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Wednesday, 22 April 2020

Noodles Day - Hakka Mee & Fried Beehoon

We are now at 35th day and entering the last week of the 3rd phase MCO. I am happy to be able to capture this a beautiful sunrise.
  The rising sun sitting on the tip of the far distant mountain.
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Breakfast
Hubby went out to "tapau" or to takeaway breakfast.
 Hakka noodle with bean sprout and diced pork.
 Yong tau foo, fish balls and meat balls in clear soup.
 Fried meat balls, stuffed eggplant and stuffed beancurd sheet.
 Garlic chili sauce.
 Thank God for a hearty breakfast for 2.
 I took this snapshot while waiting at the traffic light on my way to the bank.
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Dinner
 Fried Rice Vermicelli
(Ingredients used: carrot, egg, chicken meat, cabbage and garlic)
 These meat balls and stuffed beancurd sheets were given by a friend.
 Fried chicken meat and chili sauce to go with the fried noodle.
 A simple hearty dinner for 2 people.
The leftover fried noodle will be kept for tomorrow's breakfast.
Bauhinia Kockiana from my garden.
I have people stopping in front of my house to admire the beauty of these bright colourful blooms which have served as a landmark for my house. 


Don't be concerned about the outward beauty

that depends on jewelry, or beautiful clothes, or hair arrangement.

Be beautiful inside, in your hearts,

with the lasting charm of a gentle and quiet spirit

that is so precious to God.

(1 Peter 3:4, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. So yum! Stay safe and healthy ☺

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  2. ...I see and enjoy Bauhinia Kockiana in Maui, take care Nancy.

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  3. Love both your meals. Yes, Thank God for both hearty meals. I see the stuffed bean curd sheets and I am salivating like crazy because I love, love to eat them. Were there many customers at the Bank? Did everyone wear mask, even the bank tellers, are they wearing masks? I have not been out so I don't know what the world out there is like anymore.

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    1. Thank you, Mun. There were some cars on the road. Some banks have queue but some very quiet. I didn't enter the bank, just went to withdraw from the ATM machine. Most people I saw wore masks and some places take customers' temperature.

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  4. Wah!! Both of you are so much for breakfast. I would skip lunch after that.

    I love your flowers and had no idea of its name until you shared. Does it give out sweet smell? I want to plant this after the MCO!

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    1. Thank you, TM. We usually take heavy breakfast and very light lunch such as fruits or none at all. The flowers do not have any smell.

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  5. Such beautiful and tasty looking food. Making me feel hungry.

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  6. That sure is a great capture of the sky! If I passed and seen those flowers I would be wanting a picture of them.

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  7. I love noodles. All kinds of noodles. Yummy.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  8. How delicious! I want to try some stuffed beancurd sheets :-)

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  9. Your flowers are beautiful and a good landmark to locate your home. Blessings!

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  10. My favorite today is your first beautiful picture.

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  11. The food looks tasty, and the flowers are beautiful colour.

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  12. It's so amazing that we also call rice vermicelli as Bihon. different spelling but I guess it both came from Chinese Language. Those flowers look so beautiful Nancy! It's the first time I see that type of flower.

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    1. Yes, we too sometimes called rice vermicelli Bihon. It sounds the same in Hokkien dialect.

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  13. I do love noodles!! And your flowers are so bright and pretty :)

    It's delightful to see you over at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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    1. Thank you, Betty for hosting. Have a great day.

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  14. Awesome sunrise and nice dishes!

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  15. Tus flores están preciosas. Un beso.

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  16. Nice landmark to have for your house!

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  17. Your garden must be so well kept and beautiful that got people stop by to admire the flowers.

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    1. Its the Bauhinia Kockiana blooms in front of my house that attracts the admirers.

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