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Wednesday, 17 April 2019

Chicken Soup & Salad For Dinner On A Warm Evening.

This morning I went to the post office to post a letter. It was a bright, sunny morning. It was still early as you can see the vacant parking places.
This is our main post office, near the Ipoh Railway Station.
Buttercup flower from my garden.
These flowers brighten up my garden.
Red and purple periwinkles also add colours to my garden.
These were harvested from my garden.
Midday sky with white floating clouds at 12:45 pm.
Blue sky and white clouds in the afternoon at 4:25 pm.
I have decided to cook chicken soup and make a simple salad for dinner.
I steamed the 2 eggplants and 1 lady finger that I harvested from my garden and added them to this lettuce and tomato salad.
Simple salad with Kewpie Toasted Sesame dressing.
Chicken soup
(free range chicken, ginkgo nuts, shallots and crushed peppercorn)
Dinner without rice for 2 people.

Linking to Wordless Wednesday & My Corner of the World.

We are pressed on every side by troubles, but not crushed and broken.
We are perplexed because we don't know why things happen as they do,
but we don't give up and quit.
(2 Corinthians 4:8, The Living Bible-TLB)

38 comments:

  1. Wow, all your lady fingers are so very long!

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    1. Lol! Yes, just 2 to 3 will be enough for both of us.

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  2. ...we had homemade chicken and brown rice soup last night, jum. Enjoy your day.

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  3. What a good idea! I never thought of putting ladies fingers and eggplant in a salad hee..hee...

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    1. Lol! Convenient way to use up whatever I have instead of keeping them in the fridge.

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  4. Your home cooked meals look so good, and so do your flowers and the foods you grow!

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  5. Oh the flowers are beautiful and your dinner is lovely. Soup and salad is a good choice on a warm evening. Sometimes we just do the salad when it's hot. It's good to use from your garden too. Always so much better.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. I don't mind having just the salad but hubby needs something more solid. Lol!

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  6. Your sky shots are stunning.

    That Mrs. Sharon/ Purva Pius spammer can't take a hint and drop dead.

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    1. Thank you, William. I have deleted her comments.

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  7. Lovely photos of the blue sky and beautiful flowers - I've always wanted red periwinkles - I have purple and white.

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    1. Thank you, Carol. These periwinkles come in many colours.

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  8. Such pretty greens and a blue sky too - Yum on the food today!

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  9. We have small lady fingers in Turkey; yours are very long.

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    1. We have both the short and long. Long is not very common.

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  10. Oh dear! you have a great green thumb!

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  11. Salad look so good. I love picking veggies from my garden too.

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  12. I want that chicken soup, lovely flowers to brighten up your day.

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  13. You little garden is amazing what it produces. Keep well Diane

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  14. La comida me encanta. Un beso.

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  15. What pretty flowers! It's so nice to harvest your own veggies--my Hubby grows quite a lot of ours. Your salad looks so scrumptious, too. I’m so glad you joined me at My Corner of the World this week!

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    1. Thank you, Betty for hosting. Happy weekend!

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  16. Kewpie sesame dressing is my go-to one too! Can't go wrong with it.

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