During Ching Ming, one of my brother-in-law bought a whole roasted siew chee. He struck 4-D every year before Ching Ming. So, every Ching Ming he will sponsor a siew chee to offer to his parents (my parents-in-law). One siew chee costs about RM300-RM400.

The sil gave me half a chee’s head, with tongue and teeth and ear plus a few slices of meat. Ewwss…

I was grumbling to my dear atm that I feel shortchanged ‘cos those parts meant for choy keok are not meaty. He insisted that he did take the foreleg of the chee. I told him, more like the nails of the chee. Blek, where are the crispy skin? I already told my sil that I want to marn chee keok and I marn the best chee keok on earth.

I had bought a few heads of kai choy and hum choy, tomatoes, carrots, lemon grass and and etc so I am now marning-chee keok with kai choy.

chinese horoscope - pig, rat (2008)

In case you don’t know what is a chee, nay, the above golden colour one. Except that’s a wild one.

If you want to get the recipe for kiam chye boey, or choy keok, you can have the recipe for chye boey here.

piggie

Since I got back to eating meat, I have grown so FAT! My jeans feel like ketupat casing. In case you do not know what is ketupat casing, it is the tight casing covering the blob of rice, about to burst. I am in dire need to cutting down my meat intake.

And someone just offered me some detox programme. Jeng, jeng, jeng….When I start it, it is going to be seven days of whining about ‘how I miss meat and pigging out’.

pig

Yes, I am going on a detox programme. Yes, I am going on a detox programme.
Yes, I am going on a detox programme. Yes, I am going on a detox programme.
Yes, I am going on a detox programme. Yes, I am going on a detox programme.

Right after I am satisfied with eating my choy keok.