Lazy Hazy Paella Sun-Day

Ah Sunday! It's quiet and peaceful. Almost like Silent Day except cars and motorcycle still passing through in front of my house. It doesn't feel like Ramadhan in Bali. No endless prayers from mosque's tower around or any sign in the neighborhood that people are celebrating their victory over earthly temptation. I woke up hazily, had my coffee and muffin. Checked my e-mail. Showering. Continuing my re-reading of "One Hundred Years of Solitude". And then cooking.

Like many of previous holiday, today my Old Man and I cooked together. We made a pretty good team tearing down the kitchen with our cooking style which only could be described as 'chaotically cluttered'. This time we made paella, a Spanish version of Nasi Goreng.
Bon Apetit!

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