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Friday, 26 November 2021

Herbal Fish Soup, Kung Pao Fish Slices & Sweet Potato Leaves

It was a Friday. The morning was clear, nice and cool, great for morning walk.

Sunrise at 7:07am
On the reverse side, low cloud over Kledang Hill - 7:09am.
Sunrise at 7:10am.
On the reverse side, reflection of sunrise on Kledang Hill - 7:12am.
Sunrise partially blocked by dark clouds - 7:32am.
Kledang Hill - 7:35am.
This was another day with overcast sky.
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Back in my garden.
This is one of 2 pots of cauliflower in my garden.
This is what is left of the 2nd cauliflower plant. The grasshopper had eaten most of the leaves. I had to shoo, shoo, shoo the grasshopper away, hope it will not return to my garden.
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Dinner with friends at Restoran Makanan Laut Piew in Falim.
We ordered snakehead fish (san yu in Cantonese).
The fish slices cooked as "kung pao" style.
The bony part of the fish was used for cooking herbal soup. There was very little wine in the soup. We could hardly taste the wine, more of a herbal soup.
Sweet potato leaves in claypot.
Overall, it was a yummy-licious dinner for 4 people on a rainy evening.


With good men in authority, the people rejoice;
but with the wicked in power, they groan.
(Proverbs 29:2, The Living Bible-TLB)

56 comments:

  1. I had kung pao chicken and pork before, never tried fish. Looks good. The soup too and the sweet potato leaves as well. Lovely meal!

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  2. It is rewarding to wake up early! You catch wonderful nature moments.

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  3. Such a delicious meal! Beautiful morning shots, Nancy.

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  4. Lovely colours in the sunrise photos Nancy.

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  5. ...we will be having leftovers for a while.

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    1. Thank you, Tom. There will always be leftovers to enjoy after celebrations.

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  6. I love your dinner. They don't waste the fish, cooked 2 dishes out of it.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. This is great idea. 1 fish for 2 dishes.

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  7. As always, your food looks wonderful, and I'm hungry! Love the morning photos, it's such a beautiful view. Have a great day, Valerie

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  8. snakehead dishes are very tempting

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  9. Nancy, grasshoppers are very voracious and can kill your plants, therefore you must exterminate them. With scaring them it is not enough since they will return

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    1. Yes, you are right. Especially when they start to munch on my edibles.

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  10. I love kung pao, it is hot and spicy! Delicious!

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  11. Yummy food. We ate so much yesterday. Time to back off for a few days.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Enjoy the delicious food first and try to cut down later. Lol!

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  12. Stunningly Gorgeous Post - Well Done

    Cheers

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  13. You had so much variety in your sky. Lovely.

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  14. Begone, grasshoppers! Go eat grass out in the wilderness, leave the garden plants alone.

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  15. Soups on a rainy evening are perfect. We are in warmer Arizona now so we are having BBQ most nights. - Margy

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    1. Thank you, Margy. We haven't had bbq for a long, long time.

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  16. Thank you for the photos. I love looking at the hills. Will the cauliflower plants still bear cauliflowers? I think it is 20 months that I didn't dine in at restaurants to eat a get together dinner like this. The dishes look tasty! 😋

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    1. Thank you, Mun. I hope the cauliflower plant will bear cauliflower. Hope new leaves will start to grow again.

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  17. Ahh, great sky photos again!! And your food, still amazing as always. I hope you are enjoying the weekend!!

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    1. Thank you, Yogi. We had a great weekend. Have a great new week.

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  18. Lovely captures of the sunrise and morning skies. I hope the grasshopper doesn't return

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    1. Thank you, Jeevan. I do hope it won't return.

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  19. Las fotografĂ­as del amanecer se ven bonitas. Besos.

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  20. Poor plant... can't stop the grasshoppers from making a comeback also.

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    1. I have shifted the grasshopper to a new home. Hope it likes the new home and won't come back to my garden again.

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