My kind of cooking...

I love to make my own food. And have been doing this since College where 'proper' food is not an option unless you, well, pay more for it. And so, I am used to looking for food scraps or left-overs and turn them into a complete meal. And that is how I survived with minimum cash. And truth to be told, as far as I can remember, no toilet trips were necessary. Eating these stuff allows one to relive again and enjoy the wonderful taste you yearned days ago (or weeks later if you know how to store them into the freezer). You also get to eat what YOU wanted and in YOUR own privacy.

Take this morning's breakfast, where I have been eyeing Monday's dinner leftovers which is a bowl of chicken porridge mixed with groundnuts. And as luck might have it, we had a wonderful curry last night. So, this morning, its chicken curry porridge! Not enough peanuts? No problem! Toss some in when you heat the chicken curry porridge! Not enough potatoes in the curry? Toss some potato crisps while you're at it too!

And now, here I am, sitting and posting this Blog while I enjoy the new dish with semi-soft peanuts and soggy crisps...

The sad part is, no one, not even my Wife appreciates this.

Today's breakfast: Monday's porridge with last night's curry and week old potato crisps

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