The convenient Bride

Chapter 224: A Sad Past

Rosiley rested at home for a few days. She either watched soap operas or learned to cook from Sasha. Her daily life was a little boring.

 

Today, Sasha said that she wanted to teach her how to make the sweet-and-sour pork ribs that Sachin liked the most.

 

Rosiley immediately ran into the kitchen with a notebook in her arms.

 

In the kitchen, Sasha was cleaning the ribs. When seeing her come in, she said half-jokingly with a smile, "Ma'am, you came here so fast after hearing this is Mr. Sachin's favorite dish."

 

Rosiley knew that Sasha was teasing her, but she didn't feel annoyed. Instead, she said as if it was a matter of course, "That's right. It's said that the quickest way to a man's heart is through his stomach. As long as I learn how to cook his favorite dishes, I think he won't be able to leave me forever.”

 

Suddenly, a scene appeared in her mind: Sachin begged her to make sweet-and-sour pork ribs for him with tears streaming down his face. He cried so pitifully and sadly.

 

She couldn't help giggling.

 

Sasha didn't know what was on her mind. Seeing her giggling, she asked, "Ma’am, what are you thinking? You giggle like a lovely child.”

 

Sasha's voice brought her back to her senses. Seeing Sasha's puzzled expression, Rosiley gave a short laugh and quickly changed the topic. Pointing at the ribs in the pot, she asked, "Sasha, how many times should I wash the ribs?"

 

Her question immediately diverted Sasha's attention. "Just wash them two or three times, for I still need to boil them in water later.”

 

"Oh, I see." Rosiley nodded and pointed at the book in her hand. With a smile, she said to Sasha, "I'll write this down first.”

 

She directly spread out the book on the counter. Lowering her head, she quickly wrote down this step with her pen.

 

During this time, Sasha also finished washing the ribs.

 

Then Sasha taught her how to make the sweet-and-sour pork ribs that Sachin liked the most.

 

Rosiley wrote down everything she needed to remember in her notebook.

 

Making the sweet-and-sour pork ribs already cost a long time. Since Sasha also needed to teach her, it took them more than an hour to finish cooking the dish.