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When Hunger Strikes….

on May 30, 2015

When hunger strikes for me, the simplest of meal is always the most delicious!

I usually eat my only meal at 4.40pm not exceeding 5.30pm latest (possible when I am off work schedule).

Today I am ravenous by 4.30pm as I did a long walk from my car park to the event hall I was to attend an event today.

I had wanted to doggie back my “dinner” from the hawker stalls or make shift eating center on my way back.

The usual one is undergoing major renovations to enable a new wet market for produce and an eating center

But by the time I reached the center of this make shift area, 90% of the stores were closed and 10% of what was left opened, sold food that was unappealing to my palate πŸ˜‰

On reaching home, I rummaged my trusty fridge and found my left overs (actually extra portion) of brown rice, 2 slabs of fish cake and my egg omelette panfried with tomatoes and veggies.

Exactly what my stomach needed as I got the stove going for steaming all this and my Campbell’s cup of soup πŸ˜‰

In 10 minutes my meal was ready and boy oh boy, it was a feast to me..Yummy to the last morsel as I ate up every grain of rice and slurped my instant soup!

Yup! When hunger pangs hit, I appreciate my food even more. At this point, I am reminded of the less fortunate; Nepal quake victims and Rohingya migrants.

Whilst I have a choice of meals and the ability to eat as extravagantly or as simple like today, they have none – other than what they can get their hands on or rations donated by Mercy Relief.

I  am blessed. My simple meal tasted 5 stars and I am grateful for affording it πŸ˜€


7 responses to “When Hunger Strikes….

  1. Raymond says:

    I don’t like it when hunger strikes at night. I am thinking of anyway to strike back at hunger without eating a lot….You know it’s almost impossible and probably throwing the fridge out of the window from second floor would finish the problem lol

  2. Raymond says:

    Yup sometimes we should be grateful too of what we have you are right too thanks for reminding me ☺

  3. Randstein says:

    Sometimes some rice with sesame oil and dried seaweed is the quick gourmet meal I need to make it to bed time. And, I am always thankful for my meal. I have lived among desperate starving people and not one bite goes in my mouth that I am not grateful for.

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