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Friday, 3 September 2021

Curry Noodle, Coconut Jam & Glutinous Rice Wine Chicken Soup

 The following sky shots were taken in July before the rainy season started.

Sunrise at 6:57am.
7:05am
7:10am
7:17am
Golden sunrise at 7:26am.
Clear blue sky on the reverse side.
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We drove out to town to buy breakfast.
Curry noodles and fried ingredients.
Dry curry noodle for hubby and curry soup version for me.
Hubby doesn't like mint leaves, so I had all the mint leaves.
Curry soup noodle with roast pork and bbq pork.
These fried ingredients were made by the boss and his wife.
Fresh and tasty.
Saw bottles of freshly made coconut jam (kaya) on a table. I bought one bottle as I am too lazy to make kaya these days.
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Home cooked dinner.
Chicken with home made glutinous rice wine.
I added wood fungus, red dates, gojiberries, and lots of pounded ginger.
Sauteed home grown snake beans with garlic and salt.
Red Huernia Oculata from my garden.
This is how the plant or succulent looks like. It grows easily. Just break off 1 section and lay it on the soil surface for it to root.


And I pray that Christ will be more and more at home in your hearts,
living within you as you trust in him.
May your roots go down deep into the soil of God's marvelous love.
(Ephesians 3:17, The Living Bible-TLB)

58 comments:

  1. I love the curry noodles with lots of mint leaves. I always asked more mint for Assam Laksa.

    The cactus looks healthy but they are fragile.

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    1. I will get the extra mint from hubby's portion because he doesn't like mint leaves.

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  2. I buy Glory Brand kaya from Singapore, very nice. We do have one bakery here that makes very very good kaya but I am too lazy to drop by there. Anyway, I should not be eating all the sweet things so better don't buy.

    Your curry noodles look so good!

    You plant those snake beans too. We really should plant more types of vegetables as I have a big garden/compound, 13 points.

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    1. I love your photo of the golden sunrise at 7:26am. Very nice!

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    2. I used to make kaya but decided not to since we have to limited our intake of kaya too.

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    3. Snake beans and long beans are easy to plant and yield is good. You can make good use of your big compound. I have limited space.

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  3. I am drooling at the curry laksa and your chicken wine soup! Your cactus flowers are so cute!

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  4. I like those herbs and mint leaves while some may find them pungent. I like the 5th sky shot, you should develop it and frame it up!

    I like your home cooked dinner, boy, I am hungry now.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. I like the leaves but hubby finds them pungent.

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  5. I like curry dishes. I have never eaten such jam. Beautiful photos. Have a nice day:

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  6. The succulent in your garden looks really nice. Chicken in rice wine looks really delicious.

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  7. ...a beautiful start to your day!

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  8. Beautiful sky shots from this particular dawn! The fried items look crunchy, and your red flowers are exotic.
    Have a great weekend

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  9. Great skies!! Even if they are from July. Love the food as always. Have a great weekend!!

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  10. I love your food. Delicious and then some. I want to come along with you to pick up breakfast.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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  11. Greetings and Salutations! We are having a lot of gray days here also. Fires from Canada and the fires from the Boundary Waters, Minnesota aren't helping us enjoy blue skies. I feel very sad that so many people are experience loss of life and loss of homes and everything that they own. Your photos are simple and excellent. The food looks delicious. I haven't ever tasted kaya before. I think I would love it because I love coconut cakes and milk and drinks inside fresh coconuts. Yummy. Be safe.

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    1. I feel for those who lost love ones and their homes.

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  12. I always admire your sky photos. This time the golden sunrise is my favourite. Delicious dishes as well Nancy!

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  13. The red Huernia Oculata flowers are so pretty. The golden sunrise photo is the winner! Followed by the next clear blue sky photo. I like all the food you both ate, especially the chicken wine dish for dinner. About the kaya, does it taste close to the kaya you make?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. The kaya is good but a bit sweet.

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  14. I like the curry soup noodle the most. Looks great!

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  15. I love how your sky changes over time. Beautiful photos!

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  16. The Huernia are awesome! I have never seen them, or heard of them before now!

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    1. This is the longest surviving succulent in my garden.

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  17. Sky photos and Golden Sun Rise photo are amazing Dear friend! Coconut Jam is so new for us, i love it and rearly want to try it. Also We try to make "milk jam" but not sure whether we get successful or not. Happy September.

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  18. Lindas flores y rica comida te mando un beso

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  19. How i do love your pretty skies. That succulent plant looks like it is saying "do not touch me!"

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. It looks prickly but they are soft and not sharp.

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  20. Totally approve of all food here - those curry noodles, the liew, your rice wine chicken. All wow.

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  21. Las tomas del cielo se ven preciosas. Besos.

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  22. Lovely Sky shots , huernia blooms looks lovely. Thanks for sharing with Garden Affair.

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