I know I’ve been quite inactive lately in this blog, not just for the lack of posting but also working on some new recipe. Last week work was quite hectic that I had to bring home my laptop and continued working after I got home for another 1-2 hours. Friday which was supposed to be half day turned out to be almost 10-12 hour of working, even though I got home around noon.
Anyway, I refused to work on weekend so I just had to say no when they asked me if I would be available. Hmm..no thanks! I have to keep my work and life in balance. I am fine working a bit extra unpaid hours during 5 working days but I REFUSED to give up my weekend. I need my sanity, yo!
Anyway, this past weekend was quite nice and we felt like treating ourselves with some Thai food.
Our favorite Thai dishes pre-Paleo were Pad See Ew (stir-fried flat rice noodles with some soy sauce and meat) and Pad Thai (thin flat rice-noodles minus the peanuts). We enjoyed the dishes though majority of them tasted a bit too sweet for our taste buds but we totally enjoyed our Saturday dunch (dinner/lunch) date. It’s been a while for both us eating out as we’ve been enjoying our simple humble and yet fully nutritious home cooked meals.
Eating out was nice but I still think my own Sunday breakfast was super awesome and yummy!
Yesterday was Moon Festival which I wasn’t aware of but thank goodness I made a decision to tag along with Hubby for a dinner with his family. Usually if the gathering is on Sunday, I don’t go because I need to get up early on Mondays, but yesterday I am glad I made that decision.
Dinner was just the usual Chinese home-made food, not quite Paleo friendly with the vegetable oil, gluten soy sauce, sugar, oyster sauce and some other stuff, but surely we enjoyed the Peking duck.
A Moon Festival wasn’t complete without the mooncake. Instead of eating them, I enjoyed taking the pictures because they are indeed a piece of artwork
How was your weekend? Can you believe we are already in October??