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Monday, 17 May 2021

Fish Head + Vegetables Curry

This was Thursday before the MCO 3.0. There was a pink sunrise on our way out for our morning walk. It was later than our usual time.

Sunrise at 6:55am.
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Back home in the garden after morning walk.
I get to harvest the above.
These will be used to cook fish head + vegetables curry for dinner.
Hubby's breakfast: black coffee and bread with kaya (coconut jam).
I had black coffee, toast with strawberry jam (forgot to snap photo).
Papaya and some biscuits for lunch.
Dinner: steamed rice with fish head + vegetables curry.
Ingredients for curry: 1 medium sized fish head + the freshly harvested home grown red and long green okras, and green eggplants and 1 medium sized pineapples. I divided the curry into 3 portions and gave 1 portion to my neighbour.

Work hard and cheerfully at all you do,
just as though you were working for the Lord
and not merely for your masters,
remembering that it is the Lord Christ who is going to pay you,
giving you your full portion of all he owns.
He is the one you are really working for.
(Colossians 3:23-24, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. A great harvest! Papaya looks really ripe and sweet.

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  2. Bountiful harvest from your garden! Can imagine the curry tastes good with that pineapple inside.

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    1. The pineapple makes a great difference in the curry.

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  3. Arghhh, I am so envious of your vegetables from your garden. I only get a few measely sayur manis from mine for my instant noodles. I like fish head better than other parts of the fish, looks yummy

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    1. Thank you, Kestrel. I haven't tried growing sayur manis yet.

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  4. The sunrise is gorgeous! Food for the eyes.

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  5. The harvest itself looks so good. Such delcious spread.

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  6. homegrown veggies for curry....so nice!

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  7. The produce looks wonderful.
    Can't get into fish heads, not my cup of tea but know you use them a lot in your cooking.
    That morning sky is gorgeous Nancy.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. There are many Asian recipes for fish head.

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  8. ...it's interesting, my granddaughter's name is Kaya.

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  9. That is a beautiful sunrise.

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  10. Your garden produce looks great, well done. Have a good and safe week. Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane. Have a great week. Stay safe.

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  11. I like fish but fish head never. I'll try any thing but not that. Sorry Nancy. You can laugh at me my friend. My wife is next to me and she is laughing. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. No worry Paul, I won't laugh but I did smile. I know some people do not like fish head. Over here it is a delicacy but not everyone likes it.

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  12. Beautiful sunrise and such a nice little harvest from your garden!

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  13. Nothing better than veggies from your garden. Your dinner looks most tasty.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a fabulous week too.

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  14. Love all the vegetables you harvested. Do you need to use them all up as soon as possible or can keep longer in the fridge uncooked?

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    1. The vegetables can be kept fresh in the vegetable drawer until I cook them.

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  15. Beautiful sunrise pic and delicious dinner recipe great post

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  17. Your bountiful harvest became vegetable curry. Yum!

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    1. I can use up all the vegetables to cook curry.

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  18. Me encantaron tus verduras. Besos.

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  19. Lovely sunrise. Food looks delicious but no fish heads in our area. I did buy some Alaskan Cod when Megan and I were shopping for groceries. When Phil and I were out walking this evening there were clouds that looked like fish bones. The further we looked to the south, it almost looked like a fish. Sometimes we have interesting looking clouds. Good scripture verse you shared! Thank you! Have a blessed week!

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    1. Thank you, Grandma Beckyl. I too find clouds formation very interesting. Have a blessed week too.

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