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Chickened Out

03 Mar

Aren’t you glad tomorrow is Friday? Because I am! ­čśÇ
But this Saturday will be a super busy day because it’s my brother’s in Law’s wedding. K and I have to go to his place early morning like 6 am to help out with the preparations. Like any typical Chinese wedding, it usually has this “tea ceremony” thing. I’ll make sure to take lots of pictures for you guys and hopefully I can get the post up by Sunday..haha.

I could imagine that we’ll be out for the whole Saturday, from early morning to late night…*sigh* Not sure how I can stay within my Primal/Paleo eats but I’ll try my best.

Anyway, I finally had my last coconut-apple pudding yesterday as my breakfast, along with left over of Quickie Chicken Curry and some nuked frozen green peas.

Try to dress it up a bit for the pic..haha..btw I ate the other 1/2 banana as well

And when I went to Costco after work to pick up some stuff, I bought this: Premium Alaskan Cod Fillets (wild caught)

total 7 individually vacuum sealed fillets

Currently it’s still defrosting in my fridge. Hopefully it’ll be ok by tomorrow morning so I could season them a bit with salt and pepper and cook them for dinner.

After so many chicken dishes, I think I need a little break from it. Fish sounds so good!

Any exciting plans for this coming weekend? Did I tell you that I still have NO IDEA WHAT TO WEAR for the wedding? ARGH! Gotta dig into my closet and improvise whatever clothing I could mix-match. I might want to wear differently during daytime and nightime (daytime would be the tea ceremony, nightime would be the banquet). It’s been pretty cold lately at night, and usually those party dresses are not warm enough!

Wish me luck!

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Posted by on March 3, 2011 in life

 

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6 responses to “Chickened Out

  1. Daphne

    March 5, 2011 at 7:00 pm

    Yikes! Good luck with everything today. I had TWO tea ceremonies the morning of my wedding, followed by big lunch, then photos, then wedding ceremony, then typical Chinese wedding reception, and finally the after-party. It would’ve been just about impossible trying to stay Paleo that day for sure!

     
  2. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    March 4, 2011 at 4:02 pm

    Mmmmmmm, your chicken curry looks so good! Fish is a nice alternative, though! Looking forward to your wedding pics! ­čśÇ

     
  3. LeQuan

    March 3, 2011 at 10:43 pm

    That was a lot of chicken dishes. Thanks for sharing your recipes. Have fun at the wedding this weekend. I know first hand how long Chinese weddings are. On my wedding day, I was up at 5 and didn’t hit my pillow till 3.

     

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