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Saturday, 1 May 2021

Assam Laksa, Cendol, Rojak & Pork Rib Herbal Soup

After our morning walk, we usually stop at one of our regular coffee shops for breakfast. On our walk home, there are a few routes that we will take but there is one route which we will get to see chickens by the roadside or the back lane of their owner's house.

From its size, it looks like this is the most senior of all the roosters. It is very protective of the flock and it makes sure we keep our distance. Sometimes, it will be chasing after the hens.
There are more hens than rooster in this flock.
This hen after being chased by the rooster, flew into this bush and hid herself there.
She tried to hide behind the leaves when I tried to take snapshots of her.
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For lunch, we went over to our friend's house, and from there we drove to Bercham, looking for a small stall that light lunch. This eatery is located in the row of stalls in front of the Bercham Public Bank. It has chap fan, assam laksa, Chinese rojak, ice kacang, cendol, etc.
I ordered a bowl of assam laksa.
Hubby ordered a plate of chap fan (no photo) and a bowl of corn cream on shaved ice dessert.
2 bowls of iced cendol for me and my friend.
A small plate of rojak to share.
Someone walked a short distance away to buy fried chicken, cut into bite pieces.
And a packet of economy fried mixed noodle.
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Hubby had his chap fan for lunch, so he requested for a light dinner.
I boiled herbal soup with a packet of Chinese dried herbs and pork ribs. We both had a bowl of soup each at about 7pm and it lasted till next day's breakfast.


It is better to eat soup with someone you love
than steak with someone you hate.
(Proverbs 15:17, The Living Bible-TLB)

52 comments:

  1. That is one really handsome rooster with brillant colours. All my favourite foods - laksa, cream corn, cendol and rojak. OHhh, my stomach is calling out to me

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    1. Thank you, Kestrel. These are also my favourites.

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  2. Hello, Nancy
    The rooster is beautiful, the hen does look scared hiding in the bushes. Nice sighting of the chickens. Your meals looks tasty! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your weekend! PS, thank you for the visit and comment.

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Have a wonderful new week.

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  3. Handsome roosters! But the poor hen is not interested.

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  4. That rooster is just so beautiful! Cendol looks very nice.

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  5. Thanks for your sharing:) have a lovely weekend...

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  6. Smart looking rooster, beautiful colours.

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  7. The rooster is beautiful - and the food looks fabulous

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  8. ...that's quite a rooster!

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  9. Everything looks great and I love seeing the gorgeous rooster!

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  10. Perfect meals and those cocks look amazing.

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  11. What a very colorful rooster. The chickens must love him. Have a wonderful weekend Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  12. That iced cendol looks good. That rooster is so colorful.

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  13. Oh, handsome rooster! I love when you get pics of them. I don't blame the hen from hiding!

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    1. The hen has enough of domineering rooster! Lol!

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  14. These roosters are beautiful :) Have a nice weekend :)

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    1. Thank you, Lucyna. Have a nice weekend too.

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  15. Those chickens are fun to watch.

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    1. I enjoy taking snapshots of them whenever I pass by.

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  16. Me encantan las gallinas y los gallos. Besos.

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  17. Very tasty breakfast, a good variety of food. I super love the cendol ice and corn ice. Your dinner is nutritious and I love the soup taste too. Your husband ate chapfan for lunch but you didn't eat anything for lunch?

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  18. That is such a beautiful flock of chickens, and it looks like a lovely meal, too.

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  19. We only get such views of hens and cocks on village sides. Should be fun to see the hidden hen. Take care

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    1. I like to walk this path just to see the chickens and take snapshots.

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  20. It's so nice you can enjoy your neighbours pretty birds! the food looks delicious too :)

    Hope that you had a good weekend :) It's a relaxing long weekend for us!

    Away From The Blue

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  21. Never had chickens Mum of course did as a child, she even killed and pucked them

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    1. We had chickens before I turned the space into a garden.

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  22. I love your scripture today!! New to me but isn't it the truth. I love your roosters and hens. Roosters are the same the world over, regardless of the actual species it seems.

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  23. cendol, asam laksa and rojak are my favs!

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  24. Believe only one rooster is needed per flock? Not that I'm any kind of expert.

    Laksa, rojak, cendol are all my favs. Looks so yum.

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    1. I saw 4 roosters, no wonder they are fighting over the hens. Lol!

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