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Tuesday, 16 June 2020

Steamed Chinese Pomfret Fish & Cabbage Soup For Dinner

Yesterday morning we woke up at about 6:45 am and walked to the nearby shops behind our house. We didn't walk in the park because by then many people will be there.
Sunrise at 7:07 am
 We decided to take breakfast in our regular coffee shop. Since we have downloaded "MySejahtera App", we can use our mobile phone to scan the QR code at the coffee shop and no longer have to write down our names and contact numbers. Again, I forgot to snap photos of our breakfast. Hubby had a plate of fried rice vermicelli which I took a few mouthfuls and we shared a cup of unsweetened coffee.
Cockscomb flowers in front of my house.
For lunch, we had cream crackers with pineapple jam and Nescafe.
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Home cooked dinner.
Steamed Chinese white pomfret fish with ginger strips, garnished with spring onions and drizzled with garlic oil, oyster and soy sauce. I bought this fish from a roadside stall for RM 13.40.
Cabbage soup with sesame oil, ginger strip, 2 fried eggs, carrot and pork belly slices.
Crispy and spicy chili flakes sambal.
An early dinner for 2 people.
For dessert: we shared this large Korean Young Wha pear.
It was sweet and juicy.
An antique camera found in a private museum. I can't remember which museum because we have visited a few private museums.


But if anyone keeps looking steadily into God's law for free men,
he will not only remember it but he will do what it says,
and God will greatly bless him in everything he does.
(James 1:25, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. I am eyeing the pomfret... long time since I last ate fish.. must go survey for fish in your place next week!

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    1. Me too, haven't eaten for a long time. I saw the roadside stall selling these and the size is just right for the 2 of us.

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  2. What a lovely sky in the first photo! So glad you came by https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/06/glowing.html to share.

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    1. Thank you, Sue for hosting. Have a good day.

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  3. Thanks for your sharing 😊 have a lovely day 😊

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  4. The flower is a beautiful colour, the food looks good and that certainly is an old camera.

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  5. ...Nancy, the camera is of interest for me. Since in live in Rochester, NY the home Kodak we have a museum at the George Eastman house that has a large collection of cameras. Thanks for sharing and enjoy your day.

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  6. I'm coming over to your house for dinner. Yummy.

    The flowers are most beautiful. Love that deep pink.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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    1. You are most welcome, Sandee. Have a wonderful day.

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  7. Long time I didn't eat pomfret fish. It must be very tasty and price is affordable. Your soup is so full of delicious ingredients that I can't see the soup broth at all. What time is your early dinner?

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    1. My early dinner will be before 6 pm. We usually have dinner after 6 pm.

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  8. Steamed Chinese white pomfret looks terrific!

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  9. That pear looks delicious...and I love the old camera. And your flowers of course.

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  10. Hello dear Nancy!
    Gorgeous sunrise and beautiful old antique camera!
    Like your homemade food and your preety flowers!
    Have a lovely day! Stay safe!
    Dimi...

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  11. The fish dish looks good and I love the old camera. Stay safe Diane

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  12. I appreciate your quotes from the Bible. Always nice to read and remember. Your dinner looks fine. Would love to try that fish.

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  13. So nice to see the wonderful array of food. A real delight to see the antique camera, what a great thing to see.

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  14. Pyszne jedzenie uwielbiam krakersy . Ciekawy aparat fotograficzny.

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  15. I like cabbage soup, although it doesn't smell the best.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I don't mind the smell of cabbage.

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  16. I love cabbage soup, simple yet tasty.

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  17. Those old cameras were a lot of work to use, i wonder if i could have mastered them.

    Lovely meals.

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    1. That is true. I would choose my hand phone camera anytime.

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  18. La comida se ve muy buena como siempre. Besitos.

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  19. That's quite a home-cooked feast. Guess the rice isn't yours.

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    1. You are right. No rice for me because I had 2 bowls of cabbage soup!

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