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Friday, 13 November 2020

Home Made Ubi Bingka & Dinner At Restoran Mun Ji

These days, I am usually out for morning walk while it is still dark or there was no lovely sunrise to catch.

Sunrise at 6:52 am. This was last Friday.
We caught this sunrise because we overslept.
Yellow bells or Tecoma stans by the roadside, planted by one of the nearby residents.
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I still have some frozen cassava roots in my freezer. I took out one tub to thaw to make ubi bingka or cassava root cake.
Freshly baked ubi bingka from the oven. I couldn't wait for it to be cooled before cutting because the smell was too good. I took a knife and cut the side to taste it. Once cooled, it was packed into 4 portions. I kept one for ourselves and 3 portions given away to friends and neighbour.
A friend dropped by and gave some of her cookies for me to enjoy.
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Dinner with friends at Restoran Mun Ji, Menglembu.
This was 3 days before the return of CMCO and business was good.
We have to wait to be seated and again waited for the food to be served.
Our favourite fish curry with assorted veggie in clay pot.
Deep fried pork rib.
Green Amaranth with three types of eggs.
(salted egg, century egg (black), and nornal chicken egg)


There are three stately monarchs in the earth - no, four:
The lion, king of the animals. He won't turn aside for anyone.
The peacock. The male goat. A king as he leads his army.
(Proverbs 30:29-31, The Living Bible-TLB)

58 comments:

  1. Such a yummy meal! That curry looks particularly good.

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  2. Delicious dinner! I love to eat bingka ubi. good that you gave most of them away. How many days did it take you to finish eating your bingka ubi?

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    1. Most of it given away. We took 2 days to finish our own portion.

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  3. I haven't had breakfast yet and now I'm starving

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    1. Hope you had a great appetite for your breakfast after this.

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  4. ...the fish curry sure looks good!

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  5. Great review and beautiful photos! :)

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  6. Such a beautiful photos of sky. Thank you for sharing.

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  7. I love the yellow bells and all the good food!

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  8. Beautiful sky, and beautiful flowers...and the food looks delicious.

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  9. Such a sunny flower, great to see in this dark day. Happy weekend Nancy.

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  10. Great skies, and such food that you have!! Have a great weekend.

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  11. A very tasty looking cake and very tempting dinner, looks wonderful.

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  12. Oh the food. I love all of your food.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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  13. The pork ribs look really good. Love the yellow flowers.

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  14. Beautiful skies. The ubi bingka looks delicious!

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  15. Sunrise is always a treat and the food looks delicious.

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  16. Todo se ve muy bien. Feliz fin de semana.

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  17. It's nice you got to enjoy the beautiful sunrise! the food looks delicious as always too :)

    Hope that you are having a great weekend :) It's a hot one here!

    Away From The Blue

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    1. The days are cooler now. Have a great weekend.

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  18. Nice to see your clear skies up there. We've had a bit of haze in KL lately.

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  19. Hello Nancy,
    Lovely sky images. The flower is beautiful. The food looks delicious.
    Take care, enjoy your day!

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  20. You have such lovely flowers by the roadside. All the dishes for the dinner look good! Have a good weekend!

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  21. I would enjoy the cookies by dipping them in milk.

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    1. I ate some on its own and some I dipped in coffee.

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  22. Great photos, I have a headache so no reading just looking

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  23. Sunrise is so pretty, but we don't have a very good view from here. Someday i would love to taste your cooking.

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  24. Seems it was a really bountiful cassava harvest! Your bingka ubi looks perfectly baked.

    The food pictures are reminding me I haven't had this kind of meal outside for many months by now. Starting to yearn for CMCO to be over.

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    1. I realized that I can deep freeze the cassava roots for future use. Once finished, I will have to buy the cassava root if I want to make ubi bingka in the future.

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