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Wednesday, 4 December 2019

Cooking Home Grown Vegetables For Dinner

When the edibles in my garden are doing well and bearing fruits, there is enough vegetables for our consumption and sometimes extra to share with friends and neighbours. One morning, I harvested some daikons and snake beans to cook for dinner.
Home cooked soup - daikons, carrots, meat, red dates and goji berries.
Snake beans sauted with chicken breast meat slices and garlic.
I also added egg omelette (egg, onions, chili).
This is our dinner for 2 people without any white rice.
Once died and now revived Caladium plant.
So happy that this gorgeous Caladium plant is growing again.


Never forget your promises to me your servant,

for they are my only hope.

They give me strength in all my troubles;

how they refresh and revive me!

(Psalm 119:49-50, The Living Bible-TLB)

50 comments:

  1. Such a mouthwatering and healthy homemade meal!

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  2. It must be very nice to eat you own organic homegrown veggies. Fresh and full of nutrients. Your Caladium plant is beautiful!

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  3. It happened again - I haven't had breakfast yet and now I'm so hungry for all the delicious food you had.

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  4. ...coming out of your garden, they couldn't be any fresher!

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  5. It's morning and I'm hungry and where to I go? Your place to see all this wonderful food. Excellent.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  6. We always say a meal like this, coming from our garden, is fit for a king...just something about food that you have grown yourself.

    That caladium is beautiful.

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  7. You grow some interesting vegetables. Have a good day, Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane. I love to try planting different types of vegetables.

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  8. How did you manage to bring the Caladium back from the dead? It has pretty leaves. And you made a home cooked feast! I have not seen a post from Claire in a long time; do you know if she is alright?

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    1. I thought it was dead and gone. Surprisingly, it sprang up from the soil.

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  9. This year i got too much pumpkins in my garden!:D

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    1. If only I stay near you, then I can come collect a few. Lol!

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  10. I just love your daikon soup. so very tasty!

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  11. Looks a nice meal.
    We eat potatoes mostly to our dinner in the evening, just a snack for lunch.
    Your plant looks healthy and always great to have fresh veggies out of your own garden.

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  12. I can't imagine anything more delightful than home-cooked veggies. xo

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  13. I always feel heartwarming to be eating homecooked food.

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  14. The colour of the caladium plant looks very unique.

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  15. so delightful to have ur own grown veggies! 'organic' and free of pesticide.

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    1. Yes, no need to worry about pesticide for sure.

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  16. Great full of veggie lunch option :-)

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  17. I never thought of goji berries in a dish like that but that would be delicious. Thanks for sharing your wonderful tips.

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  18. Good harvest!

    Are daikons easy to plant? Did you grow them from seeds?

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. Yes, from seeds and quite easy.

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  19. My Hubby grows some veggies every year and they always taste so good! Your food looks so delicious.

    It's great to see you at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

    My Corner of the World

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    1. Thank you, Betty. It is very rewarding to see and harvest our own vegetables.

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