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Thursday, 8 July 2021

Salted Egg Yolk Chicken, Fried Chicken, Chicken Curry, Corn & Daikon Soup

This was on a Monday morning. It was nice and cool because it rained the previous night.

Breaking of dawn - 7am.
Sunrise at 7:26am
That morning I was thinking of nasi lemak.
When I was at the stall, I bought 1 nasi lemak and also bought 1 nasi kunyit (turmeric glutinous rice) with chicken and potato curry. We shared the nasi lemak and nasi kunyit.
I found a packet of prawn cracker (not yet fried), given by a friend before EMCO, followed by FMCO. It was not a big packet so I fried and gave some to this friend.
Our neighbour was so kind and thoughtful. When they went out to buy their lunch, they bought 2 sets of lunch for us as well.
Set 1 - Nasi Lemak with egg and fried chicken.
Sambal sauce for the nasi lemak.
Set 2 - Salted egg yolk fried pork & egg with rice.
Salted egg yolk sauce for the fried pork.
They also bought the above crunchy pickled papaya for our snack.
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After such a heavy and filling lunch, we wanted something light for dinner.
So I just boiled soup for the warm evening.
Ingredients for the soup: Daikon, corn, carrot, big onions, goji berries and meat.
A bowl of soup for hubby.
I love carrots so you will notice that my bowl had a lot of carrot.

Since everything here today might well be gone tomorrow,
do you see how essential it is to live a holy life?
Daily expect the Day of God, eager for its arrival.
The galaxies will burn up and the elements
melt down that day - but we'll hardly notice.
We'll be looking the other way, ready for the promised new heavens,
and the promised new earth, all landscaped with righteousness.
(2 Peter 3:11-13, The Message-MSG)

44 comments:

  1. your neighbour is so kind....i feel like wanting to move next to their house too...hahah!

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    1. Thank you, Nux. You are welcome to be our neighbour.

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  2. So many delicious food! The soup looks light yet very flavourful.

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  3. Ah, so you got your wish fulfilled twice. Nasi Lemak for both breakfast and lunch. Good move to just drink soup for dinner. Did u tell your neighbour that you felt like eating nasi lemak or they can read your mind?

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    1. My neighbour didn't know I ate nasi lemak for breakfast. Probably she sensed I was thinking of nasi lemak. Lol!

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  4. You always have such delicious food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I ll be quickly over weight with all the grub. I think Malaysians can eat nasi lemak any time of the day. Corn soup looks good, nice and clear. You must have good eye sight with all the carrots, Nancy.

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    1. Thank you, Kestrel. Maybe I started eating carrots a bit too late because I have started wearing eye glasses in my primary school years. Hope the carrots will help to maintain my eye sight. Lol!

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  5. You have such a wonderful neighbor! I have not mixed daikon with corn before. I must try it since I am loving soups these days.

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    1. This is my first time mixing daikon with corn. These pandemic days, I find cooking soup more convenient and also good for warmer days.

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  6. ,,,breakfast look good, it's time for mine.

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  7. I love your neighbors thoughtfulness. Oh the food. My stomach growled more than once. I have blood work today so I'm fasting. Bugger.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. You will have a big appetite after your fasting. Have a fabulous weekend.

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  8. That was so nice of your neighbor. Everything looks delicious!

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  9. Those prawn crackers look interesting. They resemble the shrimp chips I like to eat.

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    1. Thank you, Gigi. Shrimp chips sounds interesting too.

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  10. Your lunch looks like an American breakfast!

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  11. That's one awesome snapshot of the sunrise. You sure are up and about real early, eh? Your curry looks really nice!

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    1. Thank you, Suituapui. We are early risers. We used to start our morning walk around 6:15 to 6:30am but now we can only start at 7am.

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  12. It all looks good, but that pickled papaya is what I want to find, wonder if they have that in Texas?

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    1. I love pickled papaya but it is a bit hard for my weak teeth to bite.

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  13. That's a beautiful sunrise, and you have wonderful neighbors.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. Have a beautiful weekend.

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  14. Rica comida me encanto el pollo frito y la sopa. Te mando un beso

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  15. I love both daikons and carrots too, soft soft, very easy and nice to eat.

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  16. So sweet of your neighbor, as usual :) Have a nice weekend

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

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  17. Your neighbour sounds like a lovely person

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  18. Todo muy bueno. Tienes vecinos encantadores. Besos.

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