Friday, March 11, 2011

Fried Rice and iPhones

I've been a bit of a slack blogger; I started back at uni last week and the sewing machine has pretty much sat idle since then, as I comprehend the number of assignments I need to complete over the next three months.

Last night for dinner I whipped up a quick and easy fried rice. For this one all you need is some cooked rice (preferably cooled), and whatever "filling" you want. I use bacon, some cooked egg, peas, carrot (pre-cooked) and corn kernals. Mix the whole lot together in a frying pan until warmed through then glug over some soy sauce and serve! Bean shoots are a nice addition too, but mine was a 'what's in the fridge?' dinner.

I have been doing a little bit of sewing; some iPhone/iPod pouches for my next market. Just a handful to see if there is any interest, though I'm finding that what sells well one market can sit untouched the next.


Jackie's Stitches said...

The fried rice looks delicious! My mom used to make it when I was growing up but she used Spam. I used to love it the way she made it then. Now not so much, I'd much prefer some "real" type of meat/protein.

You'll have no problems getting through uni!

MJ said...

I really like the iphone pouches!

I know what you mean about Uni - I am sitting here procrastinating when I am supposed to be reading about curriculum as a narrative *yawn*

Renee said...

oops - sorry Kate, that last comment was me! I didn't realise my husband was still logged in!