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Tuesday, 20 July 2021

Ban Mee, Fried Noodles, Yam Bean Fritters & Clay Pot Chicken Rice

As usual, a few snapshots of the morning sky before our morning walk.

6:50am
7:00am
Facing west - 7:05am
On our way home - 7:43am.
Breakfast
We drove out to buy breakfast from the nearby shop.
His breakfast: Fried noodle (mee and koay teow) with prawns, egg and beansprout.
Her breakfast: Pan mee with fried anchovy, minced meat & wood fungus without the soup.
Soup consisting of 2 fish balls and green veggie (sayur manis) to be poured over the pan mee before serving.
Turmeric (yellow ginger) leaves in my garden.
I am planning to cook rendang with this leaves.
Yam bean fritters.
This is the first time I bought this to try. Very good.
Purple and pink Wishbone flowers growing wild in my garden.
Purple Wishbone self propagated in an unused flower pot.
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Antique treasure.
Antique record player.
Saw this at the Gopeng Museum.
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The warm weather made the cook feel tired and lazy, so kitchen was closed.
Hubby went out to buy takeaway clay pot chicken rice.
Clay pot chicken rice with sour mustard green.
This place also serves ready cooked dishes with white rice.


When that time comes, people will no longer say,
'The parents ate the sour grapes,
but the children got the sour taste.'
Instead, those who eat sour grapes
will have their own teeth set on edge;
and everyone will die because of their own sin."
(Jeremiah 31:29-30. Good News Translation-GNT)

54 comments:

  1. The hills /low mountains in your neighbourhood look lovely. That record player is a treasure indeed.

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  2. My kunyit leaves are flourishing! So big, so nice to wrap fish and put in the oven to bake - like the one in my blogpost today. It gives a much nicer fragrance than banana leaves. It will often flower too!!! Nice to use for cooking and for ulam.

    Wowwww...so many prawns in the kway teow/mee! That must cost quite a bit!

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    1. Hmmm... I must try to use the kunyit leaves to wrap food to bake in the oven or even for pan fry. Love the nice fragrance of the leaves.

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  3. These dishes look great. Turmeric - It was great seeing this plant in the garden. Have a nice week:)

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  4. I definitely support the decision not to cook but to buy delicious takeaway dinner of appetising sour mustard green n claypot chicken. 😋😋😋 I love the ching ching sayur manis soup too. Is the yam bean fritters almost the same as cucur udang? I see got prawns on the yam bean fritters too. I welcome purple and pink wishbone flowers growing in my front yard. So pretty.

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    1. Thank you, Mun. The yam bean fritters is something like cucur udang.

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  5. I would love some koay teow for my meal too. So yummy!

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  6. Yam beans look good.
    Never seen turmeric growing.

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  7. I loved antique record player:) thanks for your sharing...

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  8. ...the record player is shiny and beautiful, I never had one like this. Thanks Nancy for sharing, enjoy your day.

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  9. Great post!!! Thanks for sharing. X

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  10. Lovely! Awesome foods too!

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  11. Beautiful plants and delicious food as always. I like that old record player!

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  12. I want the fried noodle with prawns. Prawns looked big!! I could not resist fresh, tasty prawns.

    Nice morning shots.

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  13. Yambean fritters sound good to me. I'm a fan of the usual 'sar kok liew' - used to tapau some from Dai Shee Keok to last me a while in KL.

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  14. Oh the yummy food. I'm so hungry this morning.

    Love the old record player. That's an antique indeed.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  15. Ah clay pot chicken rice! Clay pot rice is such wonderful comfort food.

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  16. I like your noodles with prawns. Yum!

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  17. 6:50 AM? Do they still make THAT time? Call me for breakfast about 9:30. 😂

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    1. 9:30am will be a late breakfast for us. Can you please leave behind the link to your blog so I can visit your blog.

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  18. I have never seen Turmeric growing. Is it relly in the ginger family? It is being sold a lot now for health reasons.

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    1. Yes, Ginny. It is in the ginger family. These days, people take it for health reasons.

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  19. The food is always so inviting. I love thsie sky shots. A well rounded and very ewonderful post. Thank you Nancy.

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  20. Me gusto los buñuelos y la sopa te mando un beso

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  21. The yam bean fritters looks good! Nice meals even during MCO

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    1. Thank you, Tony. Please leave behind your blog link for me to visit your blog.

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  22. As always, yummy food.. that antique record player is pretty awesome too, thought it was yours at first, haha.. would kill to own that! - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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  23. It been a while since I made fritters
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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    1. Thank you, Dora. I love fritters but lazy to make or fry them.

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  24. That first shot is quite dramatic.

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  25. It's always lovely to see your sky and plant pictures.

    The yam bean fritters look so good!

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  26. Las flores se ven bonitas. Besos.

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