Monday, February 4, 2008

A Blissful Sunday

A well rested day for me. Blissful....a day whereby there is no rush to beat the traffic lights . No rush to punch the card in the morning . Just a day to relax unto the Lord. I don't know about you, but I am most relaxed on a Sunday...the Sabbath day. I am most at peace too on a Sunday. Maybe it is becoz I can feel the presence of God in church. I enjoyed all the worship songs that we sing every Sunday. This is the only time that I can sing unto the Lord without caring whether I sounded good or not. The Lord appreciates even if I croaks like a toad. Angels will applaud when I sing sincerely unto the Lord. Haizz...can't describe how blissful it is (",) unless one experiences it.

A Blissful Breakfast and a Blissful Dinner for the family. Piggies luv these food. Thumbs up (^0^)

Soft-boiled Eggs on Golden Toast

I used the 'soft boiled' egg maker...told you I am not a pro. Put two eggs into the maker and poured boiling water to the level marking imprinted on the maker. The eggs are ready when the water drained off totally. Take it out and crack the egg shell to take out the ready soft-boiled eggs and placed it on top of the toasted bread. Spread a bit of butter on the hot toasted bread if you like. Dash some pepper and soy sauce on it for taste. it better than Kopitiam? Haha just kidding.

Piggy gal , hubby and I love it but piggy boy doesn't like it. For hubby and I, we have to take care not to take in too many eggs a week. That's why I call this a blissful breakfast whenever we can tuck in this simple yummy breakfast.

Vermicelli ( Mee Suah ) with Special Minced Meat Soup

1 bundle of vermicelli (mee suah) for 1 person


some minced pork/chicken
one handful of plucked mint leaves - washed and cleaned and chopped
some chopped garlic
some chopped chilli padi
1 tsp of cooking wine
salt to taste
dash of white pepper
1 bowl of water


chopped finely some garlic and chilli padi. Add a bit of soy sauce. It is now ready to eat with the mee suah.
Garlic Oil for garnishing. Chopped up some garlic and fry with some oil in low fire. When it is light golden, dish up and add one tblsp as garnishing.


Add to the minced meat, the chopped mint leaves, garlic, chilli padi, cooking wine and salt ,stirred and mixed evenly . Formed into meatballs. Leave aside.

Meanwhile, boil a bowl of water, when the water boils, add in the meatballs. When the balls floats on the surface it is cooked. Add salt to taste.

Scald the vermicelli in hot boiling water for 30 seconds. Drain and place in serving bowl.
Pour the soup over the vermicelli (mee suah ) and serve hot.


Saw this single blissful rose that just bloomed this morning. I am so blessed. A beautiful sight to behold for the day. Praised the Lord for a beautiful Sunday.

Scripture Verses for the day:
Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus - 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

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