Nuffnang Ads

Sunday, 30 August 2020

My Friends' First Dinner At Kedai Minuman Villa, Ipoh

Since the start of RMCO (Recovery Movement Control Order), we have been walking out from our house to the nearby shops, walking a few rounds around the blocks of shop. We prefer walking there because the streets are lighted up by street lights. Another reason is that there is less people walking there as most of them will be walking at the lake park which we used to go before the MCO started. The walk back home is interesting because sometimes I get to pass by and take snapshots of the pretty flower by the roadside.

Calliandra haematocephala flowers by the roadside.
Yellow Elder flowers by the roadside.
My friend's home grown Jack fruit or nangka fruit. It took her almost 2 hours to cut up the fruits and packed ready to distribute to her friends.
I received the above Jack fruit or nangka from my friend. She took the trouble to come all the way to send it to my house. Thank you, dear for your thoughtfulness. Appreciate it.
~~~~~
Dinner with friends from Penang.
This is the first time taking our friends to this new place for dinner. Our friends prefer the cooking of small eateries to well known restaurants.
Bitter gourd slices + egg omelette.
Free range chicken cooked with lots of blended ginger in clay pot. This is very flavourful and those who loves ginger would enjoy this dish.
Sweet potato leaves cooked in clay pot with lots of crispy fried lard. This is another tasty dish.
A very satisfying and reasonably priced dinner.

Have a Blessed Sunday!

For the Lord says,
"Because he loves me, I will rescue him;
I will make him great because he trusts in my name.
When he calls on me, I will answer;
I will be with him in trouble and rescue him and honor him.
I will satisfy him with a full life and give him my salvation."
(Psalm 91:14-16, The Living Bible-TLB)

34 comments:

  1. The elder flowers look so sweet and lovely with its yellow colour.

    ReplyDelete
  2. ...thanks for the names of the flowers, I've seen them many times in Maui, but didn't know the names.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. With Google Lens, I can find the names of most flowers.

      Delete
  3. The sweet potatoes leaves dish for your dinner is the dish I like best. The flowers by the roadside, are they growing on their own or some one planted them?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. These flowers are found by the roadside outside residential houses. They are planted by the owners in front of their houses.

      Delete
  4. Beautiful flowers and more delicious meals. I keep seeing Jack fruit in the store lately but have never tried it. I've heard it's used as a substitute for meat. Have a nice Sunday Nancy :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I didn't know that Jack fruit can be used as a substitute for meat.

      Delete
  5. Love your omelet. It makes me want to make one myself.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Those flowers are beautiful! And love that you have such a dear friend.

    ReplyDelete
  7. These flowers look so beautiful, they have such an unique shape. Thank you for sharing and food look so delicious.

    New Post - https://www.exclusivebeautydiary.com/2020/07/marc-jacobs-decadance-mugler-aura.html

    ReplyDelete
  8. Your firt flower...we hve ones just like it, but they are called Mimosa. But the Elder flowers, I am in LOVE with them!!!! Is this the plant that grows Elderberries?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I have no idea if the Elder plants grow berries.

      Delete
  9. Very colorful with flowers I love

    ReplyDelete
  10. Fewer crowds and more flowers, i am glad you walk that way now.

    Hope you had a blessed and beautiful Sunday!

    ReplyDelete
  11. Flowers are beautiful and you certainly have a dear friend to walk and deliver.

    ReplyDelete
  12. Lovely flowers from your walk and that's a difficult task taken by your friend to serve you these tasty fruits.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Precioso todo me encanta. Buen día.

    ReplyDelete
  14. You do know your flowers well! I refer to first one as the 'red wooly flower' hehe. Have that in my garden.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks to Mun who introduced me to Google Lens. Now I am able to get to know the name of the flowers that Google Lens can recognize.

      Delete
    2. Ohhh. Thanks for sharing.

      Delete

Your visits and encouraging comments are greatly appreciated. Please leave me your blog link for me to visit you. Thank you.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...