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Wednesday, 23 June 2021

Papaya Soup, Yam Bean With Cuttlefish & Assam Curry Fish

On the way home from morning walk, hubby stopped at the coffee shop to buy Chinese crullers from one of the stalls to take home for breakfast.

Chinese crullers (2 yau chow kuai + 1 ham chim peng)
Left over fried tom yam noodle, heated up.
2-in-1 black coffee.
Breakfast for 2 people.
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In my garden
2 round black purplish eggplants.
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Simple lunch - just eat whatever is available in the house. 
What we usually eat for breakfast became our lunch.
Bread for dipping into half boiled eggs for hubby.
I prefer toast with peanut jam and apricot jam.
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Dinner
I cooked a small pot of yam bean (sengkuang) with carrot, dried cuttlefish, and etc. This is aka jiu hu char in Hokkien. Gave 1 tub to neighbour.
Soup: Papaya, carrot, corn, red dates, gojiberries, and soft bone pork.
Gave 2 portions of soup for neighbours.
1 portion for our dinner.
Neighbour ordered assam curry fish for us.
Delicious and satisfying dinner with steamed rice for 2 people.
Ending this post with an evening sky shot @ 7:30pm.
No spectacular sunset, just clouds.


"I am the Alpha and the Omega - the beginning and the end,"
says the Lord God.
"I am the one who is, who always was,
and who is still to come - the Almighty One."
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50 comments:

  1. I love that papaya soup! The fish curry looks great too.

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    1. Thank you, Angie. I love the sweetness of the papaya soup.

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  2. The clouds look like fluffy pillow. Love all your food but I will switch it around to eat your dinner during lunch time because I prefer to eat the heaviest meal at noon. The round egg plants are so cute. How do you know when you should pick them off the main plant?

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    1. This is my first time growing round egg plants so I am not sure when to pick them. I will just have to use my hands to feel and hope I get it right.

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  3. Egg plants are looking great and that sky is gorgeous.

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  4. ...your eggplants look fabulous!

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  5. I would love to try the Chinese crullers, they look so good. Love the sky shot too!

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    1. I am sure you would love the Chinese crullers.

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  6. I love crullers Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  7. Yummy on all the food. Food brings us such joy doesn't it.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Big hug. ♥

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  8. Your curry looks delicious and beautiful evening sky pic

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  9. the sky looks like a puffy quilt! Have a lovely day every day!

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    1. Thank you, Kathe. Puffy quilt, I think this name.

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  10. This is what we call a "Buttermilk Sky".

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I learned something new today.

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  11. The fish curry looks amazing! Thanks for sharing.

    Infinitely Posh

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  12. Never tried eggplant and I don't like seafood or curry

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    1. I think some places called eggplant as aubergine. I know of some of my friends who do not like eggplants.

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  13. Paypa soup sound interesting, just had look it up.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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    1. Thank you, Dora. Papaya soup is very delicious.

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  14. Those crullers look very good, as does the rest of the food.

    That's an interesting cloud pattern.

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  15. Hermosas tus berenjenas, me dio ganas de saborear los buñuelos chinos. Te mando un beso

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  16. That evening sky is quite a sight.

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  17. Papaya soup looks different. I would like to try it.

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  18. Big breakfast, tiny lunch and big dinner again. I'm a fan of the big meals only hehe.

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    1. Big or small, it all depends on my appetite and mood. Lol!

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  19. Yummy dinner. The papaya soup and assam fish curry must be flavourful. Nice to eat with rice.

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  20. Sometimes i will see clouds like that in your evening sky shot.

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    1. Its not often that I get to capture the evening sky because usually by the time I finished dinner, the sun would have set.

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  21. Wow! Those clouds are amazing!

    It's nice to see your link this week at 'My Corner of the World'!

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