Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Breakfast: Prawn Noodle, Dinner: Steamed Eggs & Steamed Brinjals

It was a beautiful morning and we could feel the cool morning breeze blowing as we walk in the park.
 Sunrise - 7:00 am
Once we have finished our rounds of walking, we were thinking of the prawn noodle we want to try at a new place.
This car was in front of us as we were heading towards our breakfast place.
 This is the 2nd time I see such car on the road.
Doesn't this prawn noodle looks delicious?
White and purple periwinkles in full bloom in front of my house.
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We had the following simple home cooked dishes for dinner.
 Steamed Eggs consisting of fresh chicken egg, century egg & salted egg.
 Steamed White Brinjals or eggplants, drizzled with scallop sauce & garlic oil.
 Pan fried salted "cooked fish" and cucumber pickle.
An old rusty antique 4-wheels child's peddler found at the Flea Market.


It's like this: when I was a child I spoke and thought
and reasoned as a child does.
But when I became a man my thoughts grew far beyond those
of my childhood, and now I have put away the childish things.
(1 Corinthians 13:11, The Living Bible-TLB)

44 comments:

  1. Your dinner dishes are simple and yet good. Steaming is so much simpler and healthier. The prawn noodle you had earlier indeed looks delicious!

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    1. We are trying to cut down on oily food as much as possible.

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  2. I have never seen a car like that. Are they trying to show off some new kind of engine, energy-efficient and low polluting perhaps?

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    1. So far I came across 2 cars that look alike. Not sure whether they are the same car.

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  3. The prawn noodle looks like a nice blend of ingredients for a breakfast. Beautiful morning shots and I liked the old kids car.

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  4. " Doesn't this prawn noodle looks delicious? " YES, YES, YES Nancy. See ya later.

    Cruisin Paul

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  5. Such a delicious meal! I miss white Brinjals.

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  6. Oh my. Such a meal. Delicious.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee for hosting. Have a great day!

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  7. was the salted "cooked fish" salty?

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  8. Interesting post my dear, thank you for sharing :-)

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  9. I have never seen a car like this, it is so cool!

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  10. ...that VW sure is an interesting one. Soome lucky children rode the peddle car when he or she was young. Thanks Nancy for sharing, enjoy your week.

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  11. The food looks delicious and the car is so interesting with the window into the engine! :)

    Hope that your week is going well :)

    Away From Blue

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  12. I love that antique pedal toy!

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  13. Interesting post. I like that car!

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  14. What a unique car. The steamed eggs and steamed brinals in garlic oil are my favourite. Such lovely flowers. They cheer me up.

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  15. Your home-cooked food always look wonderful.

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  16. Simple yet delicious home-cooked food.

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