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Saturday, 3 December 2016

Stopping For Lunch At Restoran Fook Seng, Slim River.

We timed our journey from Fraser's Hill to Slim River to have our lunch at Restoran Fook Seng. Again? We like the food here. We had lunch at the same restaurant on our way up to Fraser's Hill and now we were here again on our way back from Fraser's Hill to Ipoh.
 The lady boss of the restaurant highly recommended this fish head cooked in a clay pot dish. I can't remember the name of the fish. The reasons she gave were the fish head was very meaty and the meat texture very smooth!
 Thin slices of bitter gourd and egg omelette.
 Stir fry water convolvulus with prawn paste.
 Vegetable spikes (sayur paku or paku choy) with prawn paste.
 Stir fried roasted pork.
Total cost of lunch for 7 people incl. white rice & Chinese tea
MYR 154.10 (approx. 34.59 USD)

Address: (if you are interested)
No. 25, Jalan Mahsuri, Taman Perwira 2, 35800 Slim River.
Tel: 014 - 981 4100
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 The following photos are for joining Saturday's Critters.
While we were seated and eating chicken satay (bbq chicken meat on skewers) under the open sky one night, this cat was near our table. I made some "meow, meow" sound and it turned to look at me!
Then it did a good stretching and was minding its own business. 
Again I made some "meow, meow" sound and got back it's attention!

Linking to Saturday's Critters.

So we have seen and proved that what the prophets said came true.

You will do well to pay close attention to everything they have written,

for, like lights shining into dark corners, their words help us

to understand many things that otherwise would be dark and difficult.

But when you consider the wonderful truth of the prophets' words,

then the light will dawn in your souls and

Christ the Morning Star will shine in your hearts.

(2 Peter 1:19, The Living Bible-TLB)

I Need A New Salt And Pepper Mill.

I remembered years ago, a friend presented me a souvenir she brought back from her oversea tour. It was a salt and pepper mill made of glass and it was filled with black pepper beans. That was the first and the best pepper mill I owned at that time. Before I had this salt and pepper mill, I used to buy off the shelf pepper shaker filled with pepper power from the grocery store or supermarket.

The glass salt and pepper mill has been faithfully serving me in my kitchen all these years. The only setback is that sometimes, when my hands get a bit oily, I find it difficult to grip and twist the pepper mill. Other than that, it has been a very useful item. Glass is see-through and I know when it needs filling up with peppercorns.
Lately, I found that my salt and pepper mill’s grinding components get loosen easily after a few twists and they have to be constantly tightened. I think it is about time for me to get a new salt and pepper mill. Through the internet, I looked up the different types of pepper mills available and I think I have finally found my latest best pepper mill made from bamboo and stainless steel at ecooe.com.
The shape of the mill gives a good grip and comes with an easy twisting top. It also comes with 3 adjustable coarseness levels and 2 viewing windows for refilling of peppercorns.

Friday, 2 December 2016

Woke Up To A Stunning Sunrise At Fraser's Hill.

On the second morning and the last morning of our stay in Fraser's Hill, I got out of bed a bit reluctantly because I was feeling so cozy in bed. After I have gone through my normal morning routine, we were out of the door of the bungalow into the open sky. We took in deep breath of cool, fresh air. It was about 6.40 am and the mist has cleared.
Time was 6.40 am.
Through the trees, we caught sight of the glow of sunrise.
Only 4 of us were up looking out for the sunrise.
We gave a morning call through our smart phone to our youngest member of the group as requested by him. He wanted to join us on our early morning walking exercise, which was posted yesterday. You can click here to read and enjoy the pictures.
Meanwhile our eyes and cameras were focus on the rising sun.
All these sunrise shots were taken from in front of the bungalow.
Watching the changing patterns and clouds formation.
In between sunrise shots, I did some stretching exercises.
And some deep breathing of cool, fresh air!
Here rises the sun! Time was about 6.58 am.
What a beautiful sunrise. Awesome creation of our Creator God!
One last shot before we start our walk downhill.
Time was 11.20 am. Caught this view from the front passenger seat while we were making our way down to the lowland.
Time was 12.25 pm. The sky filled with fluffy cottony clouds.
Looking forward to our lunch at Restoran Fook Seng, Slim River, again!

Linking to Skywatch Friday.

But we are looking forward to God's promise of new heavens

and a new earth afterwards, where there will be only goodness.

Dear friends, while you are waiting for these things to happen

and for him to come, try hard to live without sinning;

and be at peace with everyone so that

he will be pleased with you when he returns.

(2 Peter 3:13-14, The Living Bible-TLB)

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