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Friday, 30 July 2021

Noodle With Curry For Lunch & Wanton Noodle For Dinner

Another warm and humid morning. The sky looked like it was going to rain but there was no rain at all.

Morning sky at 7:45am.
Before returning home from morning walk, we walked to the shop to buy the above items for breakfast.
Pretty yellow flowers hanging over the concrete wall of the garden of a house that we pass by every morning.
Chamaecytisus supinus as identified by Lens Google.
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Lunch
To heat up the leftover rendang pork and potato, I steamed it covered.
I cooked 2 packets of instant Indomie noodle.
I also steamed the one and only curry chicken bun that was left in the fridge.
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Dinner
Feeling tired and lazy due to the hot and humid weather, not in the mood to cook.
Hubby went out to buy wonton noodle from Buntong.
Add extra wonton or meat dumplings.
For wonton noodle, pickled green chili is a must for me.
This was our dinner.
We have been eating this wonton noodle for many years. The first generation has retired and now the business is run by the daughter and son.
Sunset at 7:33pm.
In time to catch the sunset when I took the garbage out.
On the opposite side.
Evening sky over the Kledang Hill at 7:35pm.


The LORD's Future Reign
In the last days, the mountain of the LORD's house
will be the highest of all - the most important place on earth.
It will be raised above the other hills,
and people from all over the world will stream there to worship.
(Micah 4:1, New Living Translation-NLT)

48 comments:

  1. Beautiful yeallow flower and amazing sunsets. Your dishes look delicious today, too.

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  2. Cooking takes a lot of time and efforts, it is ok to rest once in a while and dabao food from outside. The yellow flowers look so gorgeous.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. Sometimes the cook needs to take leave too. Lol!

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  3. What do you eat the yeutiao with? I usually will eat it with kaya or condensed milk. Are the other two kuehs the same or two different types? The one on the right looks like mang ngee (horse hoof) but the shape is not exactly the same as the ones we have here.

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    1. I usually eat the yeutiao by itself especially when it is freshly fried and crispy. Or I will dip it into hot kopi-O. On the left is the hum chim peang with red bean paste filling and on the right is the horse hoof or mah keok.

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  4. Aunque el cielo está nublado, me encanta esa puesta de sol.
    Suelo visitar mucho restaurante asiáticos que hay en mi ciudad, pero te digo, que la comida nada tiene que ver con lo que tu nos muestras. Siempre se ha dicho, que como la comida casera no hay nada.
    Un abrazo, Nancy.

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    1. It is true that home cooked meals taste better than those in restaurants. Once in a while we do like to dine in the restaurants but if we do it too often, we get bored. Have a good weekend.

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  5. Gorgeous sunset shots! I love the leftover rendang pork!

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  6. lovely food, beautiful yellow flowers, and wonderful skies

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  7. I like to eat the slippery wontons. Does your curry chicken bao have an aluminum foil container inside the bao? From the size of it, I suspect not. Is that correct?

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    1. There is no aluminium foil container in the bao.

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  8. Those yellow flowers are so pretty. I usually cover my food too when steaming to prevent water from getting into the food.

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  9. ...those yellow flowers are just what I need to brighten up this rainy day, thanks.

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    1. Yellow flowers always brighten up the day.

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  10. Great skies!! Beautiful color, wonderful food and a great scripture.
    Enjoy your weekend!!

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  11. Greetings and Salutations! Gray skies broken into a beautiful sunset. Wowza! It is hot and humid here too. Can understand not wanting to cook. Those yellow flowers are very pretty. Take care.

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    1. Thank you and have a great weekend. Take care and stay safe.

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  12. Oh the food. I can hear my stomach growling. You eat so very well.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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  13. Hubby and I done up pickled peppers.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  14. Your breakfast items look like dessert, so yummy!!!!

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  15. Me gusto el atardecer y las flores. Yo adoro los fideos. Te mando un beso

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  16. Such pretty sunset skies, and i like that flower.

    When it is too hot, i do not like to cook, either.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. Hot weather is a good excuse not to cook.

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  17. La flor amarilla es preciosa. Besos.

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  18. Such lovely photos and an all round good post

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  19. Pretty yellow flowers to capture the attention! Fantastic sunset at shots.

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  20. Good that the son took over for the wanton mee! Some tastes just cannot be replicated at home.

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    1. In this case, it is one of the daughters who took over the father's job of cooking the noodles. She is doing a good job. The son is helping out in the shop.

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  21. Nice skies, beautiful flowers and a feast. Have a nice day.

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