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Thursday, 19 December 2019

Odd Shape Chili From My Garden

Woke up one morning without rain or even a slight drizzle. We were able to resume our early morning walk at the park. 
 Morning sky at the park - 6:40 am
 Nice sky and reflection in the water.
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For breakfast, we drove out to Ipoh town. We had breakfast at Kedai Kopi Yee Fatt, Jalan Kampar which is well known for its curry noodles.
 We ordered Kopi O Kosong (black coffee without sugar).
 This time, instead of my usual curry noodle (dry version), I ordered this curry noodle (soup version) for a change. This is just as good as the dry version.
Our breakfast.
 Back home, I harvested this odd shape green chili from my garden.
This is my first time coming across such odd shape chili.
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That evening we had home cooked dinner.
 Pan fried soya sauce prawns 
 Steamed white brinjals and topped with garlic and shallot crisps and scallop sauce.
Simple and satisfying dinner for 2 people.

Just as Death and Destruction are never satisfied,
so human desire is never satisfied.
(Proverbs 27:20, New Living Translation-NLT)

42 comments:

  1. the chili looks funny! I prefer curry noodles in soup. That's a very appetizing curry noodles with lotsa chicken!

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    1. Usually I prefer curry noodles in soup but for this shop, I like the dry version.

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  2. What a funny shape. Is it ok to eat it?

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    1. It is just the shape, it taste the same like normal chili.

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  3. Both versions of curry noodles look very tasty!

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  4. What an odd looking chili hee..hee.. The curry looks so thick and scrumptious. I really like your homecooked dishes.

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  5. The green chili is shaped somewhat like cashew nut! lolx! love your prawn dish.

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  6. Ha ha very odd shape chilli, the food looks delicious. Have a good day Diane

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  7. So cool photos! The chili is funny )))

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  8. ...the chili seems to have a face!

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  9. I just love prawns or I call them shrimps. I could eat many, many of them. I better get some for Christmas dinner. See ya Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  10. Another beautiful morning, I see! I have seen fuuny shapped apples, and funny shaped tomatoes, but I have never, ever seen a funny shaped pepper! I wonder if you will get more. If you do, take photos. Mom always raised peppers, and I have always raised them till just the past 4 years or so...and I am 64 yrs. old.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. This is also my first time seeing a funny looking pepper.

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  11. I love your food posts. I love prawns a lot. One of my favorite of all the shellfish.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  12. Los cielos se ven lindos. La comida como siempre muy buena. Besos.

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  13. Excelente reportaje fotografico, saludos y feliz final de año, un abrazo.

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  14. A cute green chili shape!
    Your cooking is so good, Nancy!

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  15. That is a funny looking chili, a reminder that not all plants of the same kind grow exactly alike, just as no two people, or sunrises, are alike.

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  16. I love this post. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. Your home cooked meal looks nice..odd looking chili, sometimes 'things' do go funny..
    Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. Merry Christmas to you and family too!

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  18. Haha. Very cute chilli. Like a tooth pendant to me.

    I prefer soup version of curry. But too early for me to have in the morning. I used to like curry noodle when I was young but now the stall selling it no more in operation. I couldnt find nice curry noodle here.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. I take curry noodle quite often and it is usually in the morning for breakfast.

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  19. Scrumptious-looking curry noodles... both versions too.

    The chilli hit a little obstacle while growing maybe?

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    1. I don't know what happened to the chili during its growth process.

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