Wednesday, October 31, 2007

A Student's Schedule.

Cook.
Portion out.
Freeze.
Bake bread 6.00 am.

Fry rice. Pack.
Fruit. Fruit juice.
Mineral water.

Read.

Clean the house.
Clean the bathroom.
Clean the kitchen.
Empty the garbage.

Wipe. Mop.

Read.

Watch Asian Food Channel. Take down the recipe.
Go to the kitchen. Cook. Eat.
Workout the portion for 5 servings.
Cook. Freeze.

I think I gotta study. And do less cooking.
At the rate I'm going, I might as well be attending a cooking class.

Re-set the schedule. And the priority.
In the meantime, I'm watching Asian Food Channel. Again.

Less blogging. Yea, that too.

13 Comments:

Blogger IBU said...

Tolong carikan the least challenging to try "spaghetti olio" pls?

12:39 AM  
Blogger cakapaje said...

Salam Bergen,

Aaah! When I'm left alone at home, I know now I can pester you for some cookings or at the very least, recipes! :)

1:11 AM  
Blogger tokasid said...

Salam Bergen:

Selamat belajar.

Cooking,cooking,cooking,reading.
Ah! lets not the AFC channel distract you from your studies.

But knowing that you just loved cooking...AFC is a gift meant to you.

Taking a cue from Rebung with a chef and a doc-who-went-to-space venture, maybe you can come with something similar.If it doesn't distract you from your reading.

1:23 AM  
Blogger Theta said...

Asian Food Channel? Is there such a thing?

Which three digit channel is that?

Our house has been locked on Playhouse Disney Channel since coming back in August :D

p.s. so what's your culinary specialty?

7:57 AM  
Blogger Kata Tak Nak said...

Cooking? Did anyone say cooking? I don't want to boast but I do make one mean cup of nescafe 3 in 1. Want to know the trick? empty a bescafe 3 in 1 sachet into a cup. Pour hot water and stir. There the secret is out.

Do spend time blogging pls.

9:52 AM  
Blogger Fauziah Ismail said...

Salam Bergen
Less of everything except reading and blogging, please!
Selamat Belajar.

12:42 PM  
Blogger Zabs said...

Salam Bergen,
Less cooking, but dont stop eating and blogging.

4:07 PM  
Blogger Raden Galoh said...

Salam Sir...

Asian Food Channel eh? I also like the channel very, very much...

Oh! Dah mula belajarek...lupa lak. So please kurengkan tgk2 AFC tu ye...do read a lot...nanti buka buku nampak menu lak...hehehehe

4:22 PM  
Blogger Pootz in Boots said...

AFC's great!! I too spent a lot of time cooking when I did my studying... it's good to let the steam out (heheh excuses excuses!!). Can I answer the olio recipe request? all you need is al dente cooked spag, salt to taste, olive oil (really good quality extra virgin), garlic, chilli flakes and herbs.

3:21 PM  
Blogger norlyda said...

Thats great being a student and cooking.Was there too once.

4:23 PM  
Anonymous podgykat said...

hehehe, that's one channel am constantly on too!! Am even contemplating changing my blog into a foodie one. Well, it's almost there anyways.:D Hope all's been well with you, Bergen.

10:43 PM  
Blogger bergen said...

Ibu: I call it spaghetti goreng. The basic preparation is the same, with some variation according to the moood. I usually add a bit of minced meat after the garlic is browned with olive oil. I believe chopped parsley is crucial, but sometimes I mix it up with coriander leaves. Mix it all up and finish off with parmesan cheese. There you have it. It's a handy dish for a quick meal. As student, I prepare this quite often. LOL.

Cakapaje: Yes, bro. I like cooking for friends. I like to see them eat a full course meal, but I'm not very good with dessert though. LOL.

Tokasid: Sometimes I mix up what I'm studying with what I see on AFC, LOL. I'm beginning to have difficulty separating things academic with culinary. Oh no, help me, doc!

Theta: It's on 703, ma'am. You can't miss it. It's a convenient grouping with Travel and Living channel. Move down further you've got BBC Entertainment. I'm beginning to enjoy British comedy, hmmm. And you've got Crime Investigation on 732.

No, Astro doesn't pay me for this commercial break. LOL.

Kata Tak Nak: Sounds like one killer recipe you've got there, mate. LOL.

Fauziah Ismail: LOL, thank you for the advice, ma'am.

Zabs: Yesssir, Zabs! LOL.

Raden Galoh: Sometimes I see food in the pages of words. LOL. Susah ni.

Pootz In Boots: Ah, thank you for filling in on the spaghetti olio. Yes, I agree, cooking can be a soothing change from studying and lecture notes. LOL.

Norlyda: I do it out of convenience. LOL.

Podgykat: Ahh, we are on the same page. Yup, I consider your blog pretty much a foodie one. Hasn't it always been like that? LOL.


To everyone, have a nice meal. Eat your veggies, LOL. And go easy on the dessert. Remember: if it tastes good, it gotta be good for you. LOL. Oh okay, go brisk walk or run a marathon if you are consumed by guilt. And then eat again. LOL

Bye.

11:10 AM  
Blogger dee3 said...

you bake your own bread?

WOW!

now, i not only want to have a published copy of your writings / musing / the such...
but for the time being, a copy of your recipe book sure sounds good! (maybe i need to do some pestering haha).

and i am still up for the super "dagwood" / bergen sandwich! :D

food is... a great indulgence!

4:53 PM  

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