“Lou Mei” – Sounding a tad too vulgar to be a vegetarian dish, this platter of mixed braised ingredients (dominantly soybean-based products with a flour-y finish) appears only ONCE a year. During the Nine Emperor Gods’ Festival (9 Wong Yeh Dan).
From the title alone, I guess you might have a very rough idea on where this is going.
Yup, another one of those infamous Motormouthing sessions. On a sunny Friday peppered with rainfall in certain areas in the Klang Valley. And me here hibernating at home with an almighty MC to approve of this additional/unofficial rest day.
Since started working almost half a century’s ago (hehe, felt like that … really), I have NEVER taken an MC from a private practitioner. Nope, seriously. Zero, zilch, nil.
Not bragging, since I’d rather used up a day of EL (emergency leave), than searching frantically for a clinic in the neighbourhood (and since moving to KL, my directions have all been haywire), register myself at the premise then wait obediently with a mild sickness while observing my surrounding populated by …. equally sick people.
Or worse, terribly sick ones.