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Monday, 16 November 2020

Home Made Salted Duck Eggs & Home Cooked Dinner

Our morning walk continues as usual on the first day of CMCO (9th November, 2020). 

Morning sky at 8:20 am.
This Cleome spider flower is from a self propagated plant. The seed was preserved in the ground and sprouted out between the flower pots.
Once again I can enjoy this pretty Cleome flowers.
It was quite a boring day with not much activity going on. It was also too hot to be in the garden. I had a new batch of home made salted duck egg and once or twice a day, I use a chop stick to push the floating eggs into the salt water.
My home cooked dinner with steamed rice for 2 people.
I cooked buttermilk prawns again because I need to used up the remaining half tin of evaporated milk in the fridge.
Sauteed garlic scapes and cabbage with sambal paste.
A convenient way to clear whatever is left of the sambal paste.

Linking to Garden Affair.

Your own ears will hear him.
Right behind you a voice will say,
"This is the way you should go,"
whether to the right or to the left.
(Isaiah 30:21, New Living Translation-NLT)

44 comments:

  1. Always good food at your place. I love the Cleome spider flower plant!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. The plates are from my mother-in-law.

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  3. Delicious dinner! Can finish the two different dishes? Buttermilk prawns should be very filling. The cleome flowers are very pretty.

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    1. We were hungry so no problem finishing the 2 dishes.

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  4. nice dinner. I like buttermilk prawns!

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    1. I will be cooking buttermilk prawns more often since it is a well received dish.

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  5. Sedapnya meal ini... long time I did not take prawns!

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    1. Hope you will get to enjoy your prawns soon.

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  6. Salute you can make salted eggs yourself.
    Does the process use powdered charcoal that wraps the raw egg?.
    In a small town of Brebes, Central Java, the process uses this method.

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    1. This process is the commercial way. I used salt water.

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  7. Is it necessary to keep pushing the eggs down or you're just playing with the eggs? :p

    The cleome flower is pretty.

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    1. The upper portion of the eggs are exposed and not soaked in salt water, so I have to push or dip the eggs back into the salt water. Actually, I need to use some kind of weight to hold the eggs down but the mouth of the bottle is too small for me to do so.

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  8. Amazing that spider flower.
    Food looks nice.

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  9. Piękny kwiat i smaczne jedzenie. Miłego dnia:)

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  10. ...come spring, I need to grow some Cleome.

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  11. Love the spider plant, great skies and very yummy food. Keep safe and have a good week, Diane

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  12. I'm coming over to your house for dinner. Yummy.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  13. I love your flowers and the shrimp.

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  14. I love that Spider Flower...I have seen them on other blogs and did not remember ever seeing one in real life, and the other night I found a pic I had taken of one. I wish I knew where I seen it. I so love them.

    That sky is beautiful, too.

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  15. The buttermilk prawns look so tasty.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. They look and taste great.

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  16. La comida se ve muy buena. La flor es preciosa. Besos.

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