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It’s one of those weeks when I barely have enough strength to even open a cup of instant ramen noodles.
My saving grace was my boyfriend, who was finally allowed a three-day vacation before he needed to leave again. The good thing about him was that his form of vacation and relaxation weren’t about resting or sleeping like me. His form of relaxation was to be able to do the things he couldn’t do when he’s working. He loves to cook and he loves to clean, and he always made sure he did those things whenever he’s at home and I’m working.
Last week, before the weekend, he did all the cooking and the household chores. He was a bit lucky that I wasn’t really a slob. All that he ever needed to clean after me was my empty dishes, but that’s it.
One of the foods he cooked for me that time was baked mackerel. It was simple, nothing fancy or special, but I enjoyed it. It has all the subtle flavors on it that brought out the natural flavor of the fish.
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Quick Tip: Serve over rice.