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Friday, 27 September 2019

Simple Breakfast & Simple Home Cooked Dinner

The day started with a beautiful sunrise. This was before the haze came upon us.
 Morning sky at 7:07 am
We didn't go for our early morning walk so we went out for breakfast at our regular coffee shop.
 I ordered a herbal egg tea.
 Hubby's black coffee and my herbal egg tea.
 Breakfast treat from a friend.
 2 other friends joined us for breakfast that morning.
A friend shared their mooncakes with us.
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That evening we had a simple home cooked dinner at home with the following dishes.
 Steamed white eggplants drizzled with garlic oil, oyster sauce & soy sauce.
Spicy sambal belacan stinky beans and stubby okras. 
Multi-layer petals yellow hibicus from my garden.


But the godly shall flourish like palm trees and

grow tall as the cedars of Lebanon.

For they are transplanted into the Lord's own garden

and are under his personal care.

(Psalm 92:12-13, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. ...I just had my breakfast of eggs and toast, I hope that you are having a great day.

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  2. Beautiful morning sky with healthy breakfast.

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  3. I wish I had joined you for dinner. That looks so very good.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. See you Monday. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Blessed weekend! See you.....

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  4. Eggplants drizzled with garlic oil, oyster sauce and soy sauce must be very delicious.

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  5. Herbal egged tea!! Wow, amazing. Great sky. My father was a Forest Ranger and would give talks to schools, summer camps, and boy scout groups. He loved to talk about the Cedars of Lebanon in the Bible.

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    1. Thank you, Yogi. I would love to listen to your father's talk about his job and also about forest.

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  6. Śliczny kwiat . Nie znam tych potraw ale wyglądają smacznie. :)

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  7. Beautiful sunrise and nice shot of the hibiscus!

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  8. Your home cooked dishes are always so tasty. So nice that your regular eatery serves herbal tea egg so early in the morning.

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    1. Thank you, Mun. I usually order herbal tea without the egg.

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  9. Your hibiscus is gorgeous! And so is your first sky picture. I have never heard of herbal egg tea; we do not have it here. So it is herbal tea...and how is the egg prepared? I want to make it, you must tell me!

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    1. The egg is hard boiled. I normally order the herbal tea without the egg.

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  10. That spicy sambal veggie dish looks very appeitzing. I love that morning sky shot, Nancy.

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  11. What the heck is herbal egg tea? I've never seen anything like this before. It's also so black. Interesting Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Its a tea boiled with Chinese herbs and hard boiled eggs added to the tea. We can request with or without the egg. Its black but it is sweet.

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  12. Lovely post dear! Have a great weekend! xx

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  13. Herbal egg tea - a new one on me!! Have a good weekend, Diane

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    1. It is a sweet drink with a tinge of bitterness. taste.

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  14. How is the haze now in Ipoh? We have a lighter day today but it's still not healthy for sensitive groups.

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    1. After the rain, the sky is clearer now. At least we can now see the Kledang Hill from our house. Hope it gets better each day.

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  15. That is sure a beautiful sky!

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  16. All dishes look so delicious. Herbal egg tea sounds very exotic to me! Happy weekend Nancy.

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  17. A beautiful morning sky and your home cooked dinner looked delicious.

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  18. Algunas comidas son desconocidas para mi. Un beso.

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  19. That is such a lovely morning sky, and your food looks great.

    All the best Jan

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  20. You spend your days around so much beauty and so much good food!

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  21. I haven't seen that herbal egg tea before. Only the tea eggs where the egg doesn't come with tea when you buy it. Must keep an eye out for this!

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    1. So far I only know of 3 places serving this herbal egg tea.

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