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Thursday, 14 May 2020

Simple Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner On 57th Day MCO

It was a rainy morning on the 57th day MCO and there was no lovely sunrise.
All I could get is this morning sky at 8:23 am.
2 new Gardenia flowers from my garden.
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Breakfast
Noodles in clear soup with fried fish cakes.
We wanted to buy beef soup but for the time being, there is no beef soup.
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Lunch
Wholemeal bread dipped in leftover fish curry.
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Dinner
Taro or yam cooked with dried prawns, garlic and home grown spring onions. We each had a plate of yam in place of rice and blanched green veggie.
" I love Malaysia "
A mural painted on the wall of a school.

How precious is your constant love, O God!
All humanity takes refuge in the shadow of your wings.
(Psalm 36:7, The Living Bible-TLB)

44 comments:

  1. I want some of the yam! So yum :-)

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  2. I wonder if the Gardenia flowers give out sweet aroma?
    I love to eat curry with bread for a change.

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    1. Yes, the Gardenia flowers have sweet aroma.

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  3. What gorgeous Gardenias! I also love the school mural, especially the singing bird.

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  4. I love Gardenia flowers :)

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  5. I like all ur 3 meals! I prefer eating yam as staple (than rice) once in a while, but yam is not cheap in KL...

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    1. I am a great fan of yam and I agree that yam is not cheap.

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  6. I havent try make steamed taro before.

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    1. I didn't steam the taro, actually its more like stewed taro with dried prawns and garlic.

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  7. Hearty meals! Yes, I would eat yam in place of rice too. No beef soup because sold out or beef is out of stock in markets?

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    1. They are not cooking beef soup during MCO. I don't know the reason.

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  8. Long time I did not take yam! Yummy Yam!

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  9. Having yam in place of rice is interesting! Mr Gardenia has not been flowering :(

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  10. Yam is a very versatile food, can make dessert, can use to cook yam rice and can cook yam pork belly.

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    1. I can never resist yam, my favourite food.

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  11. ...a wonderful mural Nancy. From what I've seen on your blog, there's a lot to love!

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  12. A wonderful mural, it would be lovely to one day visit.

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  13. The sky still has a beauty all its own! And that is a nice mural.

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  14. I just had breakfast, but I would love to have some of each dish.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. I am going to have late lunch now. Have a beautiful weekend.

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  15. Pyszne jedzenie, piękne kwiaty. Lubię murale ten jest super:) Miłych dni:)

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  16. La gardenia me gusta mucho, también me encantaría visitar algún día Malasia. Besitos.

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  17. Reading the gospel of the Psalms that you listed, it is true that His love is always very loyal to us all. Your soup of noodle soup looks delicious ...., Enjoy your meal in the garden.

    Have a nice day.
    Greetings from Indonesia

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  18. I always like the 'liew fun' from Ipoh. Not common here in KL.

    Interesting to have yam instead of rice.

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    1. Now I understand why so many outstation visitors coming to Ipoh for the "liew fun". I like the liew but not those commercially made ones.

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  19. That's a lovely mural, and i can almost smell the gardenias, they are a favorite.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. I get to smell the gardenias whenever I walk pass the plant.

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