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Friday, 6 September 2019

Restoran Wong Sheng, Ipoh - Appetizing Dinner.

It was a Friday evening in mid August. I normally do not cook dinner on Fridays because we usually eat out with friends.
Evening sky at 6:10 pm
Took this snapshot of the setting sun on our way to the restaurant.
After a long break, we went back to Restoran Wong Sheng in Desa Rishah, Ipoh.
This assorted vegetables coated with salted egg is our favourite dish.
And our favourite is the crispy lotus root slices.
Tofu with Chinese long cabbage, button mushrooms, cloud ears, and etc.
Deep fried black pomfret fish with appetizing sweet sour assam sauce.
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The following photos are of the same plant. I thought this plant was gone for good. It was a pleasant surprise to find the plant growing back again out of the blue after staying dormant for so long.
I love the colour and the shine on the leaves.
Can someone help to identify this plant?
When placed in the shade away from direct sunlight, the colour of the leaves turned darker.


Or what do you think the Scripture means when it says

that the Holy Spirit, whom God has placed within us,

watches over us with tender jealousy?

(James 4:5, The Living Bible-TLB)

40 comments:

  1. I can't identify this plant, but these dishes look really appetizing!
    Have a wonderful weekend:)

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  2. ...I'm no help in identifying that plant! Have a wonderful weekend, Nancy.

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  3. So nice to be able to catch up with friends over dinner.

    I dont know the name of this plant.

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  4. No idea what this plant is, but sure it is pretty. I would love to taste your delicious cookings. Wishing a lovely weekend.

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    1. Thank you, Riitta. Lovely weekend to you too!

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  5. Oh my what a wonderful dinner. I would have loved to sample each dish.

    I don't know what kind of a plant that is, but it is most beautiful. I'm glad it returned.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a fabulous weekend too!

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  6. Amazing plant. I can't identify it.

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  7. Wonderful skies and wonderful food, Nancy!

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  8. I love the crispy lotus root slices....yummy

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  9. The leaves are just gorgeous!!! Wish we knew what it is!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I just hope it will not disappear again.

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  10. Those dramatic, sweeping clouds are beautiful!

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  11. The food you find and how it is cooked. Fabulous.

    I love the book of James.

    Have a great weekend.

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  12. I found some photos online of red "thai caladium" that looks like your red heart shaped leaves. So pretty. where did you get it?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. I know it is a rare specie. If I remember correctly, I think a friend gave it to me.

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  13. La planta es preciosa y tambiƩn creo que es Caladium. Besitos.

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  14. Such a pretty plant. I think mun & Teresa might have identified it for you. The food looks very tasty and the sky is quite dramatic.

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  15. Looks like some kind of calladium from the shape of the leaf.

    Oh got salted egg veggies now heh.

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