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Sunday, 24 April 2016

Drunken Chicken & Spicy Pig's Stomach Noodles In Ipoh.

2 Fridays ago, we work up to a beautiful morning. We finished our walking exercise at about 7.30 am. The following sunrise photos were taken from a moving car on our way for our breakfast.
 Thanking God for good health.
Thanking God for life.
Thanking God for eyes to see His beautiful creation.
Thanking God for family and friends and His providence.
You (God) gave me life and showed me kindness,
and in your providence watched over my spirit.
(Job 10:12, NIV)
That Friday morning, we decided to have our breakfast here at Restoran Xin Xiang Er Nong, Ipoh. It is a corner shop located at the cross junction where Jalan Tokong and Jalan Foo Eng Lin meets.
 Drunken chicken noodle (#2) for me.
 Pig's stomach noodle (#4) for hubby.
 Ordered these 2 dumplings (sui kow) from the next stall (Pan Mee stall). 
 My Drunken Chicken Noodle (misua - soft wheat noodle).
I can taste the wine in the soup.
(Drunken chicken soup, misua noodle, green veg, wood fungus. etc.)Pig's Stomach Noodle (rice vermicelli). Tasted spicy with peppercorn.
Just could not resist this miniature windmill in the plant nursery. We were there to buy a few packets of garden soil.
 After all the work in the garden and in the house, I had worked up a good appetite for my dinner.
 Hubby's plain looking dinner but he liked it.  We bought our dinner from the economy rice shop.
Sharing this sunset shot which I took from inside a moving van.
~ Wishing you a Blessed Sunday ~

51 comments:

  1. Besutiful sunrise shots.

    I like what you had for dinner.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. It was a yummy dinner.

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  2. Drunken Chicken & Spicy Pig's Stomach Noodles...sounds yummy!

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  3. Nice sunrise photos - always great to see.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. Sunrise means a new day, new hope.

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  4. Thank our God for a fruitful day!!

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  5. Sui kow is my all time favourite, hehe...

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  6. Hello Nancy, love the sunrises and the sunset. The miniature windmill is cute.
    Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Happy Sunday and enjoy your new week ahead too!

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  7. Did you had to cook your dinner after the house and garden chores? It looks good and yummy. I'm wishing on the misua breakfast you had too...love misua a lot, but I can't buy any here...only get a misua treat whenever my chinese malay friend in UK gets the opportunity to get some for me:( Still grateful...at least there's spaghetti noodle to use as substitute when nothing else:) Yes, Nancy...we have to be thankful everyday:)

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    1. After all the work, we will eat out. Our dinner were from the economy rice shop. I love misua too. I agree with you, grateful for the substitute noodles and thankful for the substitutes.

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  8. Lovely scenic shots. God is good.

    I love all your food. You eat the very best and most yummy food.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Some are our simple and common food but they can be very tasty. Have a beautiful day!

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  9. I prefer to eat drunken chicken mee suah. So tasty!

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    1. I too love drunken chicken mee suah!

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  10. Dumplings and the soup look perfect!

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

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  11. Interesting fotos.We keep in touch. xx

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

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    1. Thank you, William. Have a great day!

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  13. Beautiful sunrise photos, Nancy!

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    1. Thank you, Linda. I love sunrises.

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  14. Beautiful sunrise shots and delicious food...life is good, isn't it?

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    1. Thank you, Angie. Life is indeed very good. Thank God for His blessings!

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  15. beautiful shots loved those noodles
    Hi I am your new GFC and Google+ follower hope you like to follow back
    Glamorous without the Guilt

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    1. Thank you for your visit and comments. I have followed you back on G+ & GFC.

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  16. Are these really made of pig's stomach? They look so yummy. Beautiful sky photos again too. Happy new week. Hugs-Erika

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    1. Yes, Erika. Those are really made of pig's stomach.

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  17. I always enjoy reading and looking at your posts Nancy. Thank you :)

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

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  18. Am eyeing the yummy sui kow instead. Looks like they put a lot of things in the fillings. Here mostly only put mInce meat and yam bean only.

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    1. The sui kow very nice. Next time I want to try their pan mee. Same stall as the sui kow.

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  19. Your economy rice looks so nice put on plates. I usually just eat from the box hee..hee...

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    1. Hi Phong Hong, we ate the economy rice at the shop. Looks nicer and tastier, I think, ha ha!

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

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  21. Beautiful sunrise shots! Oo nice combo of dishes from the economy rice stall.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. This economy rice shop serves good dishes.

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  22. Wonderful sunrise and sunset views.
    Appealing dinner meal :)

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

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  23. beautiful photos like always dear Nancy ,but loved your writing under them more ,really we are grateful to God for life and health to enjoy it ,each breath is a precious gift which reveals God's love for us

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    1. Thank you, Baili. We have every reason to thank God.

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

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  25. Cute miniature windmill. Love your drunken chicken soup.

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    1. Thank you, Catherine. I used to cook my own drunken chicken soup with more wine. Ha ha...

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