You take me as I am
Into your new scarred hands
and when I run so far away
you always call me back again
into your open arms
not matter what ive done
amazing grace has found me here
because of what you've done, for me
PlanetShakers - Weight of the World
astO loves her friends, bowling, baking, bowling, reading, bowling, writing, bowling, ManUtd, bowling.
Kutless, The Lads, Switchfoot, MercyMe, Stacie Oricco, Avalon, blah blah blah
Dreaming of Desserts.
Hah. My 300th Blog Post.
I haven't been blogging much on blogspot anymore. ...
*Jason (Hsien Xian)
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Wednesday, November 28, 2007
These are things I cannot live without in my larder and kitchen.
- Haven't bought them for awhile, because I can't use them fast enough.
- Local produce is fine, though I love the Russet varieties.
04. Olive Oil.
05. Dried Pasta.
- I can't afford fresh pasta, and when you're not living in a land where pasta is indigenous to the country, fresh pasta wouldn't be quite as authentic (or as nice) I reckon. Though I suppose good one are available just that I don't know where to go looking for it. But having said that, I haven't found a Italian deli. Or tried to source for one.
07. Minced Beef!
- I would honestly love a little herb garden so I can plant basil, oregano, thyme and all but I think I shall embark on it when I move house.
09. Black Pepper.
10. Bell Peppers (or any sort of vegetables)
- Garbanzo (or chickpeas as it's commonly known) are my absolute-st favourite!
- Because I'm Chinese and I need it. As in need it.
- Salted or unsalted is fine. I wish I could have Lurpak or some speciality made butter, but the prices of it are skyrocketing. Can you believe Lurpak cost like SGD$4 something now?! OMGoodness lar.
You know, I think I should just move to France. ButI can't speak ze language. If I can think of anything else, I'll add on. =)