After almost three weeks of massive eating, it’s so good to be back home! My sis and I, along with our Mom, travelled to Indonesia in early May. We also made a quick stop in Hong Kong to visit our cousin who just had her baby. I really enjoyed the whole trip, especially since we ate nonstop daily. Literally, nonstop. We constantly ate a full meal every 2 or 3 hours. I’m just happy my skinny jeans still fits.
The first few days of coming back was a torture. I had the worst jet lag ever and I slept all day and all night. Mom was also fighting her jet lag and is still doing it until today. She tried so many ways to overcome the jet lag including taking sleeping pills, but those don’t help either. We’re hoping she’s getting better in the next few days.
While I had too much fun and freedom, the hubs was having the opposite. He is busy preparing for his CFA test which will be happening soon so I left him with all the goodies in the fridge and hoping he would enjoy his quiet time while I was away. This was the first time that we’ve been apart for more than one week since we got married; hence he was so darn excited to see me back and I was spoilt rotten. I came home to a bouquet of roses, clean home, and beautiful garden, (I asked him to water my plants) but an empty fridge. He’s totally living a bachelor’s lifestyle with bread and smoked salmon. That’s it!
Couple days after I came back, we celebrated our wedding anniversary. Nothing fancy because he was still busy studying and had to catch up with his sleeping; hence we only got bagels for breakfast. That’s how fancy we were. Ever since I returned from my holiday, I’ve been craving for American foods – burgers, pancakes, bagels, anything but Asian foods. I’m so done with them, hence my first meal coming back was In-n-Out.
And today I’m making a twist on BLT sandwich. Everybody knows what BLT is and I got this idea from my friend in Canada when she shared about adding Nutella to the BLT. I rolled my eyes when I first heard it but eager to give it a try and now I’m loving it! If you have problems deciding between sweet or savory for your next meal, you need to give this a try. Nutella BLT has everything you crave for – sweets, savory, crunchy, and a fun twist to your regular meal.Print
- 1⁄2 lb bacon (approx. 12 slices)
- 8 slices sourdough bread
- 8 leaves iceberg lettuce, fresh and full
- 8 slices of ripened tomatoes
- About 2 tbs Nutella spread
- Cook bacon until crispy, then drain on paper towels.
- Toast the 8 slices of bread.
- Spread the Nutella on each slice of toasted bread, to taste.
- Add lettuce leaves to 4 pieces of Nutella-spreaded toast.
- Add slices of tomato on top of lettuce.
- Arrange slices of bacon evenly on top of tomato.
- Put the remaining 4 pieces of Nutella-spreaded toast on top and enjoy.
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