Today the girls cooked brunch!
Sausages are such a rare sight on HFM’s blogs but since the head of the family is now tasked to do the shopping, he buys not only what’s on the shopping list but also all his happy food items… like chips, sausages and instant noodles 🙄
Here’s our brunch menu today, not the healthiest of food but still better than food delivery, in my opinion:
Sherilyn cooked ramen using Korean instant noodles. She added pork chop, fresh corn kernels, lady fingers, fish balls and onions to her ramen. The ramen eggs aka ajitsuke tamago were made yesterday and left in the fridge to soak in the marinate sauce.
Alycia was tasked with boiling the sausages and Cass made the scrambled eggs and toasts.
These food safety steps have now become an SOP in our kitchen:
1 The head of the family comes back from grocery shopping. He stands outside the unit and I spray sodium hypochlorite water all over his clothes, hands, legs and shoes. Sometimes he washes his clothes and shoes before leaving the clothes in the laundry basket for another round of thorough wash in the washing machine. Sometimes he showers.
2 He leaves the groceries on the kitchen floor. I rope in the girls to quickly remove all the items from the shopping bags and bin the bags immediately.
3 Things wrapped in a packet are wiped with antibacterial wipes and canned food items are washed with soap and water and left to dry.
4 Once the groceries are cleared, the kitchen floor is immediately wiped with sanitizing wet wipes.
5 For takeout food, the plastic bags are sprayed with sodium hypochlorite water before placing them on the kitchen top.
6 Fruits are washed with soap and water before the skin is peeled off.
The scene is akin to one at the hospital ER. Everyone works swiftly as though there’s an emergency but our mission is to safe our own lives. 😆
I won’t even let Cass peel the banana skin herself. I carefully peel the banana skin for her, cut off the top part of the banana flesh and squirt the banana out of its skin onto a plate.
It is SO tiring doing all these steps after every shopping trip. But no complaints. Since our movements are really limited during the MCO, all these crazy activities help to burn some calories, else everyone will be seated at their nest, comfortably hibernating with eyes and hands glued to their devices. To hit as many steps as I can each day, I have now become an OCD, moping the floors 5-6 times in a day. I. am. so. tired! But this is nothing, absolutely nothing compared to the front liners all over the world saving people. My absolute respect for them.
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