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Friday, 8 February 2019

Lunch & Dinner - 2nd Day Of Chinese New Year 2019

We couldn't finish the treasure pot or poon choy from the previous dinner, so we have some left over. For the 2nd day's Chinese New Year lunch, we had the following dishes for lunch.
Left over poon choy or treasure pot - reheated.
Fried fish fillet cooked kung poh style.
These two dishes were our lunch for 4 people.
My reddish pink periwinkles wishing "Gong Xi Fa Cai" or Happy Chinese New Year!
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That evening, I cooked the following dishes for dinner.
Steamed fish with blended ginger.
(Part of the fish brought back by son)
Fried fish paste stir fried with assorted vegetables and fresh mushrooms.
Chinese cabbage dish.
This dinner was for 3 people as one of my son had a dinner gathering with his friends.
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After dinner, hubby and I went to the nearby supermarket. 
On the way home, we dropped by at Starbucks for some iced hazelnut chocolate drink.
The place was quite packed with both the young and not so young people.
We drove home after we have finished sipping our hazelnut chocolate drink. 
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We resumed our early morning walk on the 3rd day of CNY.
Breaking of dawn at the park - 3rd day of CNY.
Sunrise - Oct 2016
 Morning sky - July 2018
 Breaking of dawn - Dec 2018


The Lord is close to those whose hearts are breaking;

he rescues those who are humbly sorry for their sins.

(Psalm 34:18, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. Hey I can relate to Starbucks. I am going to get an iced hazelnut drink next time I am in there!!
    Great food, skies, and scripture.
    Have a great weekend.

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    1. Thank you, Yogi! My favourite is the hazelnut chocolate! Have a great weekend too!

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  2. Your last picture is gorgeous!! I thought Periwinkles were only blue. These are so pretty. Your Starbucks looks very nice. A little bigger than ours. Oh MY, these drinks look good! We love Starbucks!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny! This is only one portion of the Starbucks. It is much, much bigger than what is shown.

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  3. ...lots of good food to start the New Year.

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    1. New Year must have plenty of good food to start off!

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  4. Lovely sky shots. Wishing you good fortune and a happy new year.

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  5. Good to reheat some meals and no need to cook again. Your reddish pink periwinkles look so pretty and so red to usher in this CNY year!

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  6. Perfecta cena Nancy, todos los platos se ven muy ricos. Las fotos son preciosas. Besos.

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  7. Your bright pink periwinkles and colourful dishes brighten up my grey day! Have a nice weekend Nancy!

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    1. Thank you, Riitta! Its a joy to see the periwinkles.

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  8. Hello Nancy, I love the pretty flowers. The coffee drink looks like dessert, YUM. Pretty sky captures. Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!

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  9. The fried fish fillet cooked kung poh
    style looks delicious to me!

    Your reddish pink flowera are so pretty.

    Starbucks is expensive so we only go there once in a while

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    1. Yes, we can only afford to enjoy Starbucks once in a while.

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  10. I think I've gained five pounds. Yummy.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    1. This year I am snacking less. I have been a good girl. Ha ha ha! Happy weekend!

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  11. Hello Dear Nancy!
    Lots of delicious food and great ice cream.
    Happy weekend:)

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  12. Beautiful sky shots. I like the sunrise capture!

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  13. Periwinkles are so beautiful. Happy new year!

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  14. Lovely skies and flowers. Sometimes we go to Starbucks for a cup of coffee each, we call it "date night"!

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    1. Thank you, Mimi! It is good to enjoy our "date night".

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  15. We are usually eating leftovers for days after family celebrations.

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    1. It is the same for my family. We usually put everything together and cook chap sui or choy geok dish.

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  16. Great photos. Do you participate in Altered Book Lovers (Bleubeard and Elizabeth) T Stands for Tuesday Tea (drinks) challenge? This post would go great there.

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    1. Thank you, Anne! I don't know about Altered Book Lovers.

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  17. Beautiful skies. The coffee from Starbucks looked amazing.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas! It is delicious and filling too.

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  18. I'm a fan of your cooking!

    Heh thought you were having coffee at night.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy! Better go for chocolate at night instead of coffee to avoid sleepless night.

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  19. Gotta stop using those disposable containers, Nancy. The oceans are full of them now.

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