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Tuesday, 29 June 2021

Kopisan Lai Fun (Rice Noodle) & Stewed Chicken Feet

This was a Thursday morning. It was warm and there was hardly any breeze.

Sunrise at 7:00am
Starting of our morning walk.
Sunrise at 7:28am.
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We drove out to town to buy breakfast.
We bought 2 portions of rice noodle (Kopisan lai fun) with some fish balls and fish cakes.
We also bought some fried crackers and fried stuffed bean curd sheet aka as "liew".
Curry paste oil as condiment.
We like to add the curry paste oil to the soup.
A very enjoyable and filling breakfast for 2 people.
Sunset bells in my garden.
Morning sky at 9:55am.
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Dinner.
I stewed chicken feet with mushrooms. The cabbage was added later. No other dish because I had some leftover pumpkin + carrot curry in the fridge
I steamed some rice for hubby while I ate bread dipped in the curry.
Snapshot of an antique baby rocking crib, when we visited the Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village in January, 2015. Our last visit was in 2016 and later, we heard that the access road to this place has been changed.


It doesn't make any difference now
whether we have been circumcised or not;
What counts is whether we really have been changed
into new and different people.
(Galatians 6:15, The Living Bible-TLB)

58 comments:

  1. Long time I didn't eat chicken feet. Don't know whether I dare to eat or not now but when I was a little girl I ate a lot of chicken feet. Does your husband eat chicken feet?

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    1. Actually, he is the one who enjoys the chicken feet more than me.

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  2. I love to eat fried beancurd sheets with chili. Beautiful sky.

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  3. I love chicken, it is very tasty))

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  4. Chicken feet very interesting, thanks for your sharing:)

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  5. Chicken feet is a very good source of collagen.

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  6. Used to dislike chicken feet. Now I can accept and enjoy them.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. When it comes to chicken feet, I prefer home cooked ones.

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  7. ...Nancy, I don't think that young mothers today would put their baby in a crib like this today. It's not fancy enough. Thanks for stopping by, enjoy your day.

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  8. Beautiful morning sky! I love love chicken claws!!

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  9. Love the beautiful sky and love all the food. I'm hungry as usual.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  10. I like the 9:55 sky shot and that antique rocking crib is very cool. Everything looks delicious as always Nancy. :)

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  11. Thank you for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/06/arty-sea-world.html

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  12. I have never eaten chicken feet before. The antique crib looks amazing, wonderful to see.

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  13. I never heard of sunset Bells. They are adorable. Are they named this because they bloom at sunset?

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. They bloom the whole day. I think it could be due to the sunset colours of the flowers.

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  14. The food looks yummy and I love that first sunrise pic - such beautiful colours :)

    Hope you are having a lovely week :)

    Away From The Blue

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  15. Your food always looks so yummy!! Share some! hehe!
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  16. I have a friend who loves chicken feet. I am sure they are spicy! Lovely post. When I saw the word "Qing" it made me think of a C-drama I am watching. Which supposedly is a new idea in a storyline (maybe period piece but feels more fantasy to me) where a young mother is looking for the father of her son and falls in love with a prince.

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    1. Thank you, Ellie. The story sounds interesting.

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  17. Such a wonderful post. Thanks so much. Thanks for the foodie photos too!

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    1. You are most welcome. Have a wonderful day.

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  18. Sunrise photos are beautiful Dear friend! Chicken dish looks delicious.

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  19. Hermosas flores y el guiso se ve muy rico. Te mando un beso

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  20. The gopeng mee seller now message me on and off whether I want to order or not.. hahaha..

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    1. Wah! So nice. He doesn't want you to forget his noodle. Lol!

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  21. Fried bean curd sheets with curry sounds interesting, i think i would enjoy trying it.

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  22. That cultural village was closed during my last couple of trips to Ipoh. Seemed to have closed down permanently. Oh miss all the nice 'liew'. KL has yong tau foo which isn't quite the same.

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    1. They do not have a proper access road to the cultural village so they are forced to used another route. There is a place where visitors can get entrance tickets but I am not sure where. That was before the pandemic.

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  23. Un amanecer muy bonito. Besos.

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