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Monday, 16 May 2022

Lunch At Sushi Wafu, Ipoh

Last week, a friend wanted to give us a lunch treat at a Japanese eatery. When we reached the place, we found that the place was undergoing some renovation. Her son then drove us to Sushi Wafu which we haven't been to.

Banner on the wall.
We were the first customers to reach just around 12pm. We let the young man ordered for us because he is more familiar with the names on the menu.
This is my favourite - pickled ginger. At first glance, I thought it was pickled carrot due to its colour. While waiting for the orders to be prepared and served, we enjoyed some items from the conveyor belt.
We took 2 plates of the above, each with different types of filling.
One of this,
and this,
 and this.
We ordered 4 main items with 4 side dishes. I missed out some of the food items. I will just briefly mention whatever I know about the food as I do not know their actual name on the menu.
This is one of the main with eel and rice in it.
Each main set is served on a tray with a bowl of miso soup, chawanmushi, 3 pieces of cut orange, and a paper cup for free flow ice cream. We removed the trays to make room for the side dishes.
I think this is another set - tempura prawns with rice.
Another set - fried chicken curry with rice.
I am not sure if this a main or a side dish.
Omelette with bonito fish flakes
Fried chicken.
Gyozi dumplings.
I like this Chawanmushi (steamed egg custard).
Mural of a school on the concrete wall surrounding the Chinese school.

Linking to Monday Mural.

You are my hiding place from every storm of life;
you even keep me from getting into trouble!
You surround me with songs of victory.
I will instruct you (says the Lord) and guide you
along the best pathway for your life;
I will advise you and watch your progress.
(Psalm 32:7-8, The Living Bible-TLB)

Saturday, 14 May 2022

Fried beef noodle, porridge, chicken prawn noodle & millet dumplings

There was one morning when we were looking forward to try the fried noodle at this coffee shop at the junction where Jalan Pasir Pinji and Jalan Prince meet. 

As I approached the stall to place my order, I saw that they also serve fried beef noodle. I ordered a plate of fried rice vermicelli with beef slices with egg. While we were eating the noodle, the cook came to ask our review of his fried noodle. Hubby's feedback was that it was nice but a bit salty for his taste. So next time, we will request for less salty because other customers may not have any complain.
A bowl of our favourite shredded chicken and prawn flat rice noodle (kai si hor fun).
We also ordered a small bowl of rice porridge with roasted pork bones for sharing.
This place serves good coffee at RM2.20.
Overall, we enjoyed our breakfast that morning.
This is the name of the coffee shop in Chinese.
Our simple lunch.
A friend blessed us with 2 frozen millet dumpling (bak chang with millet), vacuum packed.
They were slow steamed over medium low heat.
Millet dumpling with leaves wrapping removed.
Millet dumpling with its filling consisting of pork belly, salted egg yolk, & etc.
Thanks to our friend for these tasty dumplings.
Home cooked dinner.
Home grown white bitter gourds from our old bitter gourd vines. The vines have been producing both big and small bitter gourds.
I used all the above bitter gourds to boil soup with pork rib, carrot, goji berries, and red dates.
Omelette with home grown Chinese chives (kuchai).
Chili oil as condiment.
The above was our "no rice" dinner.
A dear friend sent me the following photo.
Emerald moth
Photo credited to Marie.

Salvation is not a reward for the good we have done,
so none of us can take any credit for it.
(Ephesians 2:9, The Living Bible-TLB)

Friday, 13 May 2022

Gulai Lemak Udang (Prawn Curry) & Roasted Pork For Dinner

We had a lovely sunrise on this particular morning.

Lovely pink sunrise.
Took these snapshots on our morning walk.

Beautiful sunrise.
We walked to our regular coffee shop for breakfast.
We shared a bowl of fish noodle.
Polo bun sandwich with ham and fried egg for sharing.
I ordered herbal tea and hubby ordered unsweetened coffee (kopi-C kosong).
After breakfast, we visited an old friend who came back from KL during the Hari Raya weeklong holiday.
We met at a food court near to her place. We ordered cold drinks and our favourite snack. The days pass by so fast and we want to appreciate every moment together.
Home cooked dinner.
Gulai lemak udang or Prawn curry with turmeric and coconut milk. I used belimbing buluh and pineapples. This was suppose to be a one dish dinner.
Just as I was halfway cooking the prawn curry, my neighbour handed over some roasted pork. When the prawn curry was cooked, I handed over a portion to them.
A blessing that we are neighbours.
Ixora flowers from my garden.
It was in a semi shaded place, now we have moved it to an open space without shade.

The LORD himself watches over you!
The LORD stands beside you as your protective shade.
(Psalm 121:5, New Living Translation-NLT)
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