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Wednesday, 17 March 2021

Meatballs & Brazilian Spinach For Dinner

These days we usually start our morning walk at about 6:15am or later if we overslept. Sometimes we get to see the moon, sometimes there was no moon to be seen. We are thankful for the street lights that lighted up the streets for us.

Lovely sunrise at 7:20am.
Morning sky (reflection of the sunrise) at 7:27am.
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The following photos were from my garden, taken when I was watering my plants.
Eggplant flower.
(I can't remember the colour or type of eggplant).
Fully opened eggplant flower.
Hoping these flowers will turn into eggplants.
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Home cooked dinner.
There was a packet of ready cooked frozen meatballs in the freezer which hubby bought in support of his friend's business.
These were big meatballs! There were 5 meatballs in the packet.
Blanched home grown Brazilian spinach and topped with leftover salted egg yolk from the previous day's dinner. We finished the mantis prawns but couldn't finished the leftover salted egg yolk, etc. because it was a bit salty for me.


"Salt is good for seasoning.

But if it loses its flavor, how do you make it salty again?

Flavorless salt is good neither for the soil nor for the manure pile.

It is thrown away.

Anyone with ears to hear should listen and understand!"

(Luke 14:34-35, New Living Translation-NLT)

60 comments:

  1. I really envy you for the vegetables that you grown and your bountiful harvest! That's what I want to do once I get the chance to retire. LOL!

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    1. Before I retire, I grow non edibles. Once I retired, I start to grow edibles because I have more time for gardening. Non edibles can only see but edibles can harvest and eat. Lol!

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  2. I like your plate of greens.. very nice with chili, salted egg and garlic!

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  3. The morning sky looks good. I always make my meatballs from scratch.
    The flower looks nice as will bring food...

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    1. I usually make my own meatballs from scratch but this is an exception.

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  4. Love those succulent and juicy meatballs. Does Brazilian spinach taste very different from the regular spinach?

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    1. In my opinion, the taste is quite different from the regular spinach.

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  5. The blossom is beautiful. As is the sky.

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  6. Those little eggplant flowers are really pretty. Beautiful sky too and a delicious looking meal!

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  7. Saint Michael the Archangel defend us from combat.🙏🏼 Be our shield against visible and invisible enemies.🙏🏼

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  8. My meatballs are smaller and I put them in spaghetti sauce. Have a great day Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. I usually make my meatball much smaller than these.

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  9. ...I still have to start my egg plant seeds.

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    1. The rain is back and I have start to sow some seeds too.

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  10. Oh the food always looks so good. I'm hungry now.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  11. We had meatball stew the other night. You morning skies are wonderful! Thanks so much for your kind words yesterday, I really appreciated them. Have a marvellously happy day!

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    1. I don't know because I have not thought of eating the flowers.

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  13. I like eggplants very much, but I have never seen their flowers. Delicious dishes. Have a nice evening:)

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  14. Dear friend! According to our (human) bilogical clock; 06:00 am is a very very beneficial time for the wake-up. Bye the way juicy meatballs dish looks delicious. Thank you for article and sharing. Happy day.

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  15. Love your vege dish for dinner. Are you keeping the leftover salted egg yolks for another meal? Would be very tasty to eat them with congee.

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    1. Thank you, Mun. I use the leftover salted egg yolk as topping for the blanched veggie for the next day's dinner.

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  16. May the flower turn into brinjals. 🤞Do you need to wrap the brinjals to prevent birds from eating them?

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    1. I didn't wrap the brinjals. So far the birds leave the brinjals alone.

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  17. El amanecer se ve bonito. Besos.

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  18. Good way to repurpose the salted egg yolk topping.

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  19. Lovely skies! Homegrown spinach sounds good.

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  20. The colours in the sky are lovely. I love eggplant, or aubergine as we call them in the UK. I have never tried growing them though.

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    1. They are easy to grow but they do attract pests.

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  21. Nice makeup with brazilian spinach and cute shots on the eggplant flower.

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  22. I love spinach but I find it goes to seed before I can ever pick it, I grow chard instead which grows all year round. Keep safe, Diane

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    1. We don't have chard here and I would love to try growing chard.

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  23. You do take some amazing photos!

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  24. Fabulous sunrise photos! I find all flowers amazing to see, they are so detailed and intricate.

    Thank you for being a part of 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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    1. Thank you, Betty for hosting. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  25. These dishes are nice to eat with white porridge too. Meatballs! My favourite.

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