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Friday, 18 September 2020

Stewed Pork With Daikon & Fish Head With Pineapple Curry

These days, we are choosing to eat more home cooked meals especially when I have to clear some home grown vegetables from my fridge. Once in a while, we do eat out with friends or when I don't feel like cooking. Today, I will be sharing 2 sets of home cooked meals.

#1 - Home cooked dinner.
Stewed pork with daikon, a very flavourful dish.
Home grown chives used to make omelette.
Instead of steamed rice, we had cooked dried noodle.
Simple dinner for 2 people
This season, the Sea Hibiscus plant is flowering non-stop. I collected these flowers in the evening before they drop to the ground.
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#2 - Home cooked lunch without rice.  
Its a shared lunch for 4 people.
My friend cooked this pot of fish head curry with pineapple and okra.
I made stuffed tofu puffs and stuffed home grown bitter gourds.
My friend also contributed Chinese rojak paste, cucumber, pineapple and sengkuang. I contributed the ground peanuts.
Morning sky at 7:50 am
Evening sky at 6:40 pm.


No power in the sky above or in the earth below - indeed,
nothing in all creation will ever be able to separate us
from the love of God that is revealed in Christ Jesus our Lord.
(Romans 8:39, New Living Translation-NLT)

62 comments:

  1. Nancy,
    You have such a fabulous blog. Loved all your creations and those eye catching pictures. You accomplish so much and those hibiscus look so ornamental.

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  2. I like stewed pork with daikon!

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  3. I love also chives in an omelette - so good. Beautiful flowers & the sky!

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  4. Oh that omelette is truly my thing dear Nancy :)))

    what a delicious collection of home cooked dishes ,each is wonderful and compelling :)
    i too like gourd
    nothing is tasty more than home grown veggies my friend
    precious verse !
    more blessings to you and your's!

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  5. I love omelette :) Have a great day :)

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  6. Hibiscus flowers are really pretty! I would love some fish head curry :-)

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  7. Everything looks so good and those sea hibiscus flowers are gorgeous! Beautiful sky shots too. Happy Friday, have a great weekend :)

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  8. I'm hungry this morning and all this food is making my stomach growl. It's a good thing.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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  9. Nice home cooked dishes and the flowers look fresh in the droplets!

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  10. That Sea Hibiscus is just beautiful.

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  11. ...sea hibiscus are a favorite.

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  12. Great food, great skies, wonderful verse!! Have a great weekend!!

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  13. Your cooking is much more complicated than mine. What wonderful dishes to share. - Margy

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  14. Sea hibiscus flowers are so pretty! How to propagate this plant? If I live in Ipoh, I would beg you for some seeds? Or branches? Or shoots? So that I can plant this pretty flower in my home.

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    1. I haven't tried propagation this plant yet. It was gifted to me by a friend.

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  15. Your home cooked meal is do delicious especially the chives omelette. The shared dinner is also super delicious! You are a super cook. Did you learn to cook by yourself on your own?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. Thanks to the cooking lessons in school that gave me the interest to cook and later on, the opportunity to cook when I was staying with my sister. Ha ha ha...I like to cook because I love to eat. I was not allowed into the kitchen when my mom was cooking.

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  16. Both meals look so tasty. I like chives in my omelette too. Great sky photo.

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  17. Your food looks so good!! And the Sea Hibiscus is gorgeous, do they mostly grow by the sea?

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I do not know why it was named Sea Hibiscus.

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  18. Hello,
    Your home cooked meals look delicious! The Hibiscus blooms are pretty.
    Lovely sky images. Take care, enjoy your day! Happy weekend!

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  19. Your omelet looks so good. I want to try making one, but for some reason I never get around to it.

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    1. Practice makes perfect. Try with lower fire.

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  20. Beautiful skies. I've never heard of tofu puffs, but they look delicious!

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  21. Tofu puffs, they sound quite good. Love the skies and flowers!

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  22. Todo se ve muy bueno. Buen día.

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  23. Love both your homecooked meals especially the flavourful stewed pork with daikon.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. That was a very flavourful dish.

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  24. Looks like both you and your friend are good cooks! Such yummy dishes.

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    1. I think the MCO has helped me become better cooks. Lol!

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  25. Beautiful Hibiscus..It would be my pleasure if you join my link up party related t o gardening here at http://jaipurgardening.blogspot.com/2020/09/garden-affair-ornamental-aquatic-plants.html

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