The past couple of days have been frustrating. My blog was deactivated due to exceeding the SQL database limit, but wait it get’s even worse! After I was asked for an upgrade (disregarding the fact that it was a cost increase to maintain this blog from now on) which I performed, my blog was still deactivated which was eventually fixed after another upgrade after multiple phone calls to the technical support team. For the past three years, I have been working on this blog myself from blog design, learning about photography, “food styling”, researching which plugins to install to improve readers experience. For the first time in three years, I felt helpless and out of my dept. For the first time in three years, I decided to hire someone to fix the blog for me.
Let’s hope that this incident won’t happen again. Fingers crossed. I’m grateful that my beloved and Matt from Off the Hook Marketing (based in Orange, NSW) have done a wonderful job to get my blog up and running. It was a relief that I could come back to do what I knew better – cooking and eating ha! I hope all of you are as happy as I am to be back up and running
When I thought of omelette, I thought of breakfast. With that being said, it is not unusual to have omelette for lunch and dinner. Unlike breakfast omelette, the omelettes I made for lunch and dinner tended to be packed with stronger flavours such as more onions, scallions, garlic or chilli. I have gone as far as adding chopped coriander! If you are familiar with oyster omelette in Malaysia, garlic, chilli and fresh coriander combination in an omelette will take you to the oyster omelette memory lane.
On this post, I would like to share with you on how to add more fish in your diet with minimal fuss. Sometimes when I was not in the mood of handling raw fish, I relied pretty heavily on ready made smoked salmon fillets. These were another option for people who dislike the taste of cooked fresh salmon. The added smokiness would dampen the “fishiness” a little. Adding smoked salmon into omelette may not be revolutionary but making into a meal with cooked brown rice, sautéed sugar snaps and baby sweet corns with a final drizzling of Indonesian sweet soy sauce, Sriracha and generous amount of chopped scallions may be.
P/S: I appreciate your words of support when my blog was out of action. Thanks for the cute cat photo you’ve posted on my Facebook to cheer me up, Alice!