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Wednesday, 8 July 2020

Fish Noodles, Figs, & Home Cooked Taro With Pumpkin Dish

Yesterday morning (112th day MCO), just before we started out on our morning walk, our friend called to inform that they will be joining us at the park.
6:35 am
We have the street lights and a bright moon shining over us as we walked from our house to the park which is about 15 minutes walk.
Breaking of dawn at 6:50 am
Morning sky at the park.
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Breakfast
After morning walk at the lake park, we took our friends to Restoran Huan Le for fish noodles and fried noodle.
I bought the above savoury rice flour kuih from a roadside stall to try.
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Back home in my garden
Purple Jordan figs
Purple Jordan figs from different plant.
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Sweet snacks (neen koh) from Bercham
4 pieces fried neen koh and 1 piece fried taro.
This delicious snack is made with a piece of glutinous rice cake sandwiched between 2 pieces of taro, dipped in batter and then deep fried. Watch out for the hot melted glutinous rice cake that might ooze out after you have taken a bite.
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Home cooked dinner
Stewed taro and pumpkin with garlic and dried prawns.
We tasted this dish when we were dining at a restaurant recently.
Vegetables soup (baby green amaranth & napa cabbage) with minced meat balls and dried prawns.
Sambal dried prawn.
Simple yet satisfying dinner (without rice) for 2 people.


My child, never forget the things I have taught you.
Store my commands in your heart.
If you do this, you will live many years,
and your life will be satisfying.
(Proverbs 3:1-2, New Living Translation-NLT)

52 comments:

  1. Those figs are looking really healthy! Hopefully you can harvest them before birds getting them :-) Taro and pumpkin are both my favourite. So yummy!

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  2. simple yet delicious dinner of stewed taro & veggie soup!

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  3. Neen koh looks so delicious. I've never heard about it :)

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    1. Usually early but sometimes I do wake up late.

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  5. Nice early walk to the park. The fish noodles must taste good. May you harvest many sweet figs. I often wait till the deep fried nian gao cools down before eating so it won't ooze out. Delicious taro pumpkin dish for dinner. Love your vegetables soup too. You must be very full after dinner if all the food are finished cos the yam pumpkin is very filling. Were you very full after dinner?

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    1. That is the best time to eat when the neen koh oozes out. Full, yes but not that full because it is not a very big plate of taro.

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  6. Those figs are doing well.
    The meal does look nice.
    Take care.

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    1. I am now thinking of how to protect the figs from the birds. Take care too.

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  7. I have never purple Jordan figs😊 thanks for your sharing 😊

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  8. ...is there anything that you don't grow in your garden?

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    1. Lol! I do wish to grow lots of things in my garden but can't because of the weather and limited space in my garden.

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  9. I love figs! I wish we could grow them here.

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    1. We can easily grow figs but they will not do well during the rainy season.

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  10. I love fried neen koh! Your fig plant is doing very well. Looks like you will have plenty of figs to eat soon.

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    1. Thank you, PH. I will if I get to the figs before the birds.

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  11. Hello dear Nancy!
    I have a fig tree in my garden!
    Beautiful pictures of the dawn and great moon shots!
    The meal looks delicious! Have a nice day! Stay safe!
    Dimi...

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    1. Thank you, DIMI. Have a nice day and stay safe too.

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  12. Fish noodle look good. So comforting. Long time I did not go for morning walk.

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    1. Nowadays, we try to walk every day. Some days we couldn't make it.

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  13. La comida y los higos se ven muy bien. Besos.

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  14. Ah add sweet potatoes to the usual taro dish with dried prawns. I rather like the idea.

    First time seeing a cube of neen koh fried like that.

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    1. I added pumpkin to taro. I think sweet potatoes will make good substitute for those who doesn't like pumpkin.

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  15. glad they opened parks there for walks and good to see morning sky from park after some long time. hope you enjoyed the breakfast with your friends.

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  16. What a great way to start the day...meeting friends under a beautiful sky.

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    1. Wonderful to be able to meet up for walk and followed by breakfast.

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  17. Love how you ring in a new day. Also love all the food you enjoy too.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  18. looks delicious. Love the figs.

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  19. Taro sounds appealing for me...yummy

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  20. Excelentes y sugerentes imagenes,saludos y feliz semana.

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  21. It sounds like you have already had a good walk by the time you get to the park to take a walk!

    Hope you get plenty of figs this year.

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  22. What a lovely morning walk in the moonlight! It looks like your garden is doing well and, I assume, will be a part of some of the delightful food dishes you share :)

    It's great to see you at 'My Corner of the World this week! Thanks for linking up with us.

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  23. Your figs look at much the same stage as our do. Stay safe and keep well, Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane. Stay safe and keep well too.

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  24. We call that savory rice flour kuih chwee kuih, one of my fav. The taro can substitute as rice.

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    1. I seldom get to eat chwee kuih and first time seeing this woman selling the kuih.

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