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Friday, 20 September 2019

Cooking Seafood Tom Yam The Easy Way

Every year around this time, we will be affected by haze due to extensive burning by our neighbour country. The haze condition is really bad this year causing many school to be closed and many flights to be cancelled. This morning the haze conditioned improved due to the rain.
6:58 am
 These sunrise photos were taken before the haze came upon us.

 7:00 am
 7:07 am
 7:08 am
 7:16 am
 7:25 am
 7:37 am
The next day, we woke up to a hazy sky.
 We haven't eaten tom yam soup for a long time. Suddenly had this craving for tom yam. I bought some crabs, prawns, fresh mushrooms, and with some ready made paste, I cook tom yam soup for 2 people.
 My home cooked seafood tom yam soup was packed with ingredients.
For dinner, I had 2 bowls of seafood tom yam soup.
 Bright yellow hibiscus flower.
I saw this flower in front of my friend's house. I couldn't resist and I took some snapshots with my hand phone camera.


So use every piece of God's armor
to resist the enemy whenever he attacks,
and when it is all over, you will still be standing up.
(Ephesians 6:13, The Living Bible-TLB)

50 comments:

  1. We have lots of fires here too. There are times you can hardly see across the street.

    Love the food. I'm hungry.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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  2. ...I like 7:25 am best and I'm looking forward to seeing some hibiscus flowers!

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  3. Your skies are so beautiful! We have clean air in Finland, how fortunate we are! No trace of haze, smoke or pollution - I wish it stays that way.

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  4. Flowers 😊 hope and hapiness ... Thanks for your sharing 😊

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  5. Your home cooked seafood tom yam soup is simply delicious! I could eat and drink two bowls too.

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  6. That seafood Tom yam soup looks great!!!!
    I love your bright yellow hibiscus.
    So sorry for the hazy conditions.

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  7. That's too bad about the burning and haze, but you still managed to get some beautiful sky shots!

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  8. Probably the only good thing about the burning is the beautiful sky it causes. Picture #7 is my favorite. What is burning, and what country? Is it a fire, or a controlled burn? Maybe a forest fire...

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    1. It is not bush fire but peat fire and it is not easy to put out the fire. Every year we have to endure and suffer this haze. Hope they will put a stop to this burning.

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  9. Muy buenas luces has conseguido en esos paisajes. la imagen que más me ha gustado es la número 7.

    besos

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  10. Those morning sky shots are beautiful, 7:25 am is my favourite. I miss crabs!

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  11. Oh what a nice post! I love everything :)


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  12. Pretty flowers and lovely skies, i'm so sorry about the haze. Neighbors, whether individuals or countries, should be more neighborly.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. Hope our neighbour will do something about the haze.

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  13. Lovely sky shots before the haze, love looking at them.

    Your homecooked tom yam seafood soup must be very delicious, now i am hungry looking at it. Looking at the lovely flowers cheer me up!

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  14. Your photos are amazing!
    Sad about the burning from the neighbor country causing the haze. It sounds serious!

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    1. Yes, it is rather serious since many flights were cancelled and many school closed.

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  15. The first photos in the morning are very nice, as for the kitchen, I don't like cooking but I cook because I have to, but since I'm alone I don't cook.
    The flowers are very pretty.

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    1. Thank you, Agnes. I don't mind cooking but now I go for easy and simple recipes.

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  16. Lovely sky photos before the haze. It must be bad to cancel flights and school. The soup looks delicious.

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  17. Your bright yellow hibiscus is a beauty! I have several hibiscus in my yard but none are that cheerful yellow.

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  18. Beautiful series on the morning sunrising sky and pretty yellow hibiscus!

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  19. My staple food as a (lazy) student hehe. I put pasta, vegs and some protein into boiling water with tomyum paste and that was dinner.

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    1. Its a tasty soup and a complete meal with the ingredients put in it.

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  20. Those sky shots sure were stunning...as is that bright hibiscus flower!

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