The trials & tribulations of having a live-in chef (or living & feasting in our cottage in Seremban, and now Beijing)

Sunday, 22 May 2011

The Dancing Chef

Big Chef is dancing in the kitchen today. He's in the kitchen of our cottage in Seremban, cooking a pasta lunch - rigatoni pasta, chorizo sausage, lentils, fagioli beans - big headphones blasting his favourite house music, bobbing, banging and weaving in the kitchen. He's happy. Big glass of Belgian beer on the bench. 12% alcohol. Of course he's happy.









We're always happy in Seremban. We bought the house in April 2010, took it over in June 2010 and have been coming down here during weekends, slowly fixing things up whilst enjoying the relaxed environment here. It is so incredibly relaxing and peaceful here. Except for Mr Lawnmower Man this morning waking us up. Oh well, it was time to have our poached eggs sprinkled with chives, sauted mushrooms, tomatoes and baby spinach. Beautiful.

Oh, this is my first blog. I'm Apple. He's the Big Chef. We normally live in a hotel in Kuala Lumpur Mondays to Friday. Weekends we used to take off to stay in an apartment in Damansara, hang out in Bangsar, have our pork porridge in Lucky Gardens, Illy coffee at Bangsar Village - we are terribly predictable ! Now that we have the Seremban place, we much prefer going there for our weekends.


3 comments:

Garrett said...

So far so good.....but I can make more positive comments if I get to taste the food that Big Chef makes...

Way said...

I like how he cooks his pasta in a wok! :-)

Android said...

Hey there...

Welcome to Cyberworld!
And all that pictures are making me feeling hungry already...:=)

Viv xxx