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Wednesday, 27 February 2019

Dinner At Restoran Sembilan Tiga Due (932), Menglembu.

The weather is getting hotter and I am spending less time in the garden. As far as possible I try to avoid going outdoor during the day.
Temperature is 27 deg C at 10:00 am with the highest at 35 C!
I prefer to stay home with the fan full speed.
Most nights sleeping with the air con on. Sometimes it rains. 
When it gets too hot, there will be no cooking in my kitchen.
We had the following dishes for dinner @ Restoran 932, Menglembu.
Deep fried tofu topped with minced pork, chopped salted radish, garlic, etc.
Sambal belacan paku pakis.
Fern heads with spicy prawn paste & pieces of fried lard.
Braised jiggling pork belly served with steamed buns (mantou).
Free soup - each person gets 2 meat balls.
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Sharing some pictures of plants from my friend's garden.
Passion fruit flower.
These look like spider lily plants but they have yellow leaves?
Are they of the same family?
Spider lily?
Both look similar but their leaves are of different colours.


Now your attitudes and thoughts
must all be constantly changing for the better.
Yes, you must be a new and different person, holy and good.
Clothe yourself with this new nature.
(Ephesians 4:23-24, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. Good thing food options are plentiful in Ipoh!

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    1. We are really blessed with all the good food!

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  2. I was in the kitchen the other day and sweat was just pouring down my face! I can't wait for the hot season to be over. Rain please! LOL!

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  3. the yellow leaves look like green leaves turned yellow. Did you eat the jiggly parts of the pork belly?

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    1. I don't mind a little bit of fat sticking to the lean meat but not in big portion.

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  4. Lovely sunny photos, but I can imagine how hot it must be for you. It's good that you have air condition in your home and that you can go out for something to eat or buy take away instead of cooking. The lilies and passion flower plants are beautiful. Have a lovely day Nancy.

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  5. I'll be like you next summer when it's too hot and way too humid to do much. Lovely shots of plants and food. Now I'm hungry!

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  6. I will trade you my cold for some of your hot and we'll both be happy. The food looks fabulous.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a cooler Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee! That would be just nice for both of us to be happy! Have a wonderful day!

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  7. Nancy, you always give us interesting dishes. Amazing! See ya for now.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Thank you, Paul! Most of them are so different from yours.

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  8. That passionfruit flower looks really beautiful! I am drooling over that fried tofu with minced meat topping.

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  9. Beautiful tasty looking food. I was impressed by the passionfruit flower, such a vibrant colour.

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  10. ...the passion fruit and spider plant are common here on Maui.

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  11. I had masses of spider lilies in the garden in South Africa, I really miss them here though I guess they would survive in the green house. Take care Diane

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    1. I can imagine your garden in S.Africa must be a very beautiful garden.

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  12. I hope things cool off soon. Scrumptious looking food and beautiful flowers. I love that you always have a scripture.
    Have a great week!

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    1. Thank you, Yogi! We just had a heavy downpour and it helps to cool down the heat.

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  13. I have seen the flower but never know it was the passion fruit flower! There are spider lilies in neighbourhood but they aren’t yellow leaves. The weather is getting warmer with each passing day here and at same time the summer sea breeze soothes so it didn't affect much now.

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    1. Thank you, Jeevan! We just had a heavy downpour and it is much cooler now!

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  14. wow...35 C degree...so hot...take care.
    white and yellow color flowers are beautiful combinations.
    have a great day

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  15. OOOHhh, these plants look so exotic and fancy! The Passion flower is gorgeous, and those yellow leaves, I have not seen a plant like that.

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  16. Very hot recently, I need the aircon!

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  17. Those first three shots really stand out.

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  18. The weather has been crazy over. One day it is gloomy, the next day, the sun is shining warm. Just read news yesterday that Kuching going to have more rains than usual in coming weeks.

    Stay hydrated and do stay indoor more. I heard some hot spots in WM and quite a concern.

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    1. For the past week it was very hot and all of a sudden, we had thunderstorm this afternoon. At least it is cooler now. Don't know about tomorrow.

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  19. No way do you want to cook when it's that hot, and with such good meals available at restaurants, you don't have to.

    Lovely flowers, whatever they all are.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi! What you have said is so true. Good meals are easily available at the many restaurants or roadside stall near us.

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  20. Las flores son muy bonitas. Buen día.

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