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Over here, we cook with cooking gas which comes in tanks. It is normally delivered to our home by the nearest sundry shop. In my previous home, I used to store and extra tank so that I have back-up. Of course, over there I have plenty of space with good ventilation and it is quite alright. However, I cannot do that in my current apartment because it is risky to store those tanks as they are high inflammable and can explode too. @_@
I ran out of gas last night. I still have electric steamboat, microwave oven, grill pan and even a hot stove but it is too much of a chore to bring them out. So, we went out for our dinner last night. However, the gas man never turned up even after I had called him several times.
So, I took out my grill pan and grill everything for lunch. These are prawns, Taiwan sausages and some pork that I had seasoned last night.
Of course, the food tastes great when grilled. The prawns smell so nice I think our whole apartment unit are salivating over it.
But what I want to grill is the gas delivery man’s arse because he still hasn’t deliver the gas yet.Posted by lilian on November 12th, 2007 under Food, Information