The clock is ticking away to the day that Maria, my beloved part-time helper of 7 years goes on a 3-month maternity leave ~ only two more days with us 😭
Though Maria can’t do much strenuous work lately, we still love having her around in the evening to help us wash the dishes and do other light chores. We treat her like she’s one of the family members and our 3 girls adore her… more than they adore me! But that’s OK and I don’t get jealous. Maria gives me a sense of comfort whenever she’s around. I can just leave the house to her to clean up and go out and I will surely come home to a spic and span and clean house, every single time. I hope she’ll keep her promise and return to work for us in October 🙏
My breakfast for the last few days ☺️
Sherilyn’s homemade pie crust with papa’s homemade pandan kaya. So yummeh!!
Tucker’s gourmet caramelized onion crackers with papa’s homemade pandan kaya and a wedge of Mozarella cheese. I always eat some protein with my carbs to slow down the release of insulin / spike in blood sugar.
Tucker’s gourmet crackers are made from non-GMO ingredients and yeast-free. They’re pretty low in carbs too. Goes well with Western soups, curries, jams and even good on its own.
And my mid-morning breakkie with the hubs yesterday:
One of the best pork noodles in KL can be found at Sun Sea kopitiam at OUG, where the morning market is. The coffee shop is kind of unkempt and run down. It’s very stuffy and hot to sit inside, so we sat outside and still had to sweat it out to enjoy our bowl of piping hot pork noodles.
What’s so special about the pork noodles is the broth – it’s infused with the umami sweetness of seafood. We heard that the seller adds seafood into the broth, to add depth and flavors into it. Outside the coffee shop, you’ll see foreign workers peeling tons of prawns and squids.
Restoran Sun Sea OUG Pork Noodles
(Beside OUG morning wet market)
Jalan Hujan Rahmat,
Taman Overseas Union Garden (OUG),
58200 Kuala Lumpur.
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