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Friday, 3 April 2020

Noodles For Breakfast & Chicken Rendang For Dinner

Today is Friday, 3rd April, 17th MCO. I was up early and went out to catch the sunrise.
 Morning sky @ 6:57 am, taken from in front of my house.
 7:07 am
 Sunrise @ 7:35 am
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Breakfast on the last day of March, 31st, 14th day MCO
Hubby took 2 tier stainless steel tiffin carrier to buy breakfast.
Hubby's breakfast 
Dry curry yellow noodle with bbq pork and roast pork.
 My breakfast - 2 pieces of peanut thick pancake @ RM 1.10 each.
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From my garden. 
Sea hibiscus (Talipariti taliaceum)
The flower slowly changes from yellow to orang red in the evening.
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Yesterday's breakfast, 16th day MCO.
 Hubby's breakfast
Non fried Cintan noodle, meat balls, fish balls and choy sum.
 My breakfast
Mee sua, meat balls, fish balls & kau kee choy.
Condiment: Chili in soy sauce. 
I finished off all the chili and the soy sauce makes great dipping for the meat and fish balls.
Pan fried "nian gao" or sweet glutinous rice flour cake with egg and flour batter for lunch.
Yesterday's harvest from my garden.
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Dinner
 Home cooked chicken rendang with ready made paste.
 Blanched the remaining choy sum given by a friend.
Drizzled with garlic oil and soy sauce.
Dinner for 2 people.
Kept the leftover chicken rendang for tomorrow's breakfast.

Linking to Friday BlissSkywatch Friday. 

The important thing to remember

is that our remaining time is very short,

and so are our opportunities for doing the Lord's work.

For that reason those who have wives

should stay as free as possible for the Lord;

happiness or sadness or wealth

should not keep anyone from doing God's work.

(1 Corinthians 7:29-30, The Living Bible-TLB)

50 comments:

  1. Chicken rendang and white rice for me!

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  2. You are certainly doing well with the harvest from the garden. Take care and stay safe.

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

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  3. Your sea hibiscus is so pretty! So unique that it changes color. Love all the food that you had too.

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  4. Wow..all the food above makes me drooling now!!

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    1. Now what we do is cook at home and look at what others cook. Since we can't go out foodie hunting, this is a good alternative.

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  5. Beautiful sunrise. I wish I got up early more often to enjoy the sunrise.

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  6. You eat really well, Nancy. I miss those peanut pancakes.

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  7. homecooked food is always the best! i long time no eat rendang.

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  8. ...the sea hibiscus is a wonderful reminder of Maui for me.

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  9. Wow! The Pan fried "nian gao" so yummy! Stay safe!

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  10. I loooove Beef Rendang so much and I had it almost every day during my trip to Kuala Lumpur years ago. My father would love that Mee Sua (we call is Misua here) that you cooked and I would love a serving of your hubby's dried noodles! I love dry noodle dishes so much!

    Stevenson

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    1. I prefer beef rendang but don't have beef in my fridge so I use chicken meat.

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  11. Love the sunrises, love the food and the flowers. Hopefully the restrictions will control the spread of the virus in your country.

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    1. Thank you, Yogi. I hope things will improve and no more extension or worse, total lockdown if situation worsen.

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  12. You're both eating well throughout MCO, thumbs up!

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    1. Sometimes I have no mood to cook, don't know what to cook.

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  13. Oh, I so love those flowers. They are beautiful...and all the sunrise shots are wonderful.

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  14. Your food looks extra good today! Sea Hibiscus! Never heard of them, they are beautiful! So do they grow by the water always?

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I plant the sea hibiscus in normal garden soil in a pot.

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  15. My breakfast is very different from yours. Today I ate 1 Cinnamon roll and 1 apple turner.

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    1. Thank you, Gigi. We usually have savoury breakfast.

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  16. Beautiful sunrise captures!! Have a safe and healthy weekend.

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  17. Oh my on the food and the sunrises too. Beautiful.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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  18. Jeepers this food looks really delicious. It is near dinnertime here right now. Breakfast choices are so unusual but tasty. Stay safe.

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    1. Thank you and enjoy your weekend. Stay safe and healthy.

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  19. Your food always makes me hungry :)

    https://villemo20.blogspot.com/

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  20. Siempre tienes muy buena comida. Besitos y salud.

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  21. We don't get to see too much of the sunrise from here, so many trees, but having the trees is a good thing so i don't complain. It's lovely to see your sunrise photos, and your flowers and meals are always so enticing!

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    1. I can only catch the sunrise or sunset from the front of my house where there are no trees blocking. Trees have their advantages too.

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