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Saturday, 21 November 2020

Noodles Can Be Eaten At Any Time Of The Day

When I was younger, I have to get rice at least for lunch or dinner. If not, I will feel kind of weak or tired easily. Maybe this is only me, I don't know how many of you have felt the same. Now that I have progressed in age, I no longer need to eat rice as often as I used to. In fact, I can go without eating rice for days. These days, I mostly eat other form of carbohydrates such as noodles. I can eat noodles for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Here are some of my favourite noodles.

Prawn noodle or Hokkien mee.
We have prawn noodles in Ipoh but the best prawn noodle I have tasted is in Penang.
Wanton Noodle with bbq pork & pork dumplings.
Hor Hee Noodle (glass or mung bean noodle)
I understand that this Hor Hee noodle is only available in Ipoh.
Beef noodle or ngau hor noodle.
Beef tripe noodle soup.
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From my garden - bird watching.
Some birds love to visit my garden.
I have some hanging pots which I can see from my living room.
This common house sparrow is resting on my spider plants.
It can't see me from outside.
The birds will take turns resting on this plant, treating the plants as a nest.
Sometimes, there will be 2 birds.
One is hidden behind the leaves.
Can you see the head of the 2nd bird behind the front bird?
A 3rd bird just joined in but hardly visible from here.
Now only left one bird.
Every now and then I have to add soil to the pot because the birds will disturb the soil and I will find soil particles on the ground below the pots.

Linking to Saturday Critters.

Birds find nooks and crannies in your house,

sparrows and swallows make nests there.

They lay their eggs and raise their young,

singing their songs in the place where we worship.

God-of-the-Angel-Armies! King! God!

How blessed they are to live and sing there!

(Psalm 84:3-4, The Message-MSG)

50 comments:

  1. Hello Nancy,
    Your meals all look delicious, I would love the prawn with noodles. The birds looks cute sitting in your plant. Could they be making a nest in there? Thank you for linking up and sharing your post! Take care,enjoy your day! Have a happy weekend! PS, thanks so much for leaving me a comment.

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. I have checked but no sign of nest. Would love to watch the little chicks nesting there. Have a wonderful new week.

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  2. I love noodles!
    especially on rainy days and cold nights.
    Love your hanging plants,
    and I see birds do too.

    Ann
    https://roomsofinspiration.blogspot.com/

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  3. I think the sparrow finds the spider plant a nice hideout and good you have the house sparrows around unlike a lost species of our city. Nice variety of noodles! Take care

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  4. Great cuisine I like eating rice a lot.

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  5. Love all the noodle dishes you posted! I never viewed noodles as inferior to rice when it comes to meals.

    Small plant with many birdie visitors!

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  6. Have the birds ever built a nest there? When I was a kid, the Carolina wrens built a nest in a pot of my mom's flowers one time. After that she put up a little bird nest box on the side of the house and they built there.

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    1. So far, I haven't seen any nest built by this type of birds in my garden.

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  7. The one with beef is my favourite. Lovely hanging plants!

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  8. Everything looks so delicious. I think I'd order the first one. Love the little visitor too :)

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  9. Tus platos se ven muy buenos. Besos.

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  10. So cute! I wonder if she will actually make a nest in there?

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I have checked and no sign of nest.

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  11. Lovely post- wish we had those tasty noodles here! Are your birds Juncos? We have them here and I love watching them! Cheers and as always have a lovely day!

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    1. Thank you, Kathe. I think they are the common house sparrows.

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  12. The bird seems happy in your plant there.
    Tasty looking food except for the tripe, not my cup of tea.

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  13. I like noodle but usually have it for breakfast. I am much of a rice person. Lol

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  14. All those meals look delicious! :) I really like seeing the sparrow in your plants too, so cute! :)

    Hope you are having a great weekend :) We went out and did more Christmas shopping yesterday which was fun :)

    Away From The Blue

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  15. Noodles do sound good about now. You have some lovely bird visitors, and yes, they can make messes.

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  16. Cute birds! I like noodles, too.

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  17. Love all your noodles. Can find fish paste wanton here but they don't serve it with mung bean noodles. Is it a must to use mung bean noodles for hor hee?

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    1. Not necessary to use mung bean noodles for hor hee. Actually the "hor" is for hor fun or koay teow. I like mung bean because it is not filling.

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  18. The prawns with noodles looks so good. The sparrows apparently love your potted plant quite a bit. Something double nice to view through your window.

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    1. Thank you, Yvonne. It is nice to watch the cute birds from the window.

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  19. How lovely that the little bird went to your potted plant. It is such a joy to see that in the garden!

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    1. I can now enjoy watching the birds from inside my house.

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  20. I love watching the sky, watching the clouds, watching the trees and listening to the birds sing and chirp. Blessed are those who know how to enjoy these simple pleasures.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. Yes, its a blessing and pleasure to enjoy whatever our Creator God has blessed us with.

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  21. I am a rice person as i am a big eater, rice makes me feel full and satisfying.

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    1. I used to be a rice person too when I was younger.

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