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Monday, 5 July 2021

Simple Western Style Breakfast & Pig's Stomach Soup

This was on a Saturday. The night before, the weather forecast showed that there was possibility of a morning shower.

Morning sky at 6:45am.
There was not even a slight shower but the morning sky was gloomy.
Morning sky with pink cloud at 7:05am, taken on our morning walk.
Clear blue sky at 7:45am.
By 8:08am, the sky turned dark.
We stopped at a roadside stall to buy some snacks.
I bought "nam yee" and "tau sar" biscuits.
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Breakfast
We bought this luncheon meat with bacon for the 1st MCO.
I pan fried the luncheon meat, 4 eggs and heated up the baked beans.
After making the hot drinks, I toasted the bread.
Milo for hubby and coffee for me.
Purple and red bougainvillea in my front garden.
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Dinner
I boiled pig's stomach soup with crushed white peppercorns, ginkgo nuts, onions and soft bone pork. This soup is good for keeping our tummies and bodies warm.
Sauteed sweet potato leaves with garlic and salt to taste.
I heated up some frozen sambal anchovis. Cut home grown green chilies with soy sauce as dipping sauce.
Satisfying dinner for 2 people on a cool evening.
Here is another piece of mural or wall art from the wall surrounding a nearby Chinese school.

You are my hiding place from every storm of life;
you even keep me from getting into trouble!
You surround me with songs of victory.
I will instruct you (says the Lord) and
guide you along the best pathway for your life;
I will advise you and watch your progress.
(Psalm 32:7-8, The Living Bible-TLB)

38 comments:

  1. luncheon meat with toast! delicious!

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  2. Nam yee biscuits!? Is that like bidor or kampar Kai cai peng aka little chicken biscuits?

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    1. The taste is almost similar to the thin kai cai peng....this one is thicker.

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  3. I love pig's tripe and eggs :-) Had 5 today..very yummy.

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    1. This lockdown we have been eating a lot of eggs.

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  4. ...the mural is lovely, enjoy your week Nancy.

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  5. Interesting changes in the sky! Nice mural on weaving

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  6. That breakfast looks big enough to last the whole day!

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  7. You know Nancy, Most of your food I would try and probably enjoy but pig's stomach soup, I'm not ready for that. I mentioned it to my wife and she wouldn't even look at it.
    Have a great day my friend.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Not everyone is interested or can stomach pig's stomach. LOL.

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  8. You make wonderful meals and I'm coming over to share them with you. I'll do all the dishes too.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. We will love to have you come over.

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  9. My favorites today are the pretty pink sky and your beautiful bougainvillea!

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  10. Gorgeous flowers! And I won't even attempt to spell them...

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  11. Flowers are sure pretty.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  12. Quite a contrast in those skies.

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  13. Bello cielos, me encantaron las buganvilias. Te mando un beso y se me antojo el cerdo.

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  14. You always share such awesome photos

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  15. Your pictures make me smile, so many pretty skies and flowers and such good food.

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  16. Bonitas las buganvillas. Besos.

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  17. I haven't tried this variety of Tulip. The bacon tastes nice?

    Nice big breakfast and dinner. No lunch?

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