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Thursday, 2 April 2020

BBQ Stuffed Pork Intestine & Noodles Meatballs Soup

Today is 16th day MCO. For the past few days, hubby has been keeping himself occupied by repainting the garden walls.
The repainting is almost done.
He will probably think of another project to keep himself busy while I take care of the housework and the cooking.
Yesterday's breakfast.
French toast and bread for dipping into half boiled eggs.
After breakfast, I harvested the above from my garden.
Later in the morning, a friend called me to collect the above vegetable from her stall. This is "kau kee choy" or wolf berry leaves which is usually used for making soup.
Hubby went out to buy BBQ stuffed pork intestine which we had for lunch. Only this, nothing else. Our friend called us again to collect 2 more green vegetables. No photo to show but they are mustard green (choy sum) and baby Chinese cabbage (siew bok choy). These green leafy vegetables can't keep for long, so I decided to cook noodle soup with them.
Hubby's noodle and meatballs soup with choy sum with "pei tan" or century egg. The noodle is non fried dried Cintan noodle.
My noodle and meatball soup with "kau kee choy" and egg.
I used wheat flour noodle or "meesua" which hubby doesn't eat.
Our dinner with bird's eye chili in soy sauce for dipping.
One late morning when the sun was up, I was trying to take a snapshot of the cassava or tapioca plants. It ended up with my shadow in the snapshot.
Next to the cassava or tapioca plants, I planted a row of taro or yam plants.
Both the cassava and taro will take about a year before they are ready for harvest.

He waters the earth to make it fertile.
The rivers of God will not run dry!
He prepares the earth for his people and
sends them rich harvests of grain.
(Psalm 65:9, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. it is best to linger in this process 😊I cook and create a small garden

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  2. I love the noodle bowl with meatballs and century egg!

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  3. Lovely friends to ask you collect sone veggies. She must be a great gardener like you too.

    Stuffed intestine, I never touch that. Haha. Not acquire to its taste.

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    1. This friend doesn't do gardening. Somebody gave her the vegetables to share with others.

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  4. ...I should start painting too!

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    1. Best time to paint since we can't go anywhere.

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  5. Po pracy trzeba coś dobrego zjeść . Mąż zapracował na taki pyszny posiłek. dużo zdrowia życzę.:)

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  6. Oh my your food looks amazing. You're a most wonderful cook.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. Big hug. ♥

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  7. I had drank kau kee choy soup before. There is rumour that sg might go into shutdown soon so i am stocking up on food, rice, canned food, instant noodles, instant cereal oats and pasta.

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    1. Better to be prepared and stock up some foodstuffs that can keep in case it turns out to be true.

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  8. This is the first time I have ever seen your husband! Even from the back. Now maybe you will post him from the front. Your garden wall is delightful! The noodles and meatballs look fabulous.

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  9. It is good to stay busy during times like this. Loved seeing your plants.

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    1. Better to get things done since we are stuck in the house.

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  10. Your hubby did a good job painting the wall. And your garden looks good, too.

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  11. Food looks so yummy! and love your garden :)

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  12. Me encantó el post, gracias por compartirlo. Besos.

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  13. Wow! Both your bowls of noodles look so delicious! Did you husband start the painting project before mco?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. He had the intention and bought the paint before MCO but only started painting after MCO started.

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  14. Que sabrosos platos Nancy, se ven deliciosos. Tu marido está dejando las paredes preciosas, gran trabajo, enhorabuena a los dos. Tu sembrado luce maravilloso, tendrás una buena cosecha. Besos. Cuidaros mucho.

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  15. Both versions of noodle look good, as long got meatballs and eggs i am happy!

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  16. Both versions of the noodles look good. Glad that your husband is able to keep himself busy. Take care.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. Take care and stay safe.

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  17. Your garden is doing so well. Love the shadow. Happy weekend and stay safe. Diane

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  18. Ooo soup sounds like a great idea! And I may do vegetable garden this year.

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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  19. You are both staying busy, and your meals always look so good!

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  20. Espero que tengas un buen día. Todo se ve muy bien. Besitos y salud.

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  21. Getting to be quite a variety of edibles from your garden.

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    1. Most are past their production stage. Will have to uproot and replant new ones again.

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