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Monday, 29 November 2021

Curry Noodles, Meat Balls, Fish Balls & Beansprout For Breakfast

This was last Sunday. We couldn't go for morning walk because there was a light drizzle.

No sunrise shot that morning because of the gloomy sky but I received a sunrise shot sent to me by a friend from Penang.
Bauhinia Kockiana blooms from my garden.
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Breakfast with elder son at Curry Keng Restoran.
Both hubby and son ordered curry noodle (dry version).
I ordered curry noodle (wet version with curry broth).
I usually ordered flat rice noodle because I like the soft and silky smooth texture.
Side order: meat balls and fish balls in curry broth.
Side order: Blanched beansprouts.
Later, we will be meeting up with my sister-in-law and family for vegetarian lunch.
Back in my garden: Baby cucumber.
Because of the rainy season, my cucumber vines are not growing well.
Cucumber and long beans are first fruits.
Green brinjal from an old plant.
A boy and a girl blowing bubbles mural painted on the back wall of a shop.

Linking to Monday Mural.

A man without self-control is as defenseless as a city
with broken-down walls.
(Proverbs 25:28, The Living Bible-TLB)

62 comments:

  1. Always some great variety of food. Those flowers from your garden are beautiful.
    The mural is very sweet. Thanks for participating in Monday Murals Nancy :)

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  2. That morning sky is stunning. Meatballs in curry gravy sounds so yummy.

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  3. Beautiful photos. My flowers are all gone, nothing really grows in winter. Your food looks great, I would love a nice, curry meal right now! Have a great week, Valerie

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. We don't have winter here so we have flowers the whole year. Have a great week too.

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  4. I saw curry noodles at the stall I went to this morning. I had the Penang har mee - blogpost coming soon! I may try their curry mee one of these days but I do not think they have the dry version. I probably would enjoy that more.

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    1. You can ask. They might have the dry version.

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  5. Meatballs in curry caught my eyes. Hehe. I would order what you have prefer curry broth.

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    1. I usually order noodle with curry broth except for 1 place which I will take the dry version.

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  6. I would enjoy both dry and wet curry noodles. Oh so the cucumber plants don't like rainy days, wet weather. Is there any difference between the taste of first fruits and fruits from old existing plants?

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    1. The difference is that the first fruit is usually bigger.

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    2. Oh, so my thinking about first fruit beinh smaller is incorrect.

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    3. From my own understanding, the first fruit is usually the best. I might be wrong.

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  7. i like both the dry and wet curry noodles too. The taugeh looks good with plump shape...Ipoh taugeh is the best!

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    1. Thank you, Nux. The plump taugeh is because of the natural well water.

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  8. What a lovely sunrise - it's nice your friend could send you a photo :) The food looks yummy for a drizzly weather day too!

    Hope that you had a great weekend and your week is off to a good start!

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  9. ...the sunrise and the Bauhinia Kockiana blooms complement each other.

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  10. What a pretty flower! We don't have it around here. I know she is a climber, she grows up in Indonesia and Malaysia by climbing trees.
    My regards from Argentina

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  11. The side order of meat balls and fish balls in curry broth sounds interesting Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  12. Those meat and fish balls look delicious. I love curry, too.

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  13. Beautiful sunrise shot. Beautiful.

    Oh the food. I love your food and now I'm starving.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  14. Wonderful view from high up. And pretty flowers.
    Ohhh, the baby cucumber!
    Very cute mural, too!

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  15. My favorite is your lovely skyline photo!

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  16. I know better than to visit when I'm hungry, Nancy. Lovely flowers, and delectable food. Love that mural of the children at play, too.

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  17. The bubble blowing mural was so adorable... and the sunset photo you captured was stunning. I hope you have a beautiful week!

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    1. Thank you, Heidi. Have a beautiful week too.

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  18. That Bible verse has a ton of truth to it. People have to have self control or they are doomed!!

    I love the sky shot that your friend sent from Penang. It is spectacular.

    And as always your food is sublime.

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  19. Thank you to your friend for the sky picture, it's quite lovely.

    Your garden produce looks good, i am sorry to hear some of it is not growing well because of too much rain.

    That's a fun mural.

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  20. Like the look of the meatballs/fishballs.
    The sky is lovely as in colours.
    The mural is different and pleasing to look at.

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  21. Blowing bubbles can be a way to destress
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  22. Lindas flores, me gustan las albĂłndigas. Lindo mural te mando un beso

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  23. Excellent pictures. I love the sky shot and the bubble mural.

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  24. lovely mural of kids blowing bubbles :)

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  25. The flowers from your garden are so beautiful and I love the mural of the kids blowing bubbles
    Julia x
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  26. Looking with envy at those fat beansprouts! The ones here are so skinny.

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    1. Yes, you can only find fat beansprouts in Ipoh.

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  27. Bonitas fotografĂ­as. Besos.

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