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Wednesday, 18 August 2021

Noodles For Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

This was a Saturday. Our day started with the following sunrise shots.

Sunrise at 6:55am
Sunrise at 7:10am
Sunrise at 7:20am
For breakfast, hubby went out to buy stewed chicken feet with beehoon dry stirred with soy sauce. He also bought 2 pieces of fried stuffs. As for me, I don't want noodle. I want to finish off the 2 remaining "heong peang" with black coffee and 2 pieces of crackers.
For lunch, we received 2 packets of chee cheong fun with 2 pieces of fried bean curd sheet from our neighbour.
For dinner, we drove out to buy 2 sets of wonton noodles from Cheong Kee Wan Tan Mee, Buntong Village.
We add extra wan tan or minced pork dumplings.
Wonton noodles is best eaten with pickled green chilies.
Sweet potato leaves.
The above batch of sweet potato leaves has provided us with plentiful harvest. I have finally cleared all the old sweet potato vines from the front garden patch. Hope to replant a new batch soon.


Then the nations around you that remain will know that
I the LORD have rebuilt what was destroyed
and have replanted what was desolate.
I the LORD have spoken, and I will do it.

58 comments:

  1. I used to plant sweet potato leaves too and it grew very well, started creeping all over the place and getting out of control and we were getting tired of eating so I got rid of them.

    Gosh!!! Maybe it is psychological but I would like to have rice at least once a day. LOL!!!

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    1. Actually, we will get tired of eating whatever we plant in our garden. That is why when we have more than we can consume, we will harvest and share with neighbours and friends.

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  2. Chicken feet?!!! Huh. I´d skip. That´s way too exotic for me!
    Ingo sometimes buys Italian stuffed pig feet and I always have to look away, LOL.
    I rather would go for the potatoe leaves ;-)

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    1. Haha, sorry Iris. I agree that chicken feet is far too exotic for some people.

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  3. I want some chicken claws!The crackers are looking good too.

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  4. I will order chicken feet whenever I go eat dimsum. I love to eat sweet potato leaves and tapioca leaves. Happy mid week Nancy.

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    1. If we were to order chicken feet at dim sum restaurant, one or two plates will not be enough, so to really enjoy it, I have to cook it myself.

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  5. Beautiful sunrise! And food portions looks so tasty!

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  6. Your food looks great. I have never had chicken feet. Have a great day, Valerie

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. Chicken feet may be too exotic for some people. Have a great day too.

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  7. Beautiful sunrise, nice to have potatoes plants.

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  8. ...your day got off to s rosey start!

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  9. Great review and beautiful photos! :)

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  10. Thanks for sharing about your food daily as it gives me ideas on what to buy for food delivery. May your new batch of sweet potatoes leaves have a bountiful harvest too. How do you grow a new batch? From cut stems?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. When I feel like eating sweet potato leaves, I will buy a bunch and use the stems to grow. Meanwhile, I will let the ground rest first.

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  11. Looks so delicious, I got hungry!

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  12. Another beautiful morning and a days worth of delicious food. You two eat so very well.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  13. The noodles and dumplings look so good!!

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  14. Great sky shots...the noodles look yum

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  15. Noodles again. I love it. I think I would eat noodles every day.

    Cruisin Paul

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  16. Such lovely skies. It must feel good to get part of the garden cleaned out and restarted fresh.

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  17. Never seen a sweet potato plant.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  18. Deliciosos fideos, te mando un beso

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  19. Your sweet potato leaves looked so good. Long time did not take chee Cheong fun.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. Hope to replant sweet potato leaves again.

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  20. The sky is beautiful with the sun making it's mark.
    Your lunch looks good and I for some reason don't care for sweet potatoes though everyone down this way telling me they are good.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. We all have our own preferences. I like greens.

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  21. More great photos and nice looking food

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  22. Your sweet potato leaves are very healthy! Can cook a big plate for dinner.

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    1. Thank you, TM. There was plenty to give away.

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  23. I have never seen so much wantan for one portion! Here we will have 2 or 3 small ones only.

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    1. The normal portion is 5 wontons. That bowl has additional wontons.

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    2. We usually order extra wontons because we like their wontons.

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  24. I'm not a morning person so thanks for the sunrise photos! Lovely food dishes, too.

    Thanks for sharing your link at My Corner of the World this week!

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  25. Tu comida se ve siempre interesante. Besos.

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