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Wednesday, 6 October 2021

Curry Noodle, Roast Pork, Glutinous Rice With Kaya & Chempedak Cake

This was the last Wednesday of September.  As usual, we did our morning walk.

In the compound of a corner house that we pass by on our morning walk, there is a pair of papaya trees. On the left is a male papaya tree with flowers on long stalks and without papaya. On the right is a female papaya tree with 2 papayas.
Is this modern art?
After morning walk, drove out to town to buy curry noodles for breakfast.
While I was waiting for the curry noodles, hubby went next door to buy RM10 roast pork.
Curry noodle (dry version) for hubby - RM7
Curry noodle (soup version) for me - RM7.
Both curry noodles have roast pork, char siew & chicken meat.
On the way home, I stopped to buy the above glutinous rice (coloured with blue pea flower) with coconut jam (kaya) - RM2.50
I also bought chempedak cake - RM12.
Curry puff - RM2.60
All the above snacks were kept for lunch and afternoon tea.
Cloudy sky for the whole day.


These trials are only to test your faith,
to see whether or not it is strong and pure.
It is being tested as fire tests gold and purifies it - and
your faith is far more precious to God than mere gold; so if 
your faith remains strong after being tried in the test tube of fiery trials,
it will bring you much praise and glory
and honor on the day of his return.
(1 Peter 1:7, The Living Bible-TLB)

58 comments:

  1. Ooooo...my favourite, pulut tai tai!!! But I should not eat that anymore, too sweet. Can't remember the last time I had a curry puff too - this pandemic, so many things that I have not eaten for a long time. Chempedak cake looks good...and the curry noodles too!

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    1. I like this pulut tai tai because the texture of the pulut is just nice and the kaya not very sweet.

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  2. wow Nancy, what a treat! Roasted pork, curry noodles and puff pastry...they all look so tempting!

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  3. Your food looks wonderful again, so many varieties. What is in chempedak cake? Love the photos, scribbles on objects seem to be universal! Have a great day, take care, Valerie

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    1. The chempedak cake has pieces of the chempedak fruit in the cake. Chempedak is something like the jackfruit.

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  4. What a interesting Rice meals:) we used to Rice for desert ... Have you ever heard 'Sütlaç'?

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    1. I googled for Sutlac. It is rice pudding and it looks delicious.

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  5. I didn't know that there are female & male papayas! Interesting blue rice.

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  6. ...Is this modern art? Nope!

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  7. I would like to wait under the papaya tree and catch the fruit when it falls. Now that would be fresh papaya!

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    1. I am afraid by then the birds would have eaten it.

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  8. That pork looks so good but I can't eat any meat from a pig because it sets off gallstone attacks. I really miss pork!!
    No, that is not modern art but graffiti plain and simple.

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  9. Wah, I like all the food you have shown here especially the cempedak cake. The papaya trees are very tall. Do you know how they collect the papaya fruit since it is so tall? Climb the tree? Use a ladder?

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    1. Lol! I wouldn't know. I once had a tall papaya and I had to use a ladder to pick the fruit off the tree.

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  10. I never saw blue rice. The cake looks yummy Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  11. I was quite impressed with the papaya trees. I had NO idea there were male and female trees. That was nice to learn. I found the blue rice intriguing, too. I wouldn't mind trying that cake!

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  12. I have never seen a male papaya tree. Interesting. That blue glutinous rice looks unique.

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  13. So delicious. I had some of each dish. Wonderful meals.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  14. Después de una buena caminata, siempre hay buenas ganas de comer.

    Besos

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  15. I have never seen a papaya tree, or blue rice!

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    1. The blue colouring is from the blue pea flowers.

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  16. Oh such a feast you have every day!

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  17. I must admit, I hate graffiti. Taggers deserve getting beaten to a pulp.

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  18. Those papaya look huge.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  19. The blue rice looks fascinating to me!

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  20. Wow. Never knew of the papaya trees like that!
    So much to learn in blogger-world! :-) Great!

    The utility box, well. Some drunken kid in an aggressive mood, I´d say.

    See. Here people shake their head upon me when I have have Pizza for breakfast, or, today I´ll have Spinach Pie.
    Most here eat sweet stuff. A slice of marmalade-toast or such. Muesli... Cornflakes, honey-bun...
    Always wonderful to see your choices.
    The rice looks fab! I have one with beet root, the water I cooked it in... WOW. The rise... just a mild pink, very diesappointing. This one reminds me of The Smurfs! I think they come back here in Germany - your rice would sell well. Sad my Nieces are too old for The Smurfs.

    The Curry Puff looks like a sea shell, wonderful.

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    1. Thank you, Iris. I love to watch Smurfs together with my sons when they were little. At my age, I still enjoy Disney cartoon.

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  21. The art to me isn't the best:) I must say the blue rice looks interesting..

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    1. The blue colour from the blue pea flower makes it outstanding.

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  22. Looks, you had a colorful breakfast! Tempting puff

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  23. Male papaya trees are rare. My parents 'accidentally' grew one and my mum was trying to change the 'gender' of it hahaha. It wasn't possible (I'm not surprised) and they got rid of it.

    Love the look of that curry mee with mint leaves.

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  24. El árbol de la papaya me encanta. Besos.

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