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Thursday, 5 November 2020

Blessing From My Neighbour

Early Saturday morning, we drove to Bercham for our favourite beef soup. For 4 people, we ordered 4 bowls of beef soup (ngau lam tong) and 1 plate of fried beef noodle (ngau hor) to share.

Beef soup consisting of beef brisket, tripe, tendon and daikon. So far this is the best ngau lam soup that I have tasted.
2 figs harvested from my garden.
I managed to save my figs from the birds by using a bigger plastic bag.
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My neighbour blessed me with the following items.
A comb of green bananas. Will take some time to ripen.
Tiger prawns.
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My simple home cooked dinner for 2 people.
We had arrow root soup and home grown angled luffa with steamed rice.

Let your toots grow down into him and
draw up nourishment from him.
See that you go on growing in the Lord,
and become strong and vigorous
in the truth you were taught.
Let your lives overflow with joy and
thanksgiving for all he has done.
(Colossians 2:7, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. I don't think I have try arrow root soup before. The tiger prawns are from the neighbour? they are so generous!

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  2. Those tiger prawns are looking really great!

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    1. I have decided what to do with them so I kept them in the freezer.

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    2. I mean I haven't decided yet.

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  3. What do you do with the figs? Dry them?

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  4. The figs and bananas are looking great,

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  5. Are those bananas sitting on the stock report? I haven't seen one in such a long time; it brings back some pleasant memories of my grandfather.

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  6. Lucky you to have such a fab neighbour Keep safe, Diane

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  7. ...those bananas called apple bananas in Maui are so sweet.

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  8. It is good to find a place that cooks something really good...there is a restaurant about an hour from us that makes the best vegetable beef soup. I love to go there.

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  9. Oh yummy. You know how I love your foodie posts.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  10. The beef soup looks delicious, so tasty.

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  11. The Tiger Prawns look so creepy when they are raw!

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  12. Love the beef tripe soup. May I know the name of this shop in bercham? Hopefully one day can visit it so I will note down the name today.

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    1. The little place doesn't has a signboard. MySejahtera scan showed the name Restoran LEP SIN KEONG KEE at 889, Lorong Bercham 4, Kampung Bercham. It is opposite Kam Heng Restaurant.

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  13. The prawns look so much like shrimp, do they taste at all alike?

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  14. The delicacy looks sumptuous and great concluding prayers regards!.

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  15. The prawns are great in size, but my fav is little ones.

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  16. Tienes muy buenos vecinos. Besos.

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  17. You can cook so many different types of soup, bravo!

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    1. I like to cook soups because they are the easiest to cook. Just dump everything into the pressure cooker.

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  18. Mmmm I always order beef noodles when I see them. Somehow not many selling this.

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    1. Not many places selling in Ipoh but this is one of the best.

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