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Friday, 28 April 2017

Our First Breakfast At Restoran Hao Hao, Menglembu.

The day started with a bright morning. It looked like it was going to be a hot day.
 At the recreational park, we were greeted with a "fiery" sunrise. I had to stop in my tracks to take this snapshot. Time was about 7.10 am.
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That morning, we wanted to go somewhere new for breakfast. Not actually a new place to us because we have been there for our dinner. New because it was our first time going there for breakfast.
Pre-fried noodle soup (yee meen) in clay pot for hubby. The soup was still boiling in the clay pot when it was brought to our table. Can you see the semi-cooked oink-oink liver? He has not been eating this for a long time. Not a very healthy choice. His excuse - once in a long while...
 And what was my breakfast? I took a walk to look at the few stalls and finally came to the last one selling wanton noodles. I was attracted to the picture of the chicken curry. So I settled for wanton noodle with chicken curry.
 My plain wanton noodle with some pickled green chili and veg - just normal wanton noodle.
 The chicken curry was served separately in a small bowl. It looked red and spicy but it was not very spicy. I enjoyed the potatoes in the curry. Overall, it was a nice breakfast for a change and the prices reasonable.
This photo of Restoran Hao Hao was taken earlier while we were there for dinner. If you are interested, Restoran Hao Hao is at 13-1, Jalan Kledang Timur 1, Bandar Baru Menglembu, Ipoh.
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We have very unusual weather since the beginning of this year. Most days we started with very bright and sunny morning and suddenly by afternoon dark clouds appear followed by heavy thunderstorm. A few big trees have been uprooted at the recreational park.
 Photo #1 - Sunset over Kledang Hill, Menglembu taken at about 7.30 pm.
 Photo #2 - These photos were taken from the front of my house looking eastward.

Linking to Skywatch Friday.

God makes a huge dome for the sun - a superdome!

The morning sun's a new husband leaping from his honeymoon bed,

The day breaking sun an athlete racing to the tape.

That's how God's Word vaults across the skies from sunrise to sunset,

melting ice, scorching deserts, warming hearts to faith.

(Psalm 19:4-6, The Message-MSG)

Thursday, 27 April 2017

Nyonya Kuih For Breakfast At Pusat Makanan Sun Hor Lok, Ipoh.

I didn't feel like eating noodle for breakfast. As usual hubby ordered his usual pork noodle when he is here at Pusat Makanan Sun Hor Lok. I looked around and saw some Nyonya kuih and packed nasi lemak on the tables. The kuih and nasi lemak are sold by the coffee shop boss. This time, I didn't take the nasi lemak but chose to eat the kueh.
 I took a packet of black eye bean kuih or cake and a packet of glutinous flour skin with bean paste as filling. 
 I squeezed the chili sauce onto the 2 pieces of steamed black eye bean cake @ RM 2.
 Yellow version of ang koo kuih @ RM 2.
 The kueh is packed with bean paste filling.
 Hubby's bowl of noodle - minced pork, pork slices & liver slices.
To complete our breakfast with unsweetened hot black coffee for hubby and kopi C which is unsweetened hot coffee with evaporated milk.
Best wishes from my garden. A pic of my Chinese Honeysuckle.

"Look at me. I stand at the door. I knock.

If you hear me call and open the door,

I'll come right in and sit down at supper with you.

Conquerors will sit alongside me at the head table, just as I,

having conquered, took the place of honor at the side of my Father.

That's my gift to the conquerors!

(Revelation 3:20-21, The Living Bible-TLB)

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Sharing Beautiful Flowers And Plants From My Garden.

