Have a bunch of potatoes at home and don't know what to do with them? Try this ridiculously easy home made potato wedges! Just need a few minutes preparations and then pop them in the oven!
While waiting, you can do revision for your upcoming tests. Hehe.
White pepper (ni pun aku tambah memandai je)
(I put rosemary instead of oregano cause we don't have them at home. sesuka hati je ubah resipi)
Mana-mana yang takde tu tak payah letak pun takpe. Taram je apa-apa yang rasa boleh ngam. Yang penting ada paprika, black pepper. Olive oil boleh letak minyak masak, paprika boleh ganti dengan serbuk cili. Baru rasa spicy sikit gitu. Aha..
Cut the potatoes into long wedges, not too thin not too thick.
Acano nak potong potato jadi bentuk macam wedges, figure out sendiri. Sonang yo.
You don't have to peel the potatoes though.
Mix all the ingredients with the potatoes. Then bake the potatoes for about 35 minutes. Don't forget to preheat the oven to about 180 C.
I prefer to add grated cheese after the potatoes have been in the oven about 20 minutes and put them back into the oven for the remaining 15 minutes. Because I don't want the cheese to be too crispy and dried out. I want to be a little melty.
You can sprinkle some salt and black pepper if you want after they are cooked.
Pengat pisang. Nampak tak? Ada sagu!
Sekian laporan memasak bergambar.
Maybe we should write a book on how to survive in medical schools and put all the recipes we have tried. Hoho.
Yesterday, I attended a memorial service for UCD's anatomical donor. Precisely, a multifaith service and remembrance for those who have DONATED THEIR BODIES to the cause of medical education and research. The whole thing took place in a church in our college.
We: the students, lecturers... of UCD basically wanted to show our greatest gratitude and appreciation to those amazing individuals and also to their wonderful family members for their generosity, courage and sacrifices they have made
Whoever is willing to donate his/her body that person is SO BRAVE! and so are their family. It 's definitely not an easy thing to do. It's not like donating some money to poor kids that you met on the streets. The donors: They are teachers , who are silent but the knowledge we gained from them will be forever useful.
What was amazing is that every major faith that we have here: Islam, Christian, Jews, Sikh, Hindu, Buddhist, we recite prayers according to our own religion. Well.. that just show how wonderful the world will be if only.. we respect other religions. Respect does not mean accept. In between the prayers, the students performed a few songs like Grateful Hearts (mandarin song), Kau yg teristimewa (yeay.. Malay song!), Hero, a few piano pieces etc..
One of the things that I like about studying abroad is that you learn to differentiate what really are open minded and narrow minded (of course from my perspective as a Muslim). Yes, they are open about wearing swimming suit to beach, belum kahwin dah macam kahwin, minum etc.. but they are also open about criticisms and also like multifaith service that I mentioned here. In Malaysia, there had been a few issues regarding leaders who attend other religion's ceremony and went to their rumah ibadah. I am not saying we should allow any muslims or malaysians to go to rumah ibadah agama lain anytime they feel like it. It depends on the situation and the reason why you go there. We are living in a diverse culture.
Giving after living!
What can you do to gain something continuously even after you're dead?
They sacrificed their bodies for medical education and research.
and Knowledge never dies.