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Tuesday, 13 July 2021

Rice Noodle In Soup, Rojak & Ginger Omelette

For the past few days, it was a mixture of sunny and rainy days. According to the weather forecast, there was a possibility of thunderstorm but there was none in our area.

Morning sky at 6:55am.
Looking at the sky, it might rain later in the day.
Can you see the 2 birds on the power line on the right?
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After morning walk, we drove out to town to buy breakfast.
Fried yong tau foo (stuffed bean curd sheet, stuffed bitter gourd and stuffed long beans) with fish paste.
3 pieces of crunchy fish crackers.
It was hubby's.
Lai fun (rice noodle) in clear soup with 2 pieces of fish cake, garnished with spring onion and sprinkling of sesame seeds.
This was mine, with a piece of stuffed white tofu.
Our breakfast.
Milo (left) for hubby and Bru coffee (right) for me.
My Bauhiana Kockiana plant in front of my house.
Lunch
Hubby bought rojak (pasar malam version).
A friend asked me to help her buy this Lemon Honey Bentong Ginger. I was at the shop and was told that there was no stock.
The lady boss recommended this. According to my friend, the one with the yellow cap tastes better than the one with green cap. Hope it will be available on my next trip to the shop.
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Home cooked dinner
Sometimes, I don't know what to cook. Since I need to clear the eggs from my fridge, I decided to cook omelette.
I ended up cooking julienned ginger omelette with sesame oil.
Blanched broccoli.
No more garlic oil, so I used the remaining sesame dressing.
This was our dinner with left over ABC soup and steamed rice.
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The snap shot (below) was taken in May, 2015 when we visited the Kinta Tin Mining (Gravel Pump) Museum.
Wooden buckets and wheelbarrow used by tin mining workers.


There is going to come a time of testing at Christ's Judgment Day
to see what kind of material each builder has used.
Everyone's work will be put through the fire so that all can see
whether or not it keeps its value, and what was really accomplished.
(1 Corinthians 3:13, The Living Bible-TLB)

50 comments:

  1. It has been raining continuously for two to three days in sg, very nice cooling weather to sleep in but cause inconvenience to those going outdoors.

    What a satisfying breakfast! I love to eat omelette a lot.

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    1. Last night was very cool after the heavy downpour. We didn't even need to on the fan when we sleep.

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  2. Love your homemade meal! The fish crackers look good too.

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  3. Omg! Everything looks amazing! ❤️ Loved this post! <3

    www.pimentamaisdoce.blogspot.com

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  4. Your flowers are blooming beautifully. Quite a lot of rain here which pleases me very much - no need to water the plants! LOL!!! Can't do any gardening/weeding though.

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    1. Thank you, Suituapui. The plants will love the rain and the weeds will grow extra fast!

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  5. The lai fun noodles look delicious since it looks like the soft soft type and not the QQ type. I am not familiar with the lemon ginger, is it for cooking or is it something like a sweet?

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    1. This lai fun's texture is nice and soft. This lemon ginger is actually ginger candy and eaten as snack. It is good soothing the irritated throat.

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  6. ...that wheelbarrow will never have a flat tire, perhaps the old ways are better. Thanks Nancy for stopping by, enjoy your week.

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    1. Thank you, Tom. The old ways are made to last longer.

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  7. Great tips! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Mmmmmm that ginger omelette sounds fantastic, must give it a try. The Bauhiana Kockiana looks amazing, you are a very successful gardener. Keep safe, Diane

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  9. Yummy and very pretty sky shots, definitely looks like it might rain. Have a great day Nancy. :)

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  10. Three wonderful meals. I love your breakfast the very best.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  11. What delicious dishes and beautiful flowers!

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  12. Beautiful shades of pink in your sky and the bauhiana kockiana seem to adorn your house. Neat work on the mining wooden vessels!

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  13. The sad thing about living in a Rural community is not having all foods available to us.

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    1. We have most of things we need here without having to go far out to town.

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  14. Love the birds on the power lines - we too have had big storms here in Thailand the past week, at least the surfers have loved it!
    Have a great week
    Wren x

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  15. Your plant is so large and gorgeous!

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  16. Your food posts are always so intriguing and yummy looking!! Thank you for sharing! <3
    http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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  17. Bello cielo suerte cuando vayas ala tienda y compres e l jengibre. Te mando un beso

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  18. Beautiful skies, good-looking food!

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  19. Those sunrise photos are stunning! At the shelter, we have some flowers that look a lot like those in the front flower bed.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. I am trying to imagine how the front of the shelter looks like.

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  20. The big fish crackers are just an extra snack?

    Ginger and sesame in the omelette - should be nice and 'warming'.

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    1. Yes, we love to snack on the fish crackers.

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