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Monday, 22 February 2021

Herbal Duck Soup Noodle, Bak Kwa & Rice Porridge

This was one Sunday before the Lunar New Year. After finishing our morning walk, we took our car to buy take-away breakfast. We haven't been to this shop for a very long time probably because it is not on our regular route.

Sunrise at 7:40am
This is the shop: Restoran Sin Kooi Yuen.
The lady boss and her sister used to help her mother with the noodle shop in the Buntong wet market before she started her own shop here at shop #17, Jalan Raja Perempuan Mazwin, Taman Tinggi, Ipoh.
2 sets of wonton noodle - dry version.
We brought along our stainless steel tiffin carrier to takeaway the food.
We didn't want any wonton (dumplings) because we wanted herbal duck soup.
2 sets of wonton noodle with herbal duck soup and home made hot coffee.
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Later in the morning, I made a small portion of bbq dried pork (bak kwa) for home consumption. The minced pork was pre-marinated overnight in the fridge.
Before I made the bak kwa, I boiled tapioca sweet drink or tong sui.
When I gave the tapioca sweet drink to my friend and neighbour, my neighbour gave me a papaya in return. My neighbour has become my regular supplier of fresh papaya.
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Home cooked dinner on a warm evening.
The weather is hot so I decided to boil rice porridge with roast pork bones and peanuts.
Garnishing for the porridge: Ginger strips and chopped home grown spring onion.
Sauteed home grown long beans with garlic and salt.
Leftover food: Taro with mushroom and dried prawns.
We were able to finish everything, including the leftover food.

Commit everything you do to the Lord.
Trust him to help you do it, and he will.
(Psalm 37:5, The Living Bible-TLB)

60 comments:

  1. I love that duck soup too. A really delicious meal, Nancy. Have a wonderful week ahead!

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    1. Thank you, Angie. Have a wonderful week too.

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  2. Your first picture is my favorite, it is stunning!!

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  3. Wah, very good, can finish everything for dinner of all the congee and all the dishes. Love your peanut congee, must be very naturally sweet from the peanuts, right?

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    1. Yes, very flavourful and I boiled just enough for 3 people, including our friend.

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  4. I also love the duck herbal soup. Is the duck meat inside tender? Is it duck thigh or duck drumstick?

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    1. Yes, the duck meat very tender. Thigh and drumstick sold out, only other parts of the duck,

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  5. Very nice food on the table, Nancy!

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  6. wow...duck soup! i don't think i have ever tasted herbal duck soup before.

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  7. Wow, 17 is very young to start a business. Everything looks delicious. It is getting hot here in Florida too.

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    1. Thank you, Martha. Sorry, its my typing mistake. It is shop #17, not her age.

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  8. I love that sunrise and your food always makes me hungry

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  9. I love long beans, too. They are called "Ingen". This is a name of a Chinese Buddhist priest who came and lived in Japan in the 17th century. It is said he brought the beans from China. Happy weekend to you.

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    1. Interesting info about the long beans. Happy new week to you.

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  10. Great post :)
    „Zapraszam także do siebie na nowy post - KLIK

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  11. ...we miss having fresh papaya for breakfast.

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    1. Hope you can enjoy fresh papaya once winter is over.

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  12. Nancy, I love the wonton noodles. Yum, yum.

    Cruisin Paul

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  13. The duck soup looks good. I like how you cooked the long beans with garlic and salt.

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  14. Again, great food!! Your verse for the day is one of my favorites. So simple, direct, and powerful

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  15. My stomach was growling earlier and I said I need to go to Nancy's and eat. I'm so glad I did. Wonderful food as always. You two eat so very well.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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    1. I hope you had a wonderful breakfast. Have a lovely day.

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  16. Nice variety to taste and beautiful sunrise sky

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  17. I so love that sunrise! It is so, so beautiful.

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  18. Everything look so wonderful, especially the bak kwa! Now I am hungry. Time to go and make breakfast! Thanks for visiting us and have a marvellously Happy Day

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  19. Looks yummy. And the reusable To-go carrier is a wonderful idea. I hate the waste with all the paper containers, but I’m not sure it would be legal here to bring our own.

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    1. We try to avoid waste by bringing along our own container.

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  20. Duck soup sounds good. Such a beautiful and warm dinner table. Sunrise is Perfect! Have a great week to you.

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  21. Everything looks so yummy and I love duck. Hope all is well, Diane

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  22. Never tried duck my dad used to say it was too dry

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  23. It looks like the lady has done a good job opening her own place.

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    1. She is enjoying good business in this place.

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  24. I am still doing takeaways even though dine-in is allowed. I really miss wanton mee with lots of pickled green chillies.

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    1. We have started to dine-in with friends and we make sure that we have the proper social distancing.

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  25. Tus comidas interesantes como siempre. Besos.

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  26. Looks like you have a good appetite going! Lovely spread on the table.

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  27. I like herbal duck soup, porridge cooked using pork bones must be very sweet and tasty.

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