Fang Talks

Why can't I hold all these slogans?

As some of you may know by now, today marks the start of my three-week home alone period.

I’ve done this before, though it only lasted a week then. Three weeks is quite longer a timespan, though I still think I’ll manage just fine. Going to visit friends or have friends come over often anyway, so at least I won’t get lonely!

This also means I’ll have to keep myself well-fed, implying I’ll be making my own dinner. And I will… after I’ve gone through all the leftovers in the fridge and eaten so much pizza I can no longer stand the sight of one.

I’ll definitely be getting creative with noodles, but other than that, do you guys have any cool ideas as to what I should cook? Perhaps it’s a common recipe where you’re from, but rather unknown in most other places? I’m interested, and want to learn how to cook more culinary advanced foods.

Let me know in the comments what you’d like to see me make! (Cakes and other snacks allowed!)
~ Fang


  • 08/07/2012 (6:06 AM)

    Simple Asian dishes – fried noodles, stir fried veggies?

  • 07/07/2012 (6:43 PM)

    Spaghetti boulagnese? Soup? Salad? Oven chips? Pies? lol!

  • 06/07/2012 (10:06 PM)

    I like ratatouille! :3

  • 06/07/2012 (9:12 PM)

    It’s not possible to eat so much pizza you don’t want to see it any more. That’s the joy of pizza, you can just put something new on it. I think I could survive a week on my own, but three? That I’m not so sure about. It’s not that I’m dependent it’s just that I wouldn’t be able to replenish food supplies.

    Three weeks of noodles anyone?

  • 06/07/2012 (7:49 PM)

    When it comes to recipes, the best place to find easy/creative/reallyreallygood stuff right now is Pinterest. I’ve gathered literally hundreds of great recipes from there. Anything from the basics to some really complex French/Thai/Cantonese stuff. Definitely check it out.

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