0n buka puasa
Continue yesterday's story.....So off we went to Pasar Ramadhan (PR)Jalan Stadium at 3.30pm. Not much crowd. And if Pak Lah took 50 mins at PR Jalan Raja Alang, it took us 15 mins only. Not that the stalls are few but his truly only went for his choice, ya lah 'siput sedut', sorry,"jalang-jalang", "walk-walk and see-see" is not him. I went my way looking for 'Soto Zul" and in my hurry (brisk walk) missed his stall. Instead I bought tako, badak berendam as moreh after terawikh. Bought also simple Simon, plain Jane Mi Hun Bodoh . I took several snap shots and the traders must have thought 'hey reporter mana pulak ni'. That's not all. We went across to the normal food stalls, near the wet market to get his favourite 'murtabak'. Murtabak again? Not for me, 'Apam balik a.k.a apam M'kabau (introduced by the Minangkabaus) would be fine. Well, that's it. Dear readers,for breaking of fast we usually go light-light, like, murtabak for him and that apam balik for me (or that plain 'mi hun' ). After terawikh, real dinner for him but me, sorry, rice for sahur, okey. Our breaking of fast usually is so calm, no rebut-rebut, no coloured ice drink. About the lauk pauk, his choice yesterday were siput sedut (sahur cannot sedut kuat-kuat, neighbour can hear), gulai kawah (famous in Pahang, a no, no for me), jantung pisang masak putih (no kick!) and rendang limpa (okey once a while). Yours truly made sambal belacan (a must for him) and sambal kicap cili api to give the mi hun a kick! Maybe back home in Bukit China it will be a different scenario on buka puasa : good cook there, tempting food with hungry eaters too (how not to eat)with stories to share over buka puasa.
Have a happy buka puasa to all!!