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Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Dinner With Old Friends.

Last month, we had a dinner date with some old friends. Initially, I thought of going to a Chinese restaurant but it is usually very crowded at peak dinner time. So we ended up at Pete Corner in Menglembu. This was the first experience for my friends at this place.

Below were our orders for our dinner.
Russian Chicken - MYR 17 (approx. 4.03 USD)
Mint Lamb - MYR 18 (approx. 4.27 USD)
Herbal Cheese Chicken - MYR 17 (approx. 4.03 USD)
Special Grill Lamb - MYR 18 (approx. 4.27 USD)
Stew Lamb Shank - MYR 26 (approx. 6.17 USD)
Siam Fried Yellow Noodle - MYR 5 (approx. 1.19 USD)
There is a change of business hours.

Today I am joining Tuesday Treasures at Tom's.
I hope the photos below are suitable for linking up with Tuesday Treasures.
This mini portable fan has been with me for more than 38 years.
It was presented to me by my hubby when I was working in Kuala Lumpur.
Now I am still using this fan in my kitchen.
A neglected and abandoned house.
Photos of limestone hill taken from the main road.
Linking to Tuesday Treasures.

In the last days, the mountain of the LORD's house

will be the highest of all - the most important place on earth.

It will be raised above the other hills,

and people from all over the world will stream there to worship.

(Micah 4:1, NLT)

60 comments:

  1. Yummy, those meals look delicious
    The hill looks incredible

    Kisses
    x Isabelle | Outfit Van De Dag
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    1. Thank you, Isabelle. Have a beautiful day!

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  2. All the food looks good! Including the RM5 mee.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. Have a wonderful day!

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  3. Wahhhhh... so heavy lunch ah.. I think I can skip Pete's corner.. now thinking of Delight... hahahaa..

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    1. Ha ha! Between the 2, I will chose Delight anytime!

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  4. Wow, that fan, 38 years ++ & is still working, that's a treasure to keep. That abandoned house looks spooky, eh?

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    1. Yes Irene, surprisingly the fan is still working very well. I wouldn't want to go near that house.

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  5. Those last two photos are especially beautiful, and what an amazing fan, to still be in working order. Quality like that seems to be a thing of the past.

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    1. Thank you, Cranberry. This old fan out last some of the newer fans we had.

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  6. Like the food photos and really like the old fan. It is a real collectors item. It is amazing that it is still running. They just do not make things today like they used to. Back then things were made to last. Thanks for sharing all of the pictures.

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    1. I agree about old things made to last because I have newer fans that are no more working.

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  7. Lovely dishes and times with friends are to be treasured too, Nancy!
    Those limestone cliffs are fascinating too!
    Have a lovely day!

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    1. Thank you, Christine. Have a wonderful day!

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  8. I see lots of meat there :-)) noodle stirfry looks also very tasty.

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    1. The noodle is very delicious and appetizing.

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  9. looks tasty!! and the hills viewed looks great!

    have a nice day!
    http://bunnyawn.blogspot.co.id/

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  10. WOW Nancy, that fan was built to last. Often your food looks so exotic, but these meals look like home. Thanks for sharing one of your treasures and I hope that you will return again soon.

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    1. Thank you, Tom. I would definitely love to return to your Tuesday Treasures.

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  11. I always love your foodie posts. I would love to tag along with you on one of your dinners. Yummy.

    Love that old fan. I have an electric razor that I've had since the early 70s and it still works. I use it once a week.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee for being my faithful foodie fan. Have a fabulous day too!

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  12. I will go for the chicken instead of the lamb...

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    1. Hello Sharon, not many will go for the lamb. Most will choose chicken.

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  13. Great photos of the limestone hill. The food looks like similar to what we see here. Your fan is a treasure and like someone said, they don't make anything to last now and everything ends up at the dumps or recycling. It's too bad.
    Have a great day Nancy.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. Thank you, Julia. It is so true that new things do not last like the old things. Have a great day too!

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  14. I prefer to eat lamb than chicken. So sad to see houses being abandoned. Can't the owner sell it instead if they don't want it?

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    1. Hi Mun, I love both lamb and chicken. It is a waste to just abandoned the property.

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  15. Hi Nancy - wonderful dinner that you had with friends - those are the best times! Always sad to see abandoned houses. It always makes me wish houses could tell their stories. The limestone cliffs are amazing. Thank you for visiting me - new follower :) Karen @ Beatrice Euphemie

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    1. Thank you, Karen. Have a beautiful day!

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  16. The food all looks delicious...and I love that little fan. How wonderful that it is still being used after all these years.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. This little fan has never given any problem before.

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  17. Thanks dear, following you too!!

    missunderstoodstyle.blogspot.com

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  18. Such a lovely dinner and best shared with old friends!

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    1. Thank you, Linda. It is good to catch up with old friends.

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  19. With pleasure I tried a third dish. Regards.

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    1. Thank you, Giga. Have a wonderful day!

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  20. The meals seem reasonably priced for those large portions Nancy. Wishing you a wonderful day.

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    1. Thank you, Monica. Have a wonderful day too!

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  21. my mom had a portable fan like this for more than 40 years with her.. at last she let it go when it stopped working totally.. :)

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    1. Hi Krishna, I hope my little fan will continue to function faithfully in my kitchen.

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  22. Hi Nancy, The dishes all look so yummy. So nice to gather with old friends. Love your vintage fan. Thanks for sharing your adventures. Have a great rest of the week. ;)

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    1. Thank you, Celestina. Have a wonderful and restful day!

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  23. The meals look really lovely.
    That's a good fan then, hang onto it :)

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. I am very thankful for the faithful fan.

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  24. Hello Nancy, the meals look yummy. The cliffs are beautiful, wonderful photos.
    Enjoy your day and the week ahead!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Have a wonderful day!

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  25. I'm really impressed with the long-lasting-ness of the portable fan! Mine lasted only 5 years ..haha

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. I am also surprised, yet thankful that the fan lasts so long.

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  26. Delicious looking food! I love that retro fan. And the limestone wall is interesting to see.

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    1. Thank you, Anne. We are proud of the beautiful limestone hills.

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  27. Really interesting post...thx for sharing! xx

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    1. Thank you, Beauty. Have a beautiful day!

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    1. Thank you, Vildana. Have a lovely day!

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  29. I came to get my unusual food fox and instead found this verry American and normal (for me) food. Still looks yummy. And that cliff-wow. What is in the bottom of it-it looks like there is a little cave or something? Hugs to you.

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    1. At the bottom of the cliff is a cave which is turned into temple.

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