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Friday, 2 July 2021

Crispy Peanuts + Anchovies Fritters & Clay Pot Chicken Rice

This was one particular Saturday. Our day started with a morning walk. But before that I took some snapshots of the morning sky.

7:08am
On the reverse side - 7:08am.
Sunrise at 7:25am
We received 6 Japanese Pearl eggs aka Sakura eggs from our neighbour.
I took out 4 eggs from the fridge and half boiled them for breakfast.
Hubby and I have 2 eggs each.
Spicy fried economy beehoon (RM2) from the roadside stall.
Breakfast for 2 people.
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Lunch
We received the following items from our neighbour.
Nyonya kuih, fried sweet potato balls and a packet of crispy peanuts + anchovies fritters.
This is one of my favourite savoury snacks.
I heated up the remaining confinement soup from the previous night dinner and added cooked dried noodle to the soup for hubby's lunch.
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I didn't cook that evening so we bought clay pot chicken rice.
We didn't order any vegetable dish, so I took out some of my home made pickled ginger to go with the rice.
Fresh papaya for dessert.
This was also given by our neighbour.
Pink Frangipani by the roadside.
I had one of this but have given it to a friend due to lack of space in my garden.


Yes, if you want better insight and discernment,
and are searching for them as you would
for lost money or hidden treasure,
then wisdom will be given you and knowledge of God himself;
you will soon learn the importance of reverence
for the Lord and of trusting him.
(Proverbs 2:3-5, The Living Bible-TLB)

60 comments:

  1. Did Sakura eggs taste different from the chicken eggs? Your neighbours are super nice, ain't they?

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    1. I can't tell the difference. I was told that they are processed in clean and hygienic environment and fed with organic feed.

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  2. Greetings and Salutations! Toss. Keep. or give away. It was so nice of you to give your neighbor a pink frangipani because of lack of space.

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    1. Since someone is willing to adopt, it is better to give away instead of discarding the plant.

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  3. What a pretty coloured Frangipani, don't think I've seen one that colour before.
    Sky is good and always nice to see toast.

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  4. Sabrosos platos Nancy. Las fotos y el amanecer preciosos. Las Adelfas son bonitas, pero ocupan mucho espacio. Besos y feliz fin de semana

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  5. I love red and pink frangipani. Bought one from the garden center for rm73 ten years ago. It is now growing outside our house. Which colour do you like? White, pink, red or yellow frangipani?

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    1. I had yellow and deep pink frangipani given to me by my sister. They became too big in pots so I have to give them away to a friend who wanted to adopt them.

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  6. The pink Frangipani is so beautiful! I also love the crispy anchovy and peanut snack (rempeyek).

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    1. I must buy whenever I see rempeyek on sale. Our favourite snack.

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  7. ...the Pink Frangipani is gorgeous.

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  8. Very delicious and the frangipani is a joy!

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  9. The clay pot chicken rice seems my kind of flavor. I feel envious of the neighborhood you live who shares many things. Pink Frangipani looks gorgeous!

    Have a nice weekend

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    1. Thank you, Jeevan. Have a nice weekend too.

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  10. So much delicious food, and that pink Frangipani is gorgeous! Have a great weekend Nancy. :)

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    1. Thank you, Martha. Have a great weekend too.

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  11. You cook such healthy nutritious and tasty food.

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  12. Nancy, I've eaten anchovies before and I like them but I've never tried crispy anchovy with peanuts. Very interesting.


    Cruisin Paul

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    1. I am sure that you will enjoy crispy anchovy with peanuts once you have tried it.

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  13. A day filled with wonderful food. I love your meals.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  14. Very pretty skies. The pink roadside flower is beautiful!

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  15. This all looks so good. But what is a Pearl Egg?

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. Could be due to the pearl white coloured shells.

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  16. Photos of sky are so magical. Thank you for sharing.

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  17. I've never heard of a pearl egg before but it's great it made a tasty breakfast! I like the pink frangipani flowers too :)

    Hope you are having a good weekend :) Another rainy day here.

    Away From The Blue

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  18. Quite a difference in those sky shots.

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  19. Never heard of anchovies fritters, I bet it has interesting texture.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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    1. It is a crispy snack and very addictive too.

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  20. Thanks your share. These food look very beautiful and delicious!
    burgundy bundles with closure

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  21. Linda flor, me gusta la papaya te mando un beso

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  22. Espero que pases un bonito domingo. Besos.

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  23. You have such interesting meals, i love papaya and your flowers, too.

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  24. I've wanted a deep pink frangipani for some time but haven't found it locally. Beautiful!

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    1. Thank you, Carol. Hope you will find a pretty deep pink frangipani plant soon.

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  25. The eggs are cute. I thought they were hard-boiled and peeled as they are shiny and clean.

    Those frangipanni trees, some have nice shapes for the trunks, some not. This was one of the plants I targeted to get when my house was new. Never got round to it though.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. Maybe that is the reason the eggs are call pearl eggs. One thing that discouraged me from growing this, especially this colour frangipani is that it tends to attract yellowish powdery pests under its leaves.

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  26. Wow ! What a lovely Frangipani blooms, Thanks for sharing with Garden Affair.

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