Good Mornings for a Saturday (March 9)

Sorry for the recent absence. Things I have NOT been doing: moping over my plantar fasciitis-ed foot (although I’m still pretty annoyed at him), panicking over every PF horror story I read on the internet, researching the most obscure PF-treatment methods I can find.  Things I HAVE been doing: spinning, yoga, running 1-2 miles at a time, and working on a few other projects.  Posting will be back to normal this weekend.  Cheers!

Best Shopping List EVER.Best Shopping List EVER.
Need I say more?

2 Otah“Otah” is a spicy fish cake served in a banana leaf.
The dish is called otak in Malay and Indonesian.
Otak means “brains”.  Apparently this soft, squishy fish cake looks like brains?

3 Crazy Cute KMNAsians: Promoting peace in photographs around the world…
And flashing some UCLA pride.
Love this guy.

4 Sugar Plums!!!Now I know what was dancing through the heads of the nestled children!
I’d probably call these “plums”, since they’re fresh, not dried.
But, details.

5 Pizza AttemptAttempt #3 at homemade pizza.
I’m feeling good about how much better our homemade pizzas are coming out.
Then I read the posts from a few lovely lady-runner-bloggers,
who wrote about and photographed
the delicious NJ post-run pizza they enjoyed last weekend…
*slightly jealous*

6 Zombies and BrainsAn informational pamphlet from the doctor’s office.
Note the items in the red square (my emphasis).
Toto, I don’t think we’re in the USA anymore.
Also, as KMN noted, the zombies are gonna be needing some Statins…

What single item constitutes a “shopping list” for you?
Despite what the list above suggests, mine is MILK.

Ever eaten brains?

 

13 thoughts on “Good Mornings for a Saturday (March 9)

  1. Sarrilly

    Haha, find it very amusing that your foot is a he. 🙂

    Also? I approve of your shopping list. Though mine would probably say “bag/box of chocolates,” not just “chocolate bar.” hehe.

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    1. Holly KN Post author

      It’s fun…but still not as good as authentic pizzeria pizza! We’re working on it, though. 🙂

      I wasn’t looking up horror stories. I really, really wasn’t. I was confused enough by the two major (conflicting) schools of thought for treatment that are already widely discussed. =)

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  2. Jean

    Stay away from Dr. Google; the only thing that comes of it is unnecessary panic! And, well, occasionally good advice.

    So many brains. I think I’d be better able to stomach fish brains (as opposed to mammal brains) IF ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY, but fortunately if it’s ever offered to me I now have the “I’m watching my cholesterol intake” excuse. Thanks!

    I’m not sure what my one-item list would have… “pizza” counts as one item, right? I’m going pizza.

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    1. Holly KN Post author

      Brilliant! Never even thought of using cholesterol as an excuse. [Thankfully, being white is usually excuse enough. I’ll eat a lot of Asian food, but I do not, on principle eat organs.]

      Pizza? I think you were just feeling influenced by my tasty looking pizza. And if you’re such a pizza-lover, how could you *not* love NY/NJ???? 😉

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  3. Nicole P

    So jealous of your oven…homemade pizza Saturday is a ritual Jon and I missed while there but the best pizza we found there is conveniently located near fusionopolis fitness first. You should check out: http://verve.sg/?page_id=20 Verve is along the lines of Veneto’s on East Ave if you ever went there. Looks like they have more locations now too. But your pizza looks amazing too!

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      1. Holly KN Post author

        Didn’t even notice. And with the whole thumb-thing, you can have all the grammar-passes you want. 🙂

        Have seen Verve; haven’t been; will have to try. [Def. liked Veneto’s!]

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  4. torontorunner

    hahahahhaha LOVE that shopping list. MY kinda list!
    Imagine eating brains..I cringed just reading that.

    Impressssed with your homemade pizza. I’ve never ever attempted making one before!

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    1. Holly KN Post author

      Thankfully, we don’t get served actual brains all that often. Other organs (stomach, intestines, etc.) are fair game, though. I usually decline – I know too much about how they look/work in real life to appreciate eating them.

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    1. Holly KN Post author

      Hi Cori! Thanks. The only other thing I can think of needing is…well, milk. And I’ve usually got that covered, too. I live a charmed life! 😉

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