Last weekend, my friends and I organized a barbecue at my lecturer’s house. We prepared everything from buying the raw chickens, marinating it and set them on fire, literally. Anyway, this was the first time I bought these stuffs myself. For those who knew me, I never ever cook anything in my life. Never touch the raw chicken, rarely went to the market and not really into those fishy kind of smell. Well, this time I did all that!
Not that I don’t like to cook, but I don’t have any necessity to do so. I was raised in an all boys family, with the only female figure in the house is my mother. Oh and the frequently keep changing maid. The situation do not changed when I am staying in the college since I am not allowed to cook inside the residential area. Nevertheless, I took this chance to try my hand on cooking! Yeah, I know, barbecuing is not really a cooking, but it’s a good start right? :) Oh yeah, hopefully one day I will be like Julie and Julia too!
There result was I gained 2 kilograms after the barbecue! Haha. No pictures of me cooking though. I am planning to sell it to the Daily Mail. Hah.
By the way, we bought all our food from supermarket (Carrefour, Tesco Extra and Jusco). These supermarkets are so convenience, I almost forgot that the wet market is still exists. Although some of the goods here are not that fresh compared to the ‘conventional’ market, it has gained rapid reputation among the urbaners.
- One stop centre
- Generally clean (even has sink with soup or sanitizer)
- Located near the residential areas
- Varieties of supermarkets are available
- Imported food
- Not that fresh
- More expensive
So, what is your choice? Do you prefer these modern supermarkets or the old faithful wet market? Give me a holla! Happy weekend guys!
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