The eSports King’s Crush - Chapter 60
As she stood there, Mo Bei was undoubtedly eye-catching!
After all, at this age, no one had truly mastered such cutting skills.
While her tall back stood gracefully in the kitchen, it created a visual impact.
Meanwhile, as the kitchen knife lifted and landed, a stark contrast formed between her adept, quick action and her aloof, nonchalant nature.
It reminded Feng Nai of a certain baking photograph that his brother had received previously. He looked slightly more absent-minded now.
Meanwhile, Granny Gray was fidgeting. He repeatedly asked his teammates in a soft voice, “Are you guys sure that Mo Nan can cook?”
Panda leaned over to whisper in his ear. “Don’t worry. I’ve tasted his cooking before.”
Mo Bei had not expected to see an entire team of people in the living room when she walked out of the kitchen after some time.
Her hands were carrying a rice cooker, her sleeves were slightly rolled-up, and she had an indifferent expression on her face.
Except the Captain, who held a grudge against her, everyone else had set their bowls and cutlery in front of them.
She still looked as cold and detached as before.
The people sitting at the table were slightly disappointed. After all, judging by the sounds they had heard, they had been expecting many dishes.
Even if there wasn’t that much food, he couldn’t just be feeding them plain white rice.
They indeed had not heard oil splattering.
Never mind, right now, having rice seemed good too.
Their supper had always been delivered food, takeaway or instant noodles, so this had already exceeded their expectations.
At the very least, they did not smell burned food.
At this thought, the entire team glanced in Han Xi’s direction.
Dark chef Han Xi was speechless.
Mo Bei did not look at anyone else. After placing the rice cooker in the middle of the dining table, she walked back into the kitchen.
When she appeared once more, there was a small white bowl in her hand.
It seemed to contain some sort of seasoning.
Panda only felt the waft of a fragrance float past his nose.
Then, he saw the cook open the rice cooker.
When the steaming hot water vapor surged out, it was accompanied by an appetizing aroma!
Everyone around realized that this was not a pot of ordinary, plain rice.
In the pot were ham cubes, chicken cubes, potato cubes, cucumber cubes, and carrot cubes, all of them mixed with the rice. The food was utterly fragrant.
Mo Bei lifted her hand. When the gravy in the bowl was added, the aroma of the cooked rice was on full blast.
Her handsome face was tilted to the side as she used the scoop to mix the rice a little. Then, she announced coolly, “You guys can eat now.”
The few people seated at the table were already stunned. Disbelief was evident in their shaking eyes, and they did not move for a long time.
When he heard that voice, he’d still thought this was an illusion. However, when the rice entered his mouth, Granny Gray stopped talking altogether and moved his wooden chopsticks swiftly. It was so delicious that he couldn’t even bother to talk!
He finally knew why Chief had recruited Mo Nan into the battle team!
Given his cooking skills, even though recruiting him would cause them trouble, they wouldn’t be losing out!
However, Feng Nai did not eat that rice. He only sat there languidly and fiddled with his lighter. The ends of his black hair were still slightly wet.
He remained in this state until he pushed open the door and walked into the bedroom.
There was already a person on the other bed.
It seemed like he’d just finished washing up, as his hair was very wet. His loose, black t-shirt made him look like he’d lost the ruthlessness he’d had while exchanging blows with him on the field.
The aloofness he radiated from inside out was still present though.
Feng Nai did not speak. He just casually tossed his lighter onto his bedside cabinet.
Mo Bei had headed upstairs after cooking. She had been particularly careful when washing up, to avoid spending alone time with him.
Upon seeing Feng Nai come up too, she looked down and stepped aside in an effort to grab her towel.
The two of them approached each other in the bedroom.
Although there was a certain gap in terms of height, in terms of aura, no one was giving in to the other person…