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Friday, 7 February 2020

Appetizing Dinner At Sin Hup Kee Restaurant, Ipoh

This was one of our Friday night eat out dinners we had with our friends. Someone asked, "where are we going for dinner"? I suggested Sin Hup Kee Restaurant because I was thinking of the Curry Assam Fish and there was no other suggestion. We ordered 3 dishes for 4 people.
 Romaine Lettuce sauteed with garlic and fermented bean curd (fu yue).
 Everybody's favourite - Fried chicken with dark sauce (Kong Cheen Kai).
A must order - Assam Curry Fish (Stingray)
Long beans, brinjals and tofu puffs were added.

You will give me added years of life, as rich and full

as those of many generations, all packed into one.

And I shall live before the Lord forever.

Oh, send your loving-kindness and truth to guard and

watch over me, and I will praise your name continually,

fulfilling my vow of praising you each day.

(Psalm 61:6-8, The Living Bible-TLB)
 Red & Green Variegated Aglaenoma Sp
A friend came to adopt this.
Big red sun. Sunrise at the park at 7:40 am.

Linking to Friday Bliss & Skywatch Friday.

56 comments:

  1. İnteresting foods 😊 thanks for your sharing 😊

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  2. Yummm curry fish! This is so tasty.

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  3. Wow, I would like to try Assam Curry Fish!
    Beautiful plant, and wonderful sky!

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  4. So nice of you to give the pretty plant to your friend.

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    1. My friend has waited for me to propagate this plant for him.

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  5. I like stingray in my assam curry. Easier to eat.

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  6. my fav is the assam curry fish...I can have lotsa rice with that!

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  7. Oh my what a lovely meal you had. Looks amazing.

    You have a great green thumb.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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  8. That plant is just simply beautiful. I don't think I have ever seen it.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. The colourful leaves make up for lack of flowers.

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  9. I should try cooking romaine lettuce. That would be a novelty.

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    1. Very easy, just blanch in boiling water and drizzled with garlic crisp and oil, and soy sauce.

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  10. I never knew that you could cook romaine lettuce. We use it as a salad. Also I didn't know that you could eat stingray. Amazing Nancy. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. I like to eat lettuce raw as in salad but not hubby, so I have blanch it. The small stingray is good to eat.

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  11. ...your sunset is about 10 minutes before ours, beautiful.

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  12. Sweet and spicy dishes! That's beautiful plant and great sunrise

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  13. That fried chicken looks yummmm

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  14. Such a beautiful sunrise shot!! Have a nice weekend.

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  15. Hello, Nancy


    Beautiful plant and the sunrise is gorgeous. I love the trees. Enjoy your day, happy weekend!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen and have a wonderful weekend.

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  16. The leaves on this plant are beautiful. And a gorgeous sunrise!

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  17. Nice pictures!

    Happy weekend friend :)

    https://pandoraglam.blogspot.com
    xoxo

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  18. I like stingray in sambal form too. What a lovely and unique plant with colourful leaves.

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  19. Salivating already at the mention and picture of that assam fish!

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  20. Feliz tarde de sábado. Besitos.

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  21. What a beautiful plant! Its leaves are wonderful. Thanks for the post)))

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  22. That was a beautiful sun, and a lovely dinner.

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