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Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Bubur Cha Cha & Hakka Noodles For Breakfast.

It rained the whole night till early next morning. When were started out for breakfast, it was still drizzling. We wanted to introduce wanton mee to our friends but unfortunately, the shop was closed due to roadworks in front of the shop. We then drove to Jalan Dato Tahwil Azhar to see if the Hakka noodle stall was opened for business and it was! The place was already filled except for 1 or 2 tables.
 While waiting for the noodles (quite a long wait), we enjoyed our Bubur Cha Cha, a sweet dessert consisting of sweet potatoes, yam, black eye beans, sago, etc in coconut milk.
We were seated at the 5 foot way and then this heavy machinery came and started digging the road in front of the next door shop.
 Those seated in front were all eyes on them.
 I guess it was a burst or leaking water pipe.
Now where is our breakfast photos? All because I was so taken up by what was happening here,
 Since I have no noodles photos to show you, I will share this noodle making machine with you. This was found in one of the coffee shops I visited some time back.
 It is used for making Pan Mee or Ban Mee.
And here are some photos I have taken while I was at a biscuit shop.
 Paintings on the wall inside the shop showing the making of biscuits.
 Making of biscuits "Heong Piah".
This old fashioned oven is the traditional way of baking "Heong Piah" biscuits.


It is God who clothes the wild grass -

grass that is here today and gone tomorrow, burned up in the oven.

Won't he be all the more sure to clothe you?

What little faith you have!

(Luke 12:28, Good News Translation-GNT)

56 comments:

  1. Sopa com um aspecto maravilhoso.
    Um abraço e boa semana.
    Andarilhar

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    1. Thank you, Francisco. Have a marvelous day!

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  2. Where is the photo of your breakfast? Haha.

    Long time did not takd bu bur cha cha. Now I miss it. Hehehe.

    Love the wall paintings.

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    1. I was too busybody with the roadworks! So no photos of our breakfast, sigh!

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  3. The soup looks great:)
    Have a good day!
    kisses

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    1. Thank you, dear. Have a good day too!

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  4. Nancy, I alway enjoy your look back at historic scenes. It's interesting to see how things were done years ago. Thanks for stopping by, I hope to see you back again.

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    1. Thank you, Tom for hosting Tuesday's Treasure. Have a wonderful day!

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  5. It looks delicious and I love that biscuit making painting.

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    1. Thank you, Angie. I like the painting too!

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  6. I want the noodles and the biscuits. Yummy.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. You will have to come over for them. Ha ha!

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  7. Loved the wall murals, a real delight to see them.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. Love to see the painting instead of the plain walls.

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  8. As usual very interesting post) Have a good day)
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    1. Thank you, dear. Have a good day too!

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  9. Interesting post my dear, thank you for sharing :-)

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

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  10. The noodle making machine is actually very pretty! Could be on display at a museum. Didn't the street work make a horrible noise? Would be hard to eat peacefully.

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    1. It was only a small excavation so not much noise.

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  11. I love bubur cha cha, very tasty

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    1. Good bubur cha cha is not easy to get nowadays.

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  12. Oh very interesting post darling
    Great pics
    xx

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

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  13. It's not that different from construction work here.

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    1. I guess they use the same machinery too. Have a great day!

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  14. the murals are very well done.

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

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  15. Bubur Cha Cha is one of my favourite dessert...

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    1. Mine too but not easy to find good ones.

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  16. that is quite a contraption for making noodles! i love the paintings on the walls!

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

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  17. Dessert for breakfast! You're my kind of friend Nancy. ;-)

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  18. i like to have that bowl of bubur chacha for breakfast! looks so tasty!

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    1. I miss the bubur cha cha...must go back again.

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  19. The olden day oven is really interesting, Nancy. Looks like how they make naan bread.

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    1. The ovens do look alike and I happened to love naan bread!

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  20. Haha the roadworks became your breakfast entertainment.

    Heong piah is very nice when fresh.

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    1. So taken up by the roadworks, I forgot to take photos of my breakfast. Ha ha...I love freshly baked heong piah.

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  21. hah..hah...you forgot about the food while distracted by the road works :D

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    1. Ha ha! Didn't even realize until I started to prepare the post. He he he!

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  22. Nancy, I want the bubur cha cha la... remind me next time ah.. thanks!

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  23. Those murals are awesome, and men doing hard work is always good

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    1. Thank you, Jo-Anne. Have a great day!

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  24. Love the paintings on the wall. Diane

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

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    1. Yes, and I totally forgot about the breakfast photos!

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