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Tuesday, 7 January 2020

Home Grown Dwarf Long Beans And Malabar Spinach For Dinner

We were at the recreational park and there was a lovely morning sky.
 After our walk, we had breakfast in one of a nearby coffee shop and went home.
 After watering the plants, I harvested the above dwarf long beans.
 I used the beans to cook egg omelette for dinner that evening.
 Blanched Malabar Spinach with garlic oil.
 Two dishes dinner with local fruits for dessert.
On the left is pomelo and jack fruit on the right.
 Peace Lily flower from my garden.
 Took the above photo at the National Museum.
A piece of furniture of the Dutch heritage in Malacca.


But in that coming day,

no weapon turned against you shall succeed,

and you will have justice against every courtroom lie.

This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord.

This is the blessing I have given you, says the Lord.

(Isaiah 54:17, The Living Bible-TLB)

54 comments:

  1. I am big fan of spinach so this food must be heaven in your mouth xx

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  2. Home cooked is best, though simple. You have given me an idea to add omelette to my food prep!

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  3. Great sky, wonderful, exotic food, interesting chairs, and a scripture!! Have a great week!!

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  4. Beautiful sky watching morning and that’s simple healthy home cooked! Liked the detail work on the chairs

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  5. ...a wonderful dinner, a beautiful flower and a pair ornate chairs! Thanks Nancy for starting of the the first Tuesday's Treasure of 2020.

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  6. Your egg dishes are very good Nancy. Yum,yum.

    Cruisin Paul

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  7. I love to ear bean omelette. your dinner looks so tasty.

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  8. Dwarf and long...a fun combination. The omelette looks really tasty.

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    1. Its dwarf because the plant is short but bear long beans.

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  9. Oh the food. Yummy. I'm coming to your house.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  10. Love those chairs...I would not want them...just think they are beautiful.

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  11. Looks Yummy!
    thx for share dear
    Have a nice day
    https://softcutieblog.blogspot.com/

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  12. Peace lily my favorite flowers 😊 thanks for your sharing Nancy 😊

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  13. The beans are pretty long for dwarf!

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    1. Lol! The beans are long but the plants are dwarf.

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  14. Buenos productos naturales, para la cena. No suelo comer mucho de noche y sobre todo no incluyo comida pesada.

    Besos

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  15. Que bonitas fotos Nancy, todo se ve muy rico. Besos.

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  16. You always come up with tasty and healthy recipes for dinner and you have a beautiful garden!

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  17. You fill your blog with such good meals and pretty skies and lovely objects, and i always enjoy it!

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  18. Yum, the food looks so good, what a great dinner! :)

    Hope that your week is going well :) It's a busy week here as it's my first week back at work after the Christmas break! I've got what I wore for Christmas up on the blog now.

    Away From Blue

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  19. The dutch heritage chairs look so vintage and elegant. I like jack fruits and that beans omelette is calling me.

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  20. Yum! Yum! And more yum! Have a great week Nancy!

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  21. Envying the dwarf beans! Malabar spinach I have but it's one of the few vegs I dislike.

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    1. We are slowing adding tender malabar spinach to our meals.

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