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Saturday, 22 May 2021

Simple Breakfast, Black Vinegar Pork Leg & Chive Omelette For Dinner

This was 4th day MCO 3.0. It was drizzling when we woke up. When the drizzling stopped, we were able to set out for our early morning walk.

Breaking of dawn.
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We stopped at a roadside stall because hubby wanted to buy economy fried beehoon for breakfast.
The portion of the noodle was big. I took a few spoonful for myself plus 2 pieces of savoury biscuits with strawberry jam. We had 2-in-1 black coffee, gifted from our neighbour.
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Lunch
I was busy with the sewing machine, testing out the new electric motor and foot pedal. I needed to do some mending work. 
So hubby volunteered to cook instant noodle for both of us.
He used 2 packets of Mi Sedap Mi Goreng Asli (instant noodle).
He used only 1 sachet of flavouring for 2 packets of noodle.
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Home cooked dinner
Last portion of black vinegar pork leg.
Home grown chives and egg omelette.
Appetizing dinner on a cool evening.
We saw this Labrador Retriever running loose.
It stopped in front of this house and it looked lost.
Just around the corner its owner with a pet leash was looking for him or her and we pointed the owner to this house.


It is this God who has made you and me into faithful Christians
and commissioned us apostles to preach the Good News.
He has put his brand upon us - his mark of ownership - and
given us his Holy Spirit in our hearts as guarantee that we belong to him
and as the first installment of all that he is going to give us.
(2 Corinthians 1:21-22, The Living Bible-TLB)

56 comments:

  1. I still want some black vinegar pork leg. The egg chive omelette looks very yummy too.

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    1. Thank you, Angie. Am still thinking of the black vinegar pork leg. Lol!

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  2. Looks a lovely dog and well care for from your photo of it.
    How is your machine going?

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. I still to get used to the right pressure to apply on the foot pedal.

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  3. It looks like your husband is a very good cook!

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    1. He only cook the basic like fried rice and simple dry toss noodle....

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  4. Good that your husband cooks for you sometime. I think you miss out the word meehoon or noodles for the economy breakfast. Now that the pork leg vinegar has been cleared, will you miss this dish?

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    1. That you for pointing out the missing word. For the time being, I won't miss the black vinegar pork leg because I am thinking of something else to cook. Lol!

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  5. Lucky that you all told the owner where the dog is. Cannot bear the thought of the dog being hungry if he got lost. Do you know where the dog's owner live?

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    1. I have seen the dog's owner before. I think he could be staying somewhere nearby.

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  6. I love your dinner! I have not eaten vinegar pork legs for a long time. Yesterday, I harvested chives from my garden for my kimchi.

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    1. I didn't know that chives can be used to make kimchi too. Its a pity I don't know how to appreciate kimchi.

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  7. Hello Nancy,
    Your meals always look delicious. I am glad the dog's owner was near by, it is a pretty dog. 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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  8. ...eggs are a wonderful way to start the day.

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  9. yummy!!! all that dish make me mouthwatering..

    a hearty brakfast that you cook as always...

    love that omellete and noodle ^^

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  10. Everything looks great and how nice of hubby to offer to cook. Glad you spotted the dogs owner and were able to help. Have a great weekend Nancy. :)

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  11. Even a simple dinner or lunch could feel special when the weather is wonderful and cool! The dog looks exhausted without seeing its owner but glad you informed them.

    Take care

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  12. Every time I see your omelets, I want to make one, too. Yum.

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    1. Hope you remember and enjoy your omelette. Have a great week.

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  13. The strawberry jam looks so good. We have strawberries in season here in Florida and I picked a few blackberries on my walk this morning! Hugs!

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    1. We can only get fresh stawberries from the highlands or buy from the supermarket and they are not cheap.

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  14. Those are good meals, and i am very glad the dog's owner was looking for it.

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  15. The food looks delicious, especially the noodles! it's so nice you could direct the owner to their lost dog too! So good that they were reunited!

    Hope you are having a nice weekend :)

    Away From The Blue

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    1. Thank you, Mica. Glad the dog was found by the owner and has a happy ending.

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  16. Good that the owner found the dog.

    Nice meals. Nothing beats homecooked meal.

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  17. All your food pics made me hungry, as always!
    Chive omelette is so simple yet so delish,
    made me want to make one for myself tonight.

    Ann
    https://roomsofinspiration.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you, Ann. Hope you enjoy your chive omelette.

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  18. Food looks amazing, as always. So glad the dog wasn't lost!
    Amalia
    xo

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  19. Dog is so cute and that breakfast look very delicious.

    www.exclusivebeautydiary.com

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  20. I love the noodles Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  21. Kudos to you for helping to reunite the dog with its owner.
    Again, the food looks great!!
    Have a great weekend.

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  22. I have chives growing in my garden, and all I do with them is make chive omelette. Then again I don't have all that much.

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    1. I have chives growing in 4 pots which gives me more than enough chives. They can be harvested any time they are needed.

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