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Wednesday, 8 September 2021

Black Vinegar Pork Trotter, Sambal Stinky Bean & Fried Fish

On this particular morning, there was no sunrise to greet me when we started out on our morning walk. 

The birds were early - 7:05am.
I managed to capture some flying over me.
Overcast sky - 8:30am.
I was bored with noodles, so I cooked oat porridge for myself.
I added 2 long ladies fingers into the porridge.
Then I sprinkled some dried shrimp chili onto the oat porridge.
I like this dried shrimp chili.
White frangipani by the roadside near my house.
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Dinner
Fried fish, 2 slices.
Home grown angled luffa cooked with garlic, ginger strips, dried shrimps and egg.
Reheated a small portion of black vinegar pork trotter that was kept in the fridge.
Even though our neighbour don't eat stinky beans, they bought some for us when they went out to buy dinner for themselves.
Someone very happy because sambal stinky beans and black vinegar are his favourites.


And remember that your heavenly Father
to whom you pray has no favorites when he judges.
He will judge you with perfect justice for everything you do;
so act in reverent fear of him from now on until you get to heaven.
(1 Peter 1:17, The Living Bible-TLB)

52 comments:

  1. 4 dishes for dinner....i would be happy too!

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  2. I love black vinegar pork trotter, sambal stinky beans. I'd surely put on weight if I stayed with you. LOL!!!

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  3. The Frangipani is stunning! I have never seen it before.

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  4. I love black vinegar pork trotters. The panfried fish looks so golden crisp. You have the best neighbours, Nancy.

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    1. Thank you, Angie. Thankful for good neighbours.

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  5. Very nice dinner! So thoughtful of your neighbours to buy the stinky beans dish for you all though they don't eat it. I love your oats porridge. Can put all sorts of savoury condiments on it and also like congee, can eat it with century eggs or salted eggs. Have you tried eating oats porridge with salted or century eggs?

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    1. No, I haven't tried with century egg but yes, I have tried with salted egg when I once ate oat porridge for dinner.

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  6. Your food is always so interesting, and so different to ours here. Oats here are usually served with cream and sugar. That fish looks delicious, too. Have a great day, Valerie

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  7. I always ate black vinegar pork trotter with rice and plenty of gravy. That's enough to make me happy. The flower is beautiful and must be fragrant.

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    1. Thank you, TM. We usually flood our rice with black vinegar gravy and we will drink the gravy too.

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  8. Stinky bean???? Help, nooo.... What a title, LOL!
    Ladies fingers??? It´s a horror show! You have me laughing.
    Shrimp Chili?!
    Our "worlds" are so different!
    Luckily! Anything else would be boring, right.
    Care for sharing some Labskaus? My Mum ate it on the ship from a barf back, hot and steaming, to shock tourists.

    The flowers are so ... oh. have a (fake one) right here, in a also fake coconut as ... just added a pic on my blog for you :-)

    The fish looks good. We made fish burgers. Too, way too many.

    OK. I´m officially hungry now!

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    1. Its the name we gave the beans. Petai is a better name than stinky beans. Lol! Its not stinky when we cook or eat it.

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  9. I like your dinner with the luffas,fried fish and pork trotters, yums! The flowers look beautiful in pure white. Ladies fingers in oats porridge is something new to me.

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  10. i really love stinky beans...i usualy eat them with sambal and something that fried...

    your dish look full of nutrition...really enjoy the photos dear ^^

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  11. The fish looks good and the frangipani is beautiful.

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  12. ...I'll have the fish please!

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  13. Beautiful nature shots and even more beautiful food. Yummy.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  14. I would like to try the dried chili. And the fried fish look good, too.

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  15. The birds and frangiapani are beautiful, and the food looks yummy.

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  16. I believe we're having pork chops for dinner tonight

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  17. Bellas aves rica comida te mando un beso

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  18. We are seeing more flocks of birds as well, probably sensing the changing weather. Food looks lovely, as always.
    Amalia
    xo

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  19. Wow 4 dishes for dinner. I'd be very happy with them as well haha.

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