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Friday, 29 October 2021

Fish Curry & Jui Hu Char For Dinner

More eateries are opening up for dine-in. After the "wait and see" period, many will also be ready to open up for dine-in early next month. But for this particular morning, hubby went out to buy breakfast because I was bored with noodles and wanted to eat oat porridge for a change.

Hubby bought pork noodle and some stuffed items.
This is my oat porridge topped with almond slices, walnut chunks and dried cranberries.
All the other colours periwinkles have disappeared except for this white periwinkles.
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Our lunch with breakfast food.
Fried egg and bacon with wholemeal bread for me.
2 half boiled eggs, bacon and bread for hubby.
Periwinkles are self-propagating plants.
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It was my sister's birthday. Since there is no birthday gathering, I ordered 2 portions of fish curry and sent one over to my sister for her dinner. 
I took out half from my own portion for dinner and kept the other half for next day. This is our favourite fish curry.
Home cooked "jui hu char" which is yam bean (sengkuang), carrots, dried shiitake mushrooms, and dried cuttlefish. I can eat a big plate of this without having any rice.
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The following are sunset shots taken outside my house on the 1st Sunday of October.
#1 - Sunset at 7:08pm.
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They who dwell at the ends of the earth stand in awe of Your signs;
You make the sunrise and the sunset shout for joy.
(Psalm 65:8, New American Standard Bible-NASB)

68 comments:

  1. I have never seen white Periwinkles! I thought they were only blue.

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    1. We don't have blue periwinkles here but we have purple, pink, red and white.

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  2. That sandwich looks good! Beautiful sky!

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  3. The flowers and sunset, beautiful Nancy.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  4. I can eat bacon & eggs for breakfast, lunch and dinner hee..hee...

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  5. curry fish looks good. I can dip it with bread.

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    1. Yes, I too love to dip bread in the curry gravy.

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  6. Your porridge looks delicious. I seldom buy takeway but lately have bought salads, because have been lazy :) The skies are phenomenal.

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    1. Thank you, Riitta. Whenever I am lazy, we will buy takeaway food.

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  7. I tried cooking my own jiu hu char once but no, we did not like it. We only enjoy cooked sengkuang, what we call mangkuang here, in our traditional nyonya popiah filling.

    The fish curry looks good, can see it is very lemak!!!

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    1. I don't follow the exact jiu hu char recipe. I cooked it according to our taste and preference.

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  8. Hello Nancy, :=) The fish curry looks so good. I love to eat fish, and enjoy a curry meal any time, so the two together would make an excellent meal for my enjoyment.

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    1. You would love this curry. It is our favourite fish curry.

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  9. Wonderful sky photos, as always. Your food looks great. The porridge with fruits and nuts is something I like to eat, too, and egg and bacon sandwiches, yes please! Have a wonderful day, hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs.

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  10. I suppose you could get tired of too much good food!

    Fish curry looks really power.

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    1. Yes, after too much good food, I crave for some simple and plain food.

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  11. Your jui hu char looks so tasty! Can you please share the recipe? What sauce do you use to stir fry it?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. For my simple recipe, I only use salt, soy sauce and a little oyster sauce.

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  12. Lovely capture on the sunset and periwinkles! I hope your sister had a nice birthday and enjoyed your order of spicy fish curry.

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  13. Beautiful sky shots. Happy belatedbirthday to your sister.

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  14. Bacon & eggs, sounds great to me Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  15. Beautiful flowers and sky shots.

    Love your food. My stomach is growling.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a fantastic weekend.

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  16. Hey! Eggs, bacon, and toast. That looks familiar!!
    Have a great weekend!!

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  17. I don like hot cereal, including hot porridge.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  18. Missing your ju hu char cos I couldn't get it right.... something is missing and I dont know what...

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    1. No worry, keep trying until you get it right.

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  19. Your porridge does look delicious. I love nuts and cranberries.

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  20. Greetings and Salutations! In Illinois, U.S.A. we can meet for birthday parties now. Happy Belated Birthday to your sister. It was so kind of you to share your meal. I love those white periwinkles. I always enjoy the sky shots and the Bible verse.

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  21. Hola Nancy. Que sabrosos platos. todo se ve estupendo. Las fotos son preciosas. Besos.

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  22. The flowers and skies are beautiful.

    May your sister have many more happy birthdays!

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  23. Lindas flores, rico emparedados. Te mando un beso

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  24. your food looks delicious and I am very fond of periwinkle

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  25. All the food looks so delicious! I love bacon and eggs!
    Julia x
    https://www.thevelvetrunway.com/

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  26. I like the last purple skyshot. I want the fried egg and half boiled eggs! Happy belated birthday to your sister.

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  27. El atardecer se ve bonito. Besos.

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  28. Lovely skies! We have periwinkles in Virginia too.

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