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Friday, 14 August 2020

Wonton Noodle Breakfast & Home Cooked Dinner

Wednesday morning (147th day MCO), we did our early morning walking rounds and went home and took the car out to town.

Sunrise at 6:52 am.

7:00 am.
7:08 am.
7:25 am.
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Breakfast at Restoran Memorable Good Taste, Jalan Theater, Ipoh.
We have to queue and wait for our turn to be seated. Once in a while, I don't mind waiting because to us, the food is worth it.
We ordered 2 set of the above breakfast consisting of 1 plate of wonton noodle, stewed sweet sour pork rib, 4 pieces of wonton dumplings and 1 sui kao. We also ordered 2 bowls of herbal tea without the egg. Total cost of breakfast for 2 people is less than RM 16.00
Sui kao and wonton dumplings in tasty soup.
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Home cooked dinner
My neighbour gave me some winged beans.
I used the winged beans to cook with dried prawns and sambal belacan.
Fried 2 fishes.
Boiled soup with pickled mustard root or Sichuan vegetable (char choy in Cantonese), carrot, tomatoes, napa cabbage and pork. An appetizing soup for a warm evening.
This was our home cooked dinner. I cooked noodle for hubby to eat with soup. No noodle for me because I needed to finish the fish. There were leftover soup and winged beans which I kept in the fridge for next day's lunch.
I had this beautiful plant in my garden and then it just disappeared. I miss the beautiful batik designed leaves in pink and green colours. Maybe I should go and buy one from the nursery one of these days.


For you have rescued me from death;
you have kept my feet from slipping.
So now I can walk in your presence,
O God, in your life-giving light.
(Psalm 56:13, New Living Translation-NLT)

56 comments:

  1. the wanton noodles and sui gao looks good!

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  2. These dishes look delicious. The mustard soup is certainly very tasty. Have a good day:)

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  3. That is a beautiful plant, very colourful leaves.
    The sunrise is pretty, the food looks nice, love fish.

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  4. ...the caladium is beautiful!

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  5. Hello, Nancy!
    Beautiful captures of the sunrise. It is a lovely start to your day. The food looks delicious. I love the plant, the leaves are so pretty.
    Take care! Enjoy your day, wishing you a great weekend!

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  6. Such a delicious homemade dinner! The winged beans are new to me.

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    1. Thank you, Angie. The winged beans are 4 angled beans.

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  7. I love the sky shots, especially the 7:08 one.

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  8. Your sky shots are so pretty and all the food looks fantastic as always! I really love that plant in the last photo. You should get another one. Have a nice day Nancy :)

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    1. Thank you, Martha. I have been wanting to get one. Have a nice day too.

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  9. Beautiful skies and those winged beans look interesting. Stay safe, Diane

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  10. The price is sure good and the sweet and sour pork ribs is worth the wait. It is perfectly fine to queue and wait. No harm done. Both of you must be very full after this hearty breakfast. Is the herbal tea without eggs, sweet in taste?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. The herbal tea is sweet and we requested without egg.

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  11. I love all the ingredients in your soup. I could just eat them for dinner, no need to drink the broth liquid. Doesn't your husband eat the fish?

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    1. Hubby doesn't eat much fish, only the fleshy part. He is not good in picking the bones.

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  12. The pink and green leaves are pretty. Usually they will grow again if their roots are still in the ground. Did you remove their roots?

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    1. I didn't remove the roots, don't know what happened to them.

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  13. pretty skies.....and delicious foods....yummy

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  14. Beautiful sky and yummy food. I love all things pasta/noodles.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  15. That is a fantastic plant indeed, like work of art! Sad that it disappeared. It is always interesting to see your food / meals - the ingredients are exotic to me.... Wishing a relaxd weekend, warm greetings riitta

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  16. The fried fish looks delicious! That looks like a caladium plant, and how beautiful it is.

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  17. Beautiful skies. I like the cloud colors!

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  18. I love to eat those wanton dumplings very comforting.

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  19. We have been eating fishes for few days. Trying to clear my freezer for new catches from ny man who is back from his fishing trip later.

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    1. You are blessed with fresh fishes that your man brings back from his fishing trips.

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  20. Oh winged beans is one thing you don't plant in your garden.

    I still haven't seen herbal tea with egg sold here.

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    1. I planted once but it was too invasive for my small garden. Here, we call the herbal tea with egg "tan cha", and without egg "chai cha"....Some very nice but some not so nice.

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  21. Your posts always give me many smiles.

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  22. Un precioso amanecer. Besos.

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  23. Muy lindo el amanecer. Besos.

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