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Wednesday, 15 September 2021

Chinese Herbal Soup & Stewed Pork Shoulder

I am sharing 2 days' short posts in this post.

DAY #1

Sunrise at 7:22am.
Morning sky at 7:23am.

Sunrise at 7:33am.
Green brinjals (eggplants) and ladies fingers (okra) from my garden.
I steamed all the green brinjals and ladies finger for dinner.
Drizzled with garlic oil, oyster and soy sauce. 
Boiled Chinese Herbal Soup with pork soft bones.
Passed a portion of the soup over the fence to our neighbour.
This was a no rice dinner.

DAY #2
Sunrise shot on our morning walk.
Buttercake from a dear friend.
Only remember to snap photo after making the cut on the cake.
Stewed pork shoulder with potatoes, carrots and tomatoes.
Home grown angled luffa cooked with dried shrimps and egg.
Steamed rice for hubby.
For me, I ate toast with the stew.
Yums! I really enjoyed my dinner.


Everyone enjoys giving good advice, and how wonderful
it is to be able to say the right thing at the right time.
(Proverbs 15:23, The Living Bible-TLB)

62 comments:

  1. Oh, the cake looks so good. Are those palm trees? The sky is gorgeous!

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  2. The sunrise on the 2nd day looks gorgeous. I love that loaf cake...so tender and soft. The herb soup with pork ribs looks very tempting too, Nancy.

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  3. there's alot of harvest from the garden!

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  4. Something of a difference in two dawns.

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  5. Lovely looking cake.
    Sunrise photos are lovely as always Nancy.

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  6. I'm rather intrigued by your green brinjal. I have not seen it here, much less eat it. We've started harvesting and eating my girl's brinjal - very nice, sweet and very thin skin unlike some that we buy outside.

    The butter cake looks very nicely done and your stewed pork looks very good too!

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    1. Home grown are nicer and sweeter because they are freshly harvested.

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  7. I´ve never seen okra, and wow, from your garden, too! Green eggplants are unknown here, too.
    Great sunrise on day #2!
    Great neighborhood with all the sharing of food.

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    1. Thank you, Iris. Green eggplants is rare and not sold in the market.

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  8. Beautiful photos of the sunrise!
    The steamed eggplant and okra looks delicious, as does that cake!
    Julia x
    https://www.thevelvetrunway.com/

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  9. My pick would be the stewed pork shoulder with potatoes, carrots and tomatoes dish because I just love to eat potatoes, followed closely by the luffa dish. I prefer to eat toasts than rice too! 😀 How many slices of toast did you eat for dinner?

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    1. I think I had 2 pieces of toast. Very filling because I ate the potatoes and carrot too.

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  10. ...the sunrise on your morning walk is a beauty!

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  11. A healthy harvest from your homegrown! Beautiful skies

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  12. Beautiful sky and even more beautiful food. I'm always so hungry when I visit you.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  13. The buttercake sure looks tasty Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  14. The buttercake looks delicious, you have a very generous friend.

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  15. The television program "Gardeners' World" featured a home grower who grew luffa to eat. I had always thought of luffas as scrub sponges, but I see a young luffa is just like a squash. Your version of cooking it looks yummy. Both your dinners look wonderful.

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  16. Your sunrises are glorious! Have a delicious day!

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  17. My vote goes to your second dinner with the stew as i love to eat carrots, potatoes and tomatoes a lot, on top of that i love luffas too, yums!

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  18. I like that butter cake. You sue do eat well.

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  19. I love the sunrise on day 2 and how nice of your friend to give you the yummy looking cake! :)

    Hope your week is going well :)

    Away From The Blue

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  20. Oh, missing comment... i dont know what i have clicked! Anyway, just saying that your harvest is so good... and i hope my brinjals are still there when i go back.. hahaha

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    1. By then, most probably you will have to plant new plants again.

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  21. We had Chicken Stew for dinner tonight.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  22. Me dio ganas de pastel de mantequilla te mando un beso

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  23. I never see Okra here, it possibly will not grow well but I have seen it in the UK, presumably imported. Have a good day Diane

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  24. Pretty brinjals of all shapes and sizes!

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. The plants are quite old now and the fruits are coming in all shapes and sizes.

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  25. Muy buena comida Nancy. Besos.

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