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Tuesday, 16 November 2021

Ma Jie Curry Noodle For Breakfast

This was last Wednesday.  As usual, we went for morning walk.

Bauhinia Kockiana blooms.
 After morning walk, we drove out to town for breakfast.
Ma Jie curry noodle at Restoran Yee Lock.
The olden days domestic Chinese maids from China were called "ma jie".
This snapshot with the low cloud and hills was taken at about 11.20am.
A dulang washer's tools on the bicycle.
A dulang washer refers to a person who pans for tin ore or sediments at the water's edge. Historically, the Kinta valley was very rich in tin.


The man who knows right from wrong and
has good judgment and common sense is happier
than the man who is immensely rich!
For such wisdom is far more valuable than precious jewels.
Nothing else compares with it.
(Proverbs 3:13-15, The Living Bible-TLB)

54 comments:

  1. Curry noodles? The sauce looks like tomato sauce gravy. I did dine out the other morning...finally after all this time - will blog about it soon.

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    1. It is because the curry oil is not very red. The curry is quite mild and not very spicy.

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  2. Your food looks fantastic, great photos, too. Have a great day, Valerie

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  3. what a wonderful suite of pictures

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  4. Bauhinia Kockiana blooms are so beautiful!

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  5. I tried to plant this Kockiana blooms and gave up after walking through several nursery farms. They don't sell this beautiful plant.

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    1. I got this plant many years ago. The nursery near my place has these plants for sale. If they do not have, we can give snapshot and name of plant to the seller and they will inform us when the plants are available.

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  6. ...tin mining sure was a big business in its day. Thanks Nancy for stopping bby.

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  7. The Bauhinia Kockiana blooms are lovely. The curry noodles are delicious especially with pudina leaves. Do both of you like to eat the pudina leaves with the curry noodles?

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  8. Hola Nancy. Las flores son hermosas. Los fideos al curry se ven muy sabrosos. Las fotos muy bonitas y una gran reflexión. Besos

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  9. Your picture of the Bauhinia Kockiana sets the mood for the entire post: beauty, optimism, food satisfaction.

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  10. Love the flowers and I always love your food. That dish looks most delicious.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  11. Pretty bloom of Bauhinia! I wish to see how the low clouds hang behind the trees and houses.

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  12. How delightful. It all makes for a Happy Tuesday.

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  13. Gorgeous flowers and as always yummy food!

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  14. The flowers are gorgeous!! I have never heard of them before, they must not grow in this country.

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  15. Las flores son preciosas y no recuerdo haberlas visto nunca por mi país; los fideos tienen una pinta riquísima,; y en cuanto a lo del estaño, siempre he sabido que los yacimientos más antiguos de este metal, estaban en China, pero, lo que no sabía era que se consiguiera por el sistema de bateo.
    Que disfrutes de una feliz semana.

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  16. Che bei fiori, non credo che in Sicilia , dove vivo, non ci sia. Leggendo i tuoi post conosco sempre nuove cose!

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  17. The blooms in that first photo are stunning! I've never heard of this plant.
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/11/this-is-all-ill-say-about-that.html

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  18. So Ipoh is nearly back to normal... hope by the time I come home, all will be fully normal..hahaha

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    1. Don't know when it will be normal. The cases are going up and down and up again..

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  19. Que hermosas flores, te mando un beso

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  20. The flowers are beautiful.

    Panning for tin must be hard work.

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  21. These flowers are so beautiful! Wonderful Post! Have a great day!
    Rampdiary | Fineartandyou | Beautyandfashionfreaks 

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  22. I am not familiar with Bauhinia Kockiana but the blossoms are lovely.

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  23. Because I read about the curry noodles you had, I went to eat curry noodles for lunch today. LOL!

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  24. I almost confuse ma jie with samsui women (hong tou Jing) who are female Chinese immigrants who came to malaya and Singapore during 1920s and 1940s in search of construction work.

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    1. Ma jie were the house maids and both groups worked very hard.

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