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Wednesday, 9 June 2021

Dry Curry Noodle, Nyonya Kuih & Chee Cheong Fun

This was a Sunday in the month of May. We were still under EMCO, no walking and only 1 person allowed to go out to buy essentials. 

Morning sky.
Even though it was cloudy, it was a hot and sweaty day.
Hubby went out to buy take away breakfast.
One of our favourite curry noodle, dry version.
 Messy with thick curry gravy.
Hubby doesn't like mint leaves, so I ended up having all the mint leaves.
Rice vermicelli with bbq pork and curry chicken.
A friend drove over to our house to bless us with her home grown bananas. We won't be able to finish all by ourselves so we gave some to our neighbour.
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Our next door neighbour came back from her essential shopping and blessed us with 2 packs of Nyonya kuih and 2 packs of chee cheong fun.
We ate the Nyonya kuih for lunch. We started with the sago kuih on the right because it had coconut grating. On the right is the tapioca kuih or kuih bingka.
Hibiscus plant with flower buds.
From buds to larger than palm sized yellow hibiscus.
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We had Nyonya kuih for lunch so we kept the 2 packs of steamed rice roll (chee cheong fun) for dinner.
The curry and chili sauce were packed separately from the steamed rice roll, stuffed bean curd sheet and fish cake.
Thank God for His blessing through our neighbour who bought us lunch and dinner.
Since I needn't have to cook dinner, I made ginger pickle instead.
Ginger pickle makes great appetizer.


We work to feed our appetites; Meanwhile our souls go hungry.
(Ecclesiastes 6:7, The Message-MSG)

You're blessed when you've worked up a good appetite for God.
He's food and drink in the best meal you'll ever eat.
(Matthew 5:6, The Message-MSG)

48 comments:

  1. i like the meehoon with thick curry gravy...yummz!!

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  2. lovely image of cloudy sky dear Nancy

    never heard of fish cake and hibiscus big as palm :)
    your neighbors are so blessed with kindness indeed :)

    ginger pickle sounds yummy :)

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  3. The dry curry noodles look very delicious. I like loads of mint with the curry. You are indeed so blessed!

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  4. ...the rice vermicelli with bbq pork and curry chicken looks great.

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  5. Love curry chicken, but I would love to try those homegrown baby bananas!

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  6. Ginger pickles are just as good as kimchi. Yum yum yummy! I like thick curry with soft soft Mee hoon. God bless your kind neighbours. Your yellow hibiscus is so pretty! Do u use young or old ginger to make pickles? Or it doesn't matter old or young gingers?

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    1. It was during EMCO when I bought the ginger. The ginger is not very young but young enough. Young ginger not so hot.

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  7. Everything looks delicious and the hibiscus flowers are so pretty, they are my favorite colors for hibiscus.

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  8. You are truly blessed with good neighbours. All the food looks delicious.

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  9. A day filled with wonderful food. My stomach is growling again.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  10. I had to google Nyonya kuih and it sounds as good as it looks. The Hibiscus is beautiful.

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  11. It is nice to have such good neighbors. Your yellow hibiscus is amazing.

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  12. Lucky you to have such a nice neighbor...and ginger pickles? yummy! I would love the recipe!

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    1. Just hold on, I will try to put up a post on the ginger pickle.

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  13. WHat a lovely lunch and such a nice neighbor. Those are very good blessings in your life. I hope your week will continue to be wonderful

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  14. OOooOOoOOooo Gorgeous Sky! We had a taste of the hots here last week. This week we went into the deep freeze and had snow on the top of the hills a few days ago. Your meals look terrific. And what wonderful neighbors you have! And I LOVE pickled ginger. Its been a while since I have made any.
    I did take advantage of the cool weather and made rhubarb peach and ginger jam this morning. The Rhubarb is this year's crop from my garden and the peaches are from a friends orchard. I froze them last fall. and the Ginger was fresh from the Chinese market in Kelowna. Have a marvellously happy day!

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  15. Precioso el hibiscus. Besos.

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  16. Sounds good if you like curry which I don't but Tim likes it

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  17. Such lovely looking meals! That hibiscus is beautiful.

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  18. Me parecen muy ricos los plátanos y el tallarin,me gustaron las flores.

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  19. Very nice food... even it is full lockdown, we are blessed in certain ways!

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  20. The dry curry looks really good to me. All those mint leaves would be a bonus!

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  21. Wonderful neighbour you have.
    The bananas look good and are only smallish.
    Take care.

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  22. Yellow hibiscus is so beautiful :)

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  23. I'm happy you chose to share your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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