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Tuesday, 15 December 2020

Fried Fish, Salted Eggs & Plain Rice Porridge

This was another cool morning. We overslept and decided not to go for the morning walk. We were planning to drive out to town for breakfast but we received a call from our friend informing us that she had already bought us breakfast.

The above photo was taken on our walk out to the shop to enjoy the breakfast our friend bought for us. We had savoury glutinous rice with diced meat. No photos to show our breakfast.
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Our friend bought a big Napa cabbage and she cut off a few leaves to give to us. Thus, saved me from buying vegetable for dinner. I had decided to cook Teochew rice porridge because I bought a big piece of Grouper fish.
Sauteed Napa cabbage with garlic and salt.
Fried Grouper fish slice with ginger strips and drizzled with soy sauce and oil.
Cooked 2 homemade salted duck eggs.
Simple dinner for 2 people.
I saw the above at a hotel and took a snapshot of the old vintage metal serving trays mounted on the door of the toilet in the lobby.
Purple bougainvillea from my garden.
Something must have eaten some of the petals.


Better a dry crust eaten in peace

than a house filled with feasting - and conflict.

(Proverbs 17:1, New Living Translation-NLT)

48 comments:

  1. The fish and the salted eggs are looking really really GOOD!

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  2. Since you are eating salted eggs the napa cabbage dish no need to put salt. Eat less salt can prevent high blood pressure. Did u spot the culprit eating the petals?

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    1. I suspected it must be the grasshoppers eating the petals.

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  3. I really want to try those eggs, they look so good!

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    1. Salted duck eggs are easy to make. You can search for the simple recipe on google or youtube.

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  4. What a nice shots 😊 thanks for your sharing Nancy 😊

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  5. grouper fish and salt duck eggs so appealing ...yummy.

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  6. What a delicious looking meal. It was also a joy to see the vinatge trays, what fun they are.

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  7. Yummy. I'm coming to your house for dinner.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  8. ...I remember metal serving trays, but not quite as old as these. Thanks Nancy for bring back some memories.

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  9. The food looks lovely. We like Rice Porridge, I make it as well.
    Amalia
    xo

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  10. I've never tried duck eggs.
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/12/kitty-at-zoo.html

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    1. I don't like normal duck egg in other form, I just like the salted form.

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  11. Looks like a nice meal. I love the Malaysian dress. Very pretty in that picture.

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  12. That verse is so true...live those vintage trays.

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  13. Your fish looks so yummy!! And the flowers are gorgeous, the bloom is so shiny as well.

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  14. Nancy, the picture of the Fried Grouper fish looks very tasty. Have a great evening.

    Cruisin Paul

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  15. Some days the walk just wasn't meant to be. Looks like you had a wonderful meal anyway.

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    1. If we can't go for walks, we will venture out to town to look for breakfast.

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  16. another comforting food - porridge!

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  17. I am eyeing your fried grouper fish slice. I prefer fish slice rather than whole fish.

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    1. I too prefer fish slice and easier for hubby too.

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  18. Tus comidas siempre son interesantes. Besos.

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  19. I really must try and make some salted eggs, interesting. Keep safe, Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane. Hope you will get to make and taste the salted eggs.

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  20. Your 'simple' meals are looking very delicious.

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