Gah such excitement. Let’s just think of today as a frankenstein version of yesterday (until I’m able to come online and post properly) with similar food eaten etc.
Instead, let’s ponder which do we prefer to do without, running water or electricity (because that’s what it’s like here currently)?
All I can say is Alhamdulillah for UPS.
First things first, my brother, his wife and daughter have been home from school for the holidays. They’re leaving on Monday. Chennette came in yesterday to see them off. I’m telling you this *now* because a lot of the reasonings in this post revolve around that first very important point.
For Iftar, we had saheena, tamarind chutney, pholourie (supplied by our neighbour, yet again) and barfi.
All the fried food…oh my!
“My son here sooo long and I haven’t made barfi for him yet!”
There was also some maleeda (travel-special, coconut cooked so it won’t spoil the maleeda) and I left you last time with a “I have to go make pizza”.
Well…who fool me?
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