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Friday, 8 October 2021

Fish Curry & Lettuce For Dinner

I was busy taking snapshots of the sky throughout my morning walk. I hope I will not bore you with so many sky shots.

Morning sky at 7am.
Sunlight on the mist on the Kledang Hill top at 7:20am.
Mist covered Kledang Hill top with the transmission towers.
Hubby was walking ahead of me.
Sunrise at 7:27am
Fluffy white cloud with gray cloud.
More fluffy white cloud.

7:35am
8am
Is this buttermilk cloud?
On the way, we bought spicy fried noodle from the roadside stall for breakfast. Hubby had fried yellow noodle, I had the beehoon. We ate direct from the wrapper.
Ornamental Okra growing in the same pot with the Cup of Gold plant.
This is the ornamental okra pod.
These are the flower buds of the ornamental okra.
More flower buds and okra pods.
Ornamental okra flowers and Cup of Gold flowers.
Ornamental Okra is also known as Musk Mallow, Musk Okra, Rose Mallow, and Tropical Jewel Hibiscus.
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That evening because I called to order a tub of our favourite fish curry.
This tub is enough for 4 people. We took 2 meals to finish this curry.
Lots of oil floating on the surface. The red oil makes the curry looks beautiful. I have to slowly skim off the oil from the curry.
I scooped a portion of the fish curry for dinner.
Home prepared Cameron green lettuce for salad with Kewpie roasted sesame dressing. I didn't even steam rice, bought the rice from the restaurant when I collected the fish curry. It was an appetizing and satisfying dinner.


My son, never forget the things I've taught you.
If you want a long and satisfying life, closely follow my instructions.
Never tire of loyalty and kindness. Hold these virtues tightly.
Write them deep within your heart.
If you want favor with both God and man,
and a reputation for good judgment and common sense,
then trust the Lord completely; don't ever trust yourself.
In everything you do, put God first,
and he will direct you and crown your efforts with success.
(Proverbs 3:1-6, The Living Bible-TLB)

64 comments:

  1. I believe you are right that those are buttermilk clouds, called that way because the clouds look curdled. Love your photo of sunlight on the mist because I wouldn't be able to see that view in person. thanks to your photo, I can see that view now. Very satisfying dinner indeed. I guess your husband will only eat the meat part of the fish head and vegetables in the curry. You will eat the meat sticking to the fish head bones, right?

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    1. You are right. Actually, he is not a fish person.

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  2. Is ornamental okra edible? The flowers are pretty.

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    1. I don't know. The pod is not fleshy, very small and a bit hairy.

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  3. Beautiful photos again, love to see the mist on the hills. we have no hills here, it is all very flat. Your food looks great, as always. Have a lovely day, Valerie

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. Hills or flat land, they are both beautiful.

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  4. curry fish looks appetizing. I can flood my rice with those curry gravy.

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    1. That is what I always do with the curry gravy.

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  5. I always admire your sky photos and the Kledang Hill. The Cup of Gold is beautiful and I had never seen Ornamental okra in bloom. Thank you for sharing.

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  6. Those clouds are a sight to behold. Very nice to look at. The fish curry you bought looks really delicious! I would love those spicy fried noodles that you and your hubby had too!

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    1. Thank you, STP. That is my favourite fish curry.

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  7. Nice skies - here it´s grey all over!
    Hmmm, those noodles look yummy!
    Beautiful flowers.
    Wish I could love fish. We made fish-burgers and since weeks the rest sits in the freezer and I just... don´t want to... and it´s so healthy.

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    1. Thank you, Iris. You are like my hubby, he is not a fan of fish.

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  8. What a beautiful morning! Ornamental Okra is very pretty.

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  9. No te preocupes, Nancy, que no aburres con tus fotografías de tan lindos amaneceres, sino todo lo contrario, es un placer disfrutar de ellos.
    El pescado al curry tiene una pinta buenísima.
    Y me ha encantado ver en esta entrada, esas pinceladas de color que le dan tus flores.
    Que disfrutes de un bonito día.

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    1. Thank you, Manuel for your kind words. Happy weekend.

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  10. I am finding your posts so interesting. We visited Malaysia many years ago and explored street markets/food but never saw the huge array of foods that you bring home - noodles look delicious, such a simple thing but so yummy.

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    1. Thank you, Betty. You will need to stay longer or maybe plan another trip to Malaysia to enjoy more of the street food which we locals enjoy.

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  11. Greetings and Salutations! I will never tire of your sky photographs. I was wondering too, if you can eat the okra? Flowers are quite beautiful. I enjoy seeing the different foods that you and your husband eat. Looks so delicious!

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    1. I don't think this ornamental okra can be eaten. Have a fabulous weekend.

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  12. I love your sky shots. Those noodles look good. I guess noodles exist all over the world. LOL.

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  13. I love your sky photos especially those that show the trailing fog on the mountain. And I am glad to see that you are continuing to eat very well!! Have a great weekend!!

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  14. The sunlight on the mist makes for really interesting photos. Beautiful shots!

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  15. always love your photos nancy

    i like lettuce salad with creammy mayo...it looks fresh and healthy

    and your garden always look so beautiful

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    1. Thank you, Gustyanita. Have a beautiful weekend.

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  16. Love the fog.

    Love the flowers.

    Love, love, love all the food. Goodness.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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  17. The mist on the high ground adds a good touch.

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  18. These transmission towers add a lot of interest.

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  19. The skies and plants are not boring to me, i love them!

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  20. Lindas flores, me gustaron los fideos. Te mando un beso

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  21. Clouds I just want reach out and touch them.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  22. Great review and beautiful photos! :)

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  23. nice skies. interesting to see the evolution of the day.

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  24. I wish that I have more time to appreciate the sky and the clouds! It's always a rush in the mornings to go to work and by the time I get home I am too tired to look at the sky. LOL!

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    1. You can wait till you retire, then you will have plenty of time to do so.

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  25. I noticed this kind of cotton-wool clouds just last night. The kids thought it was a little creepy as the whole sky was like an inverted bowl of these clouds.

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    1. I see this cloud quite often. Have a good weekend.

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  26. Blessings....
    wow, that grasshopper is huge!

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  27. Las fotos del cielo me gustan. Besos.

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