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Tuesday, 10 March 2020

Chinese Spinach & Stinky Beans With Minced Meat For Dinner

Another warm day. Current local temperature according to the internet is now 33 deg C at 
1:30 pm here in Ipoh. This warm weather is making me sleepy and lazy.
 Lovely morning sky at 7:15 am.
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For dinner I cooked the following 2 dishes.
 Chinese Spinach (yeen choy) sauteed with garlic and dried prawns.
 Sambal stinky beans (petai), home grown long beans and okra with minced meat.
 Thanks to a friend who blesses me with her home made sambal paste, cooking sambal dishes is so much easier for me.
To enjoy sambal stinky beans to the maximum, we need to eat it with rice.
 The same friend who blesses us with the sambal paste bought a big packet of iced cendol for us. Hubby and I shared this big bowl of ice cendol after dinner.
 Orange fire cracker flowers from my garden.
 From the National Museum - The Speaker's Chair.
The Speaker's Chair is a gift from the House of Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to Malaysian Government on 2 November 1963 as a token of friendship and Malaysia as a new member of the Commonwealth Association.


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42 comments:

  1. That is a lovely sunrise...and lovely is the perfect word for it.

    You have a good friend!

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  2. Very good meal! I love to eat yin choy and petai. You are absolutely right that sambal must be eaten with rice!

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    1. Now I am thinking of cooking sambal petai again. Yums!

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  3. Your simple meals look very appealing indeed. Thirty-three degrees is a good temperature to stay indoors!

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  4. Stinky beans, do they make you stink? LOL Have a great Tuesday Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. When you eat, there is no stink. Only the urine will stink.

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  5. That is a beautiful chair, a very nice gift.

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  6. You food always makes me happy. Yummy.

    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. ...a stately gift from a friend! Thanks Nancy for stopping by, stay safe and enjoy your week.

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    1. Thank you, Tom for hosting. Have a wonderful day!

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  8. Thanks for sharing about the speaker's chair, now i learn something

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  9. It has been raining quite often in singapore as tomb sweeping festival (qing ming) coming soon.

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  10. I love hot weather. In Poland is today is 8-9 c. Your food looks delicious

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    1. I can't imagine if our weather is 8-9 C. I think I will be shivering from cold.

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  11. These colour of sky in morning are amazing. Also food looks very delicious.

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  12. Muy buena comida como siempre. Un beso.

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  13. Love your flowers, and your cooking.

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  14. Looks like your group like to gift each other food!

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    1. Yes, we bless one another with food gifts.

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