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Saturday, 23 May 2020

Charcoal Roast Duck For Lunch & Dinner

Even though we are under MCO, the days seem to pass by so fast. Hubby has been checking the weather forecast. Yesterday (66th day MCO), we had sunny morning followed by heavy downpour in the afternoon. 
 Lovely sunrise at 7:00 am.
 Hubby bought fried vermicelli for breakfast.
We shared this plate of fried noodle.
Hubby and I went to Aeon Big to buy some essentials and also a box of dates. On the way home, we stopped to buy half a roast duck.
I removed the stalks and transferred the dates into a plastic container.
 This is half a roast duck.
We ate half for lunch and kept half for dinner. 
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Home cooked dinner
Steamed eggs: 2 chicken eggs, 1 salted egg, and water. When cooked, sprinkle spring onions, drizzled with garlic oil and soy sauce
Steamed eggplants.
Drizzled with garlic oil and soy sauce. Sprinkle with spring onion.
Roast duck
 Home cooked dinner for 2 people.
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A friend came over to borrow our big cage. He complained that a civet cat has been stealing their mangoes. The next morning, they found out that they managed to trap the civet cat. The friend let go of the civet car far away from his house and later returned the cage to us. He gave us some mangoes in appreciation for lending them the cage.
This is the civet cat trapped inside our cage.

Linking to Saturday's Critters.

Fear of man is a dangerous trap,
but to trust in God means safety.
(Proverbs 29:25, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. fried vermicelli and dates look delicious....yummy

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  2. Mouthwatering! I want some roasted duck too :-))

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  3. ...the duck looks delicious

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  4. Hello, your meals looks yummy, I would like the roasted duck. What is a civet cat, are they mean. Take care! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, have a happy weekend! PS, your visit and comment are very much appreciated.

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    1. I haven't come up close with a civet cat but I know that they will come and eat the fruits from our fruit trees.

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  5. I thought your critter was a duck -- or rather, half a duck! A civet cat is more interesting.

    be well... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  6. A lot of meat on that half duck.
    Take care.

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  7. Wow, those meals look delicious. I would like to taste them. Thanks for sharing.
    I hope you´ll visit my blog soon. Have a nice day!

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    1. Thank you, Marianela. Have a nice day too.

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  8. Hope the civet cat moved back to forest and good they able to catch it sooner. Well balanced lunch and dinner
    Take care

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    1. Hope the civet cat will not find its way back.

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  9. I hope the civet cat can survive far from where s/he used to live. How come you own such a big cage?

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    1. We have lots of stray cats in our area. Hubby bought the big cage to trap the stray cats which have become a nuisance e.g. leaving their smelly poo in my garden and scratches on our cars.

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    2. After trapping the stray cats, what do you all do with them? Release elsewhere or send to municipal council animal shelter?

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    3. Hubby will release the stray cats elsewhere far from our house to make sure they do not find their way back.

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  10. That is a huge pest.

    Roast duck looks good especially with that thick sauce.

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    1. This is one of the best roast duck in our area.

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  11. Oh my. I have never seen a cat steal mangoes. It's great that you got mangoes by lending your cage.

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    1. Oh yes, the cage help to save their mangoes from the civet cat.

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  12. I have never tasted duck...and this looks so good. It makes me want to try it.

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    1. I prefer duck to chicken. Hope you get to taste it one day.

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  13. I am so glad he did not harm the Civet! It is beautiful.

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    1. I did not get to see the civet, only the picture our friend sent to us.

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  14. What a satisfying dinner, i love all the dishes, can i self invite myself to your house, lol. The roast duck looks so good. Recently find that lesser things to blog and post as due to lockdown a lot of places closed so cannot go here and there to take photos to share with my blogger friends. Can only share abt food. Our blogs also have a new normal lol.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. So true, our blog posts have to adapt to our current situation.

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  15. El pato asado se ve muy bueno. Besos.

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  16. Your food looks yummy and I've never seen a civet cat! It's good he was able to catch it and let it go safely :)

    Hope you are having a great weekend :) We aren't doing much, staying home and staying warm with that cold winter weather that's here!

    Away From Blue

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    1. We don't have winter but we do have rainy days and thunderstorms. Stay warm and stay safe.

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  17. While i love the wildlife, i also do not love them ravaging my yard, so i'm glad to hear the civet was caught and taken safely elsewhere.

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    1. We usually let them loose somewhere away from residential area.

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