In today's post I am sharing some photos of flowers and plants from my garden. These photos were taken some time ago. These same flowers are now blooming in my garden and same plants are fruiting like the Okra and Bitter Gourd plants. It had been raining the whole of yesterday, on and off until this morning. At this moment, the sun is shining bright and strong over us here in Ipoh and the current temperature is about 32 deg. C - the best time to stay indoor away from the strong sun.
Pretty Begonia blooming all over my side garden.
 These Begonia plants started to sprout during this rainy season.
 These were all self seeded and they appear in the wet season.
 They can be found growing from the ground in between flower pots.
 They can be found growing where they are not stepped on.
 They grow wild in my garden, they bloom and the seeds will disperse on its own throughout my garden. The seeds stay dormant and will sprout when the next rainy season starts.
 Next are these pretty and little bright yellow flowers of the Bitter Gourd plants.
 Some of the flowers will turn into fruits for me to harvest for my dinner.
 These are my Okra or Ladies Fingers plants growing in pots.
I have altogether 8 plants. 2 plants growing in each pot.
 I have to harvest the fruit before they over matured.
Or else they become hard and fibrous.
 This is the Okra flower.
 Love the colour of the Okra flower.
 One morning, I can harvest 8 fruits from 8 plants.
Another morning, I get to harvest these fruits.

Linking to Floral Passions.

For God, who gives seed to the farmer to plant,

and later on good crops to harvest and eat,

will give you more and more seed to plant and

will make it grow so that you can give away

more and more fruit from your harvest.

(2 Corinthians 9:10, The Living Bible-TLB)

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Steamed Glutinous Rice Chicken & Steamed Dishes For Dinner.

This particular morning we didn't go for our morning walk. We got up early as usual but cancelled our walk because it was drizzling outside. We waited till the rain stopped and we went out for breakfast. It was a cool and gloomy day.
Photo #1 - Sunrise at 7.45 am while driving out to town from home.
Photo #2
Photo #3
Hubby drove to Kedai Kopi Yee Fatt or Yee Fatt Coffee Shop, opposite Methodist Girls' Secondary School.
For a change I wanted to eat this steamed glutinous rice with chicken and Chinese sausage. Hubby ordered the usual dry chicken curry noodle (no curry noodle photo to show).
I love this soft and moist glutinous rice.
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No home cooking that evening. Hubby called up to book fish for dinner.
Steamed dishes for dinner at Kedai Kopi Tai Kung or Tai Kung Coffee Shop.
2 pieces steamed grouper fish slices with garlic oil and soy sauce, garnished with green onion.
Steamed pork belly with taro or yam. Love the soft, powdery texture of the yam.
Double steamed yellow cucumber soup.
This was our dinner eaten with white rice.
Evening sky at 6.40 pm on our way home from dinner.
The whole day was cloudy and gloomy.
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More photos from Classic Dining Restaurant for joining Tuesday's Treasures & Image-in-ing.
Cute little hanging planters.
These are artificial plants. They look real from afar.
Traditional Chinese Ceramic Wine Jars.
Stone hand sculture in glass showcase.
Door handles and knockers.
Beautiful umbrella lamp shade hanging from the ceiling.

No one lights a lamp and hides it! Instead, he puts it on

a lamp stand to give light to all who enter the room.

(Luke 11:33, The Living Bible-TLB)

Monday, 24 April 2017

Dim Sum At Restoran Foh San & A Giant Chair.

Hello, friends! This particular morning, we skipped our early morning walk because we could hear the soft peter patter of raindrops on the awning outside our kitchen windows. After a while the peter patter stopped, it was only a slight drizzle and I went out to the garden.
A reflection of the morning's sunrise over Kledang Hill, Ipoh.
We parked the car opposite this building.
Looks like not much progress compared to the picture below..
This picture  was taken in September, 2015, about 18 months ago.
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We were at Foh San Dim Sum Restaurant for breakfast with friends.
The last time we were here was 18 months ago.
Thank you, friends for the yummy breakfast treat.
4 fish balls for 4 people.
2 steamed buns with minced meat (sang yoke pau).
This is the inside of the steamed bun.
Deep fried prawns dumplings with mayonnaise.
Deep fried stuffed eggplant or brinjal.
Cut into 4 pieces.
Stir fried white radish cake with preserved salted radish, eggs, beansprouts and chili sauce.
Chive and prawn dumplings. Somebody's chopsticks were faster than my camera. Lol!
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On the way home, we stopped to buy some tools.
Saw this giant stainless steel chair on display in front of the shop.
It takes a giant to sit on this giant chair.

We even saw giants there, the descendants of Anak.

Next to them we felt like grasshoppers,

and that's what they thought, too!"

(Numbers 13:33, New Living Translation-NLT)

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