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Thursday, 8 April 2021

Fish Head, Pineapple And Okra Curry

We were not the only early risers. These early birds were outside their owner's house by the roadside searching for food.

They have to be early to catch the worms. This rooster is very protective over his hen, making sure I do not go any nearer.
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I have a frozen fish head in the freezer and half a pineapple in the fridge. One way of using both is to cook curry.
Home cooked fish head and pineapple curry.
I also added okra and tomato to the curry.
Blanched home grown chives, drizzled with garlic oil, oyster and soy sauce.
I divided the fish head curry into 3 portions. 1 gave 1 portion to my neighbour, 2nd portion for dinner and kept the 3rd portion for next day's dinner.
Bougainvillea by the roadside.
Can someone help me to describe the above colour?
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Next day's dinner.
I warmed up the last portion of fish head and pineapple curry.
Steamed minced pork with preserved veggie (tung choy). It looks dry because I didn't add any water to the minced pork before steaming.
Sweet potato leaves with garlic, dried prawns, chilies and shrimp paste (belacan).
Another satisfying home cooked dinner. I love pineapple in curries.

In this act we see what real love is: it is not our love for God
but his love for us when he sent his Son to satisfy
God's anger against our sins.
(I John 4:10, The Living Bible-TLB)

That is why Christ said as he came into the world,
"O God, the blood of bulls and goats cannot satisfy you,
so you have made ready this body of mine
for me to lay as a sacrifice upon your altar.
(Hebrews 10:5, The Living Bible-TLB)

54 comments:

  1. Both your home cooked meals look wonderful. I am salivating just thinking of the fish head and pineapple curry! That rooster is so colorful and I have seen one like that walk past my house. LOL!

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    1. I am also salivating thinking of the fish head and pineapple curry. I love curry with pineapple in it.

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  2. Very satisfying dishes there, Nancy!!

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    1. One of these days I will cook it again adding more pineapple to it.

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  3. they look yummy. thanks for the post .99j

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  4. This website describes the colour as:
    Her unique bracts open as deep orange, then turn to coral, and finally mature into a salmon-pink.

    http://www.poweroflower.com/goodluckplants32.php

    Search for yellow bougainvillea

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  5. Other websites describe it as warm golden yellow. Do u plan to plant this yellow bougainvillea?

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    1. I think I like the "warm golden yellow" description. No, I don't intend to plant any more bougainvillea plants.

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  6. Love the pineapple in the curry as well but not the fish head. Fish head is difficult to eat cos need to dig for the meat. Does your husband like to eat fish head?

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    1. Yes, fish head is not for everybody. Hubby doesn't like fish head so I ended up eating the fish head.

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  7. I mean does he find it easy or difficult to eat the meat on fish heads since he doesn't like to pick the meat off the bones of the fish.

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    1. I will give him the meaty parts and I will take the other parts. Usually most men have no patience digging for meat off the bones.

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  8. I have never added pineapple to a curry. Time to give it a try!

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    1. You will love it if you like the sweet sourish taste of the pineapple.

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  9. The fish head pineapple curry sounds and looks very tasty!

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  10. ...ah, chickens and roosters, it looks like I'm back in Maui.

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  11. Oh, that rooster is such a handsome guy!

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  12. Yum! That bougainvillea is called California Gold. :)

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    1. Thank you, Martha for the name. California Gold is a nice name.

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  13. What yummy looking food as always. I want to eat at your house.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a fabulous weekend.

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  14. We see chickens (and rabbits) on the walk everyday. 2 of the neighbors on the walk I take with the dog have coops. There is a new rooster in one coop who take offence when the dog goes by! That Bougainvillea is gorgeous and I too could not describe the color. As always, your meal is amazing! We hope you have a marvellously happy day!

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  15. I really like roosters, they are beautiful. My evening :)

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  16. Love the golden bougainvillea. The meal looks delicious. Keep safe, Diane

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  17. Fish heads and pineapple cury looks delicious. Have a wonderful day.

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  18. You make your meals look so pretty!

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  19. You are such a great and creative cook!!

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  20. Hmm that's a difficult colour to describe. Light pumpkin orange?

    The curry looks fantastic.

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  21. The cock looks alert. Nice home cooked

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  22. Toda la comida se ve muy bien. Besos.

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