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Wednesday, 18 November 2020

Barley Ginkgo Dessert & Steamed Fish With Rice Porridge

After breakfast, I stopped at a roadside stall to buy barley and bean curd sheet because I wanted to boil barley ginkgo sweet drink. This special type of bean curd sheet is for boiling with barley.

I took out the ginkgo nuts from the fridge, cracked and peeled the nuts. Then I cut the nuts into half and removed the shoot from inside the nuts.
Boil washed barley, bean curd sheets, ginkgo nuts and water together over low fire until the barley expanded and bean curd sheet melted. Remember to leave the cover slightly opened in case the content boiled over. Then add sugar according to your taste.
We had kaya spread on bread and barley ginkgo sweet drink for lunch.
(Kaya is coconut milk+sugar+egg jam).
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Home cooked dinner.
Sauteed Chinese or napa cabbage and carrot with garlic.
My neighbour gave me a fresh water fish (white whisker's cat fish or pak soh koon in Cantonese). I used it to steamed with Sichuan salted vegetable, ginger, chili, garlic and spring onion).
Plain rice porridge for dinner.
I saw this mini or toy carousel at the Kapitan Kongsi Hotel in Malacca.
Blue Plumbago from my garden.
This bush needs constant trimming to keep it in shape.


The sinful nature wants to do evil,

which is just the opposite of what the Spirit wants.

And the Spirit gives us desires that are the opposite

of what the sinful nature desires.

These two forces are constantly fighting each other,

so you are not free to carry out your good intentions.

(Galatians 5:17, New Living Translation-NLT)

52 comments:

  1. Delicious meals, Nancy. I love that steamed fish with sichuan pickles. Very appetizing!

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    1. Thank you, Angie. I usually use salted veggie but there was none in the house. I found Sichuan pickles, so I used it instead of salted veggie.

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  2. That is very appetizing. Bean curd sheet and fucuk are not the same ke?

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    1. They are the same. Some will melt but some won't.

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  3. Food looks amazing, as always, Nancy, and who can resist a little carousel and a red one at that.
    Amalia
    xo

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  4. Cool photos and beatiful flowers! Thank you very much!

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  5. ...Blue Plumbago grows like wild in Maui too.

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    1. It must be a pretty sight when they are all in full bloom.

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  6. The Blue Plumbago is beautiful...

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  7. Another fabulous feast. Delicious looking.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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

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  8. The food looks good. I love that type of nuts. I also love plumbago. One of my favorite flowers.

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  9. Delicious colorfol food and plants

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  10. Delicious foods :) Thanks for your sharing...

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  11. It is amazing how different our foods are. I would love to try some of the things you have. Your Blue Plumbago is gorgeous!

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  12. Your home cooked meals are looking delicious, so tasty.

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  13. YUMMY cabbage carrots and galic! Cheers and have a lovely day!

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  14. Empezando por la belleza de la vajilla y la presentación de los alimentos. Hace que la presentación se vea bien deliciosa.

    Besos

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  15. The colour of the blue plumbago is so sweet. Does it flower all the time or is it seasonal?

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    1. It flowers most of the time. All it needs is some triming.

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  16. Love the napa cabbage dish and your sweet lunch of tong sui and kaya bread. Such a big fish, nice friend. Did you clean up the fish to the bones and gave fish meat to your husband?

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    1. Hubby takes the fish meat and I prefer the bony parts. I don't like too much fish meat.

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  17. The plumbago looks lovely.
    https://allatseawithme.blogspot.com/2020/11/wordless-wednesday-iceland.html

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  18. I like both the lunch & dinner meals...Long time I didn't eat pak soh koon fish.

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    1. I usually pak soh koon when we eat out. This is the fish time I cooked pak soh koon.

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  19. You eat so well. Kaya is awesome. And thank you for posting your flower. I have the same plant but have no idea what it is called. Now I know! Thank you!

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  20. Muy buenas tus comidas. El plumbago lo tengo en mi jardín. Besos.

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  21. Just letting you know I was here, suffering in pain but here

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    1. So sorry that you are in pain. Appreciate your visit.

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  22. Your meals look good, as always.

    Love the mini carousel, and that is such pretty plumbago!

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  23. I like that dessert too especially with gingko!

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  24. Now you made me have craving for dessert. Your steamed fish must be very delicious. Tomorrow i must go eat some dessert.

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  25. Another lovely post that looks delicious!

    I'm so happy to see your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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    1. Thank you, Betty for hosting. Have a great weekend.

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