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Tuesday, 22 January 2019

Prawn Noodles & Fish Head Curry On A Rainy Day

The weather is getting warmer now. Last few months were wet months and the rain helped to water my plants in my garden. When the weather is cool my plants are happy. When the weather is cool, we have good appetite for spicy food. 

On one of those cool days, we started with our early morning walk at the park. As usual, I always look forward to the sunrise at the park. 
 Sunrise and reflection on the pond @ 7.35 am
 That morning after our walking exercise, we had prawn noodle for breakfast at Kafe Little Nam Yeong, Jalan Chew Sin Onn, Taman Hoover, Ipoh.
Evening sky @ 6.15 pm - On our way out for dinner.
And for dinner, we had fish head curry at Restoran Mun Ji, Laluan Rasi Jaya 2, Taman Rasi Jaya, Ipoh.
 Whenever we ordered fish head curry at this restaurant, we need only add a plate of blanched green. Both the curry with all its accompanying ingredients and green are enough for 4 people.
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The next 2 pictures were taken at the National Museum, KL.
 This figurehead shaped like a dragon's head is made of wood from a jackfruit tree. It is carved with a pattern of intertwined bean tendrils, and was used as an adornment for a boat belonging to Malay royalty. It was owned by the royal family of Pahang in the late 19th century and is more than a century old. (Excerpt from the museum).
 This gold buckle is inlaid with gemstones in a pattern of plant tendrils. The gems are arranged in threes, and contribute to the elegance of the wearer. The buckle was in fact worn by royal personages during ceremonial assemblies. It is more than 100 years old. (Info from the museum) 
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Sharing my Pink Dwarf Mexican Petunia with Happy Tuesday.
This photo was taken just after the rain has stopped.
You can see the water droplets on the flowers.


When they walk through the Valley of Weeping,

it will become a place of springs where pools of blessing

and refreshment collect after rains!

(Psalm 84:6, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. Your pink petunias are lovely!

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  2. ...the dragon's head certainly is a treasure! Thank you Nancy for sharing this week, take care and enjoy your week.

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  3. Beautiful capture on the dawn and evening sky! The dragon’s head and gold buckles look impressive but i loved the petunias shot after shower.

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  4. Nice photos, Nancy. Thanks for sharing them with us at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2019/01/morning-glory.html.

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  5. Hello Nancy! Great capture of the gorgeous sunrise!
    The dragon’s had is so beautiful and impressive!
    Love your pink petunias!!! Have a lovely day!
    Dimi...

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  6. Love the museum shots and the flower is beautiful with the rain droplets. Have a good day, Diane

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  7. The fish head curry alone is enough for me to eat lots of rice, the dragon's head looks so grand

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    1. This is one of the best fish head curry we have tasted so far.

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  8. I like to eat both the prawn mee and curry pot. The pink petunia looks so sweet.

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  9. Your breakfast looked divine. Yummy.

    Love those pretty pink flowers. They made me smile.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  10. The Petunias are so cute and cheerful! The dragon head is amazing! I had no idea you could carve from these materials, and it would last so long.

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  11. Beautiful sunrise and the prawns looked so tasty for breakfast.

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  12. Such happy flowers, petunias. The museum pieces are exquisite.

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  13. Great review and beautiful photos! :)

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  14. I have been craving for fish head curry. Omg! Yours looked good. Nice to take on cold, rainy day.

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    1. Thank you, Rose! This is one of the best fish head curry I have tasted.

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  15. Sunrise and sunset are my favourite times of day.

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  16. I want that bowl of fish head curry!

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  17. Good post 😊 thanks for your sharing 😊
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  18. Not food I would eat, I don't like seafood even Tim would turn his nose up at fish head anything

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    1. Its true. One man's meat is another man's poison.

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  19. Fish head curry!! missing it.. :(

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  20. Always need to have more diners to order fish head curry.

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    1. If only 2 of us, we can only order the fish head curry.

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