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Tuesday, 23 June 2020

Pork Rib Wonton Noodle, Bak Chang & Simple Home Cooked Dinner

Our favourite wonton noodle stall was closed when the movement control order was implemented. On Sunday night just before we retired for the night, I mentioned to hubby that about this wonton noodle. So early next morning, we cancelled our morning walk and drove out to town for the wonton noodle.

Due to the need for social distancing, we had to queue for about 15 minutes to be seated. We were seated 3 people to a table. Hubby ordered herbal tea and I ordered barley drink. We both ordered wonton noodle with pork rib and pork dumplings plus sui kow.
 Wonton noodle with sourish pork rib.
 1 sui kow and 5 pork dumplings (wontons) in soup.
 Feeling satisfied after this yummylicious breakfast.
 While I was watering the plants with a water hose, this insect came and settle on my hand.
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Lunch
 Steamed 2 glutinous rice dumplings (bak chang) for lunch
 Bak chang made with glutinous rice, black eyed beans, pork belly and salted egg yolk.
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Dinner
 Sauteed home grown snake beans with prawns and garlic.
 Steamed minced pork with preserved vegetable (dong choy).
 Rice porridge with salted egg for hubby.
 Plain rice porridge for me.
 Simple home cooked dinner for 2 people
My neighbour blessed us with this tray of agar-agar.
A ceramic lampstand and a nice stoneware tea set.
Took this snapshot at one of the restaurants we visited.


No one lights a lamp and hides it!

Instead, he puts it on a lampstand to give light

to all who enter the room.

(Luke 11:33, The Living Bible-TLB)

52 comments:

  1. Bak chang looks really good and those agar agar mooncakes are so adorable.

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  2. Wow what a meal. Love the insect Have a good day, and stay safe, Diane

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  3. Sometimes my mom will cook steamed minced pork with dong choy, yums!

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  4. Eh, so fast mooncakes are here already?now is only June wor. Your neighbor just syiok syiok made the agar agar mooncakes herself is it? Not bought?

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    1. I too was surprised to see the agar agar mooncakes. A friend of my neighbour lost her job (tourist industry under MCO) and selling food online is her source of income. To show support, my neighbour bought from her friend.

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    2. I would support by buying too in that case.

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  5. Love your long s beans dish. I like the texture of this type of long bean. The ribs in the wanton mi looks very soft and tender, delicious! Dumplings festival is on Thursday. Do u have many dumplings remaining in your fridge?

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    1. Yes, I love the texture of snake beans compared to the normal long beans. I have 6 dumplings in my fridge and another 2 more given by a friend this morning.

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  6. The food looks nice.
    Isn't it good that you can go and eat out at the place you want to even though you wait 15 minutes, it would be worth it when you like their food.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. So true, no one will want to wait for something that is not good. Have a great day.

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  7. Oh my another feast. You do eat so very well.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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

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  8. Hello dear Nancy!
    Wow! So delicious food !Great capture of the insect!
    The Ceramic Lampstand and the tea cups are so preety!
    Have a lovely day! Stay safe!
    Dimi...

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    1. Thank you, DIMI. Have a great day. Take care and stay safe.

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  9. So much food! I hope you enjoyed it.

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  10. Your breakfast looked particularly inviting, so tasty.

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  11. I love won ton soup, too. Koreans call it mandoo soup. Both are good.

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    1. Thank you, Gigi. Now I know won ton soup in Korean is called mandoo soup.

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  12. The tea set and lamp scene are so pretty and inviting. Unlike this bug. I am glad it did not bite or sting you, it does look kind of dangerous!!

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    1. I was worried too. After taking the snapshot, I quickly blew the insect off my hand.

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  13. Pysznie wyglądają potrawy. Udana fotografia owada i piękne filiżanki do herbaty:)

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  14. Nancy, Wonton noodle with sourish pork rib sounds great to me. Have a great Tuesday my friend.

    Cruisin Paul

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  15. Wonderful food and nice agar2 gift! That insect I have also seen in my garden.

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  16. pork rib wanton noodles looks good!

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  17. You show great patience in allowing that insect to remain on your hand while a photo is taken.
    Thank you for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/06/bath-time.html

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    1. Thank you, Sue. Good thing it didn't sting me.

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  18. La comida se ve muy buena. Besos.

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  19. So much meat on the wanton noodle!

    The mooncake agar2 do look good.

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  20. Even with restrictions, i am sure it is nice to be able to eat at a restaurant again.

    Very nice tea set!

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    1. The eateries have to observe sop for customers to dine-in and customers have to have their temperature screened and write down their name and contact number.

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