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Saturday, 15 May 2021

Radish Pork Leg Hakka Noodle & Ready Cooked Dinner

This was a few days before MCO 3.0, nationwide lockdown was enforced upon us. After our morning walk, we stopped at Restoran Kee Tuck Seak for breakfast. After going through the check-in SOP procedure, we chose a small table outside the restaurant. At that early hour (about 7am), there were only a handful of customers sitting inside.

Hubby ordered the Hakka noodle with radish pork leg.
Hubby and I shared this breakfast set (RM5.80 only).
Hakka noodle
The boss is very generous with the radish pork leg serving.
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Back in my garden.
My daikon (radish) plants have variegated leaves!
Oh no! Some pests were feeding on the leaves.
I quickly cut off all the affected leaves to protect the other leaves.
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I was in lazy mode, so there was no home cooking.
We had dine-in at WK Claypot House.
Coincidentally, we ordered radish pork after having radish pork leg for breakfast.
Sweet sour mustard green.
Fried Threadfin (ma yau) fish.
We ordered 2 small portion white rice to eat with the above dishes.
Saw this pretty butterfly resting on the Water Jasmine leaf as I was watering the plants. If it hadn't fluttered, I wouldn't have noticed it.


In that day the Root of Jesse will stand as a banner for the peoples;
the nations will rally to him, and his resting place will be glorious.
(Isaiah 11:10, New International Version-NIV)

54 comments:

  1. The fish and noodle look really nice.

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  2. I love pork legs. They are so good for the skin. I only tried salted ma yau fish before.

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    1. Fried fresh ma yau fish tastes better than salted ones.

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  3. Hello,
    Your meals look delicious, I would love the noodles. Pretty capture of the butterfly. I hope you plants are safe from the pest. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a happy weekend. PS, thank you for leaving me a comment.

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    1. Thank you, Eileen for hosting. Have a great week.

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  4. ...the butterfly on the wet foliage is wonderful.

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  5. The butterfly camouflage so we'll amongst the leaves. What a coincidence to have radish pork for two meals in the same day. Which do u like better - radish pork leg or radish pork?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. The radish pork leg is more tasty and flavourful.

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  6. Everything looks great and the little butterfly is pretty. Have a great weekend Nancy! :)

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    1. Thank you, Martha. Have a great weekend too.

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  7. The sweet and sour mustard greens must be very appetizing. The yellow butterfly looks so pretty.

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  8. Bonita esa mariposa. Besos.

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  9. I love your garden. We tried to have one but one of our dogs loved to eat everything.

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    1. Thank you, Yogi. When we had a dog, we couldn't grown anything. Lol!

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  10. That is a great capture of the butterfly. I have only seen one butterfly so far!

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    1. These days, I hardly get to see butterflies especially the bigger ones.

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  11. You sure do a good job of keeping your plants being overrun with bugs.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I am still battling with the bugs.

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  12. That's a very pretty butterfly.

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  13. Sometimes a meal is so good, one serving is not enough.

    Pretty butterfly.

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  14. So nice that you even have daikon growing in your garden! I love soup with daikon and of course, it is also an ingredient I use when making kimchi. I am salivating looking at your dine-out meals. Can't wait for MCO 3.0 to be over as I miss eating out!

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    1. Thank you, PH. Hope this round, will get to harvest like the 1st round. I too miss eating out.

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  15. I would love to taste Hakka noodles.

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  16. Sounds like a day of pork special!
    Take care

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  17. Once again Nancy,your breakfast is interesting. My wife asked me if there are any heavy people in your area. She told me that the people eat properly and they are very thin not like me, heavy. LOL Have a great Sunday my friend

    Cruisin paul

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    1. Over here it is a mixture of slim, not so slim and heavy people. People these days are more health conscious and most are trying to cut down on carbohydrate. Have a great week.

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  18. Thank you Nancy for stopping by to say hello.
    Around here our breakfast consists of toast, butter, jams, coffee, milk.
    My regards to you

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  19. Frying fish and hakka Noodle should be a beautiful dinner.

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  20. Hakka noodles look very good indeed and is a steal at that price.

    So radish/daikon for two meals and in your garden too!

    Didn't know daikon can have variegated leaves.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. Actually, its my first time seeing daikon variegated leaves.

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  21. So convenient to eat outside and with varieties too! NO need to go buy fish, pork trotter etc etc...

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    1. That was before MCO. Now under MCO, the kitchen will have to be open and the cook must cook.

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  22. Your dishes of food are always so interesting to me. I know that lazy mode. We have it quite a bit here after a day of gardening. The small butterfly is a lovely photo.

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