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Tuesday, 31 August 2021

Pan Mee, Loh Mee & Spicy, Sour Mustard Green

Have been raining the last few days. Gloomy sky most of the days.

Morning sky at 7:15am
On the reverse side, clear view of Kledang Hill.
Can you see the communication towers on the hill?

From here, we crossed the road to the right to where the shops are to buy breakfast.
2 pieces of tapioca cake (left)
Steamed cake or "angku" kuih.
Green is with grated coconut filling, red is with red bean paste and the yellow is with bean paste.
Next, we walked over to another shop.
To buy 4 pieces of my favourite yam bean (sengkuang) fritters.
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Our neighbour bought lunch for us.
And 1 set of Chili Pan mee served with Amaranth spinach soup.
Dry version pan mee served with fragrant spicy chili.
1 set of Loh Mee with thick gravy.
Noodle and gravy were placed separately.
Pour the loh mee gravy over the noodle.
Dark rice vinegar was added to the noodle.
Both the noodle portions were big.
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Spicy and Sour Mustard Green (kai choy).
I cooked spicy and sour mustard green with 1 roast pork leg for dinner.
After a heavy lunch, we didn't want any rice and just enjoy the appetizing dish by itself.
A set of Chinese Calligraphy Writing And Painting Tools at the Gopeng Museum.


Do not let any part of your bodies become tools of wickedness,
to be used for sinning; but give yourselves completely
to God - every part of you - for you are back from death
and you want to be tools in the hands of God,
to be used for his good purposes.
(Romans 6:13, The Living Bible-TLB)

56 comments:

  1. Never had spinach soup. Raining today.

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  2. I only go for angku with mung bean paste, not fond of the others. Tapioca cake looks good.

    Dry version of pan mee? Never seen that here before, not that there are a lot of places selling pan mee in Sibu - I guess it's another thing that is not Fuzhou so not so readily and widely available.

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    1. We don't get to choose the angku, all are packed in 3s. Anyway, its my first time buying from angku from this stall. Pan mee is easily available in Ipoh.

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  3. Your grey skies are like ours just now. The selection of food is great, you always have such a variety! Have a great day, Vaerie

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  4. When it comes to angku kueh, I still prefer the one with mung bean.

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    1. Me too, but they were pre-packed with one of each.

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  5. My favorite would be the Kai choy with roast pork leg, because it is spicy and sour, I can eat a lot of rice with it

    Good that you are using tiffin carriers to dabao your food.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. kai choy is my favourite too.

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  6. Well done, lovely set of photos. Sorry I am not keeping up with blogs and comments just so much going on. Lots to do in the garden and I have not had time to process photos that I have taken, I am getting backlogged!!
    Hope all is well, take care, Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane. Just take your time, no rush.

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  7. Love those angku kuih! And the pork leg looks very appetizing too.

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  8. wow so cute angku....i like them so much...but in my country i call them kweku...

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    1. I learn something new today....I will remember to refer them as kweku.

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  9. ...calligraphy writing and cursive have become a dying art here. The computer seems to be the killer. Thanks Nancy for sharing, enjoy your day.

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    1. So true. Thank you, Tom. Have a wonderful day.

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  10. Yes, I can just see the communication towers on the hill, so short, compared to the hill so the hill must be super high. The view from the hill must be superb if it is high. Have u seen the view from up on the hill?

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    1. I didn't reach the waterfall, just up to the little garden before the waterfall. I can see the whole of Ipoh from up there.

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  11. Your neighbour is so nice to buy the dry chili pan Mee n lor Mee for your lunch. Usually do they ask for your permission before they buy or it is always a surprise?

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    1. They will inform me that they have ordered noodles for us. If we had eaten lunch, then we can keep the noodle for dinner.

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  12. Your spicy sour mustard leaves dish looks so appetising. I have yet to learn to eat this dish on its own. Usually will eat with rice, noodles or bread. I guess you still have remaining for another day or did you cook a small portion just enough for dinner for 2 pax?

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    1. I usually cooked a big portion. Enough for 2 meals and to give some to neighbour.

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  13. Veo con envidia la lluvia, por la gran sequía que tenemos aquí en el sur.

    Que tengas una buena semana.

    Besos

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  14. I liked the colors of those goodies Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  15. Thanks so much for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/08/smells-good-in-kitchen.html

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  16. What amazing views you have, Nancy. I can only imagine seeing these great views everywhere you go. Beauty abounds where you live.

    I am always hungry when I leave your blog. You give us the most colorful and beautiful food. I love that soup. And the museum's calligraphy set is stunning.

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  17. Oh the food. I love all your food. Wonderful.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  18. The weather is the same here, and nice capture of your gloomy sky and neighborhood. Yummy colorful cakes!

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  19. Beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing.

    Abdel | New Blog Post

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  20. The variety of foods and colors, somehow contrasts with the more or less uniform color of the sky - various shades of grey.

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  21. You have so many pretty things to eat, i want to try yam bean fritters and spinach soup.

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  22. Los pastelitos se ven muy ricos. Te mando un beso

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  23. I feel son envy with you because you did morning walk!

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    1. This is the only outing that we can enjoy during this pandemic.

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  24. It's hard enough for me to find angku on sale let alone 3 flavours!

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  25. Oh everything looks so delicious. The tapioca cake caught my atention. I love that I stopped by. Have a wonderful evening.

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