieved as we drive back our way home. Still, I am for home-cooked meals. Save Pigar-Pigar! Hahaha! Fast foods are never healthy, and fancy restos are merely fancy as it says, and you will never figure out what they put in your meal.

Fried marinated porkchops, sliced rellenong bangus and cooked rice placed neatly on our newly bought plates –part of the joy of cooking is the blissful eating with family.

MARINATED PORKCHOPS

Marinate ½ kilo of porkchops in ¼ cup soy sauce, ¼ cup tomato catsup, 1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce, 1 tsp. minced garlic, 1 tbsp. minced onion, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 teaspoon ground pepper. Refrigerate. Fry.

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