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Wednesday, 1 July 2020

Indian Bread, Curries & Durians For Dinner

We started out on our morning walk at about 6:40 am. Reached the park and walked one round and went to our regular coffee shop for a cup of unsweetened coffee. I ate 2 sweet buns dipped in the coffee for breakfast.
The odd one out of line.
 Walking back home to wait for our friends. Accompanied our friends to walk in the park for another 2 rounds and took them to the nearby coffee shop for breakfast.
Convenient for customers to scan the QR code which is placed on every table. Since hubby and I already had our breakfast, we ordered drinks only.
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Lunch
I bought a packet of vegetable acar for RM3 to try.
Warm up the leftover winter melon soup from the previous day's dinner.
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Having friends over for a simple take away dinner.
Hubby went out to buy chapati and dosai.
He also took along a food carrier to hold the chicken curry, sardine sambal, dhal gravy, and coconut chutney.
My friends contributed 4 tubs of 4 different types of durians. Specially bought these branded durians such as "Kunyit", "D2", "Susu", and "Ganja" for us to try.  
We ate the durian as dessert after dinner.
A friend gave the thumb up when she ate the durian with curry gravy.
On our morning walks, we will pass by this plant on our way home. Can anyone help identify this plant?


Different kinds of fruit trees can quickly be identified by examining their fruit.
A variety that produces delicious fruit never produces an inedible kind.
And a tree producing an inedible kind can't produce what is good.
So the trees having the inedible fruit are chopped down and thrown on the fire.
Yes, the way to identify a tree or a person is by the kind of fruit produced.
(Matthew 7:17-20, The Living Bible-TLB)

52 comments:

  1. I also started using QR and just scan. Less hassle.

    Haha. Love the birds'photo. There is always an odd one out.

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    1. More convenient to use contactless app to scan.

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  2. everywhere these days need to scan QR code and check-in...
    I also had Indian roti recently (roti canai).

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    1. More people are using apps to scan QR code. I like roti canai too.

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  3. Interesting that you bought a lot of ready made foods, even during this pandemic time...is it a normal practice in Malaysia?

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    1. Before pandemic, it is more convenient to eat out whenever we do not cook. Since pandemic, we got used to buying take away to eat in our own house.

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  4. Lovely photos ang beautiful flowers. The first photos is cool!!!!

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  5. The white flower plant is Safed Aak Live Plant, Calotropis Gigantea, White Madar. It is a sacred plant for Hindus I read online. Nowadays Google Lens apps can easily take photos to search online for more info. Wow! Did you try eating Durians with Curry Gravy?

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    1. Thank you, Mun for the plant ID. Will check out the apps. No, I want to taste the durian in its original state.

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  6. Hello, I love your birds on the wire photo. It is a pretty plant, I see a previous commenter helped with the id..Enjoy your and the rest of the week!

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  7. How wonderful! Durians and curry. I know what I am going to eat this weekend hee...hee...

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  8. ...I see that bloom in Maui too and have never known its name.

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  9. I googled the plant and like a previous commenter came up with Calotropis Gigantea, White Madar.
    I like the birds on the line. You always get one that has to be different.

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  10. Hello dear Nancy!
    So many different meals! Look so delicious especially the chicken curry!
    A wonderful photo with the birds on the wire! Have a lovely day and a happy July! Stay safe!
    Dimi...

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    1. Thank you, DIMI. Happy day. Stay safe too.

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  11. That is an interesting plant.. I hope to remember look it up later.

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  12. Never heard of anyone dipping food into their coffee - was it nice?
    Different cultures do different things.
    Haven't a clue what that plant is but might recognise it when it's in flower as having seen it before.
    Take care.

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    1. I like to dip biscuits or bread into my coffee, makes it easier to eat. Take care and stay safe too.

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  13. Yummy and I'm coming over to enjoy the food.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  14. The birds on the wire is a delight, great photo.

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  15. Sorry I cannot identify the plant, but it looks nice. As for durian, I don't think I have ever tasted it.

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  16. Both very flavourful, durians and curries.

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  17. That White Madar is quite beautiful. Have a good day Diane

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  18. I didn't know there are so many types of Durian!

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    1. There are many types of durians and I can't name them all.

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  19. Me gusta esa flor. Un beso.

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  20. Good food, and one funny bird. There is one in every group!

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    1. There is always one who wants to stand out in every human group too. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  21. Noo I refuse to mix durian and curry! That's a good quantity of durian there.

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    1. Hahaha...I also want to enjoy the original taste of the durian.

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  22. Awesome photos, as always! The flower is just so charming to see.

    'My Corner of the World' is happy to see you this week! Thanks for linking.

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    1. Thank you, Betty for hosting. Have a happy Sunday!

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