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Friday, 7 January 2022

Home Grown White Radish + Pork Rib Soup

There is not so much rain these few days. Since the morning is dry, we are able to resume our morning walk. The morning sky does look different.

Morning sky at 6:55am.
I was standing in the middle of the road. After taking this snapshot, I quickly walked to the side because there was a car coming towards me.
6:59am
7:00am.
Sunrise behind the trees at 7:16am.
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Breakfast at one of our regular coffee shop.
My breakfast: Char Siew Wanton Mee and herbal tea.
(wonton noodle, bbq pork, 5 minced pork dumplings = RM5.50)
Hubby's breakfast: Shredded chicken noodle (kai si hor fun) with Chinese tea RM5.50
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Back home in my garden.
Some of my white radish are ready for harvest.
I pulled out 3 white radishes.
These will be enough to boil soup for dinner.
Ingredients for soup: White radish, carrot, red dates, goji berries, dried cuttlefish and pork rib. There was enough soup to share with my neighbour.
Our simple dinner: White radish soup, leftover fish cake with king oyster mushroom, chili oil and steamed brown rice.
A friend came back from Taiping and gifted me with 2 bottles of delicious chili oil with crunchy bits.


For the free gift of eternal salvation is now being offered to everyone;
and along with this gift comes the realization that God wants us
to turn from godless living and sinful pleasures
and to live good, God-fearing lives day after day,
looking forward to that wonderful time we've been expecting,
when his glory shall be seen - the glory of our great God
and Savior Jesus Christ.
(Titus 2:11-13, The Living Bible-TLB)

66 comments:

  1. The top two skies look foreboding but the next one looks less scary.

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    1. Yes, we seldom get to see such foreboding sky.

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  2. Your sky photos are amazing! Do white radishes taste like the red ones?

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I won't be able to comment because I have tasted the red ones.

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  3. Wonderful sky pics and oh, your white radish! Hmmmm...
    We make a kind of sauce from it.

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    1. Thank you, Iris. Hmmm white radish sauce? I will check out on Google.

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  4. Your Char Siew Wanton Mee is making me drool and of course, I have a soft spot for your hubby's kai si hor fun. Here, it rains all night and will carry on right into the early part of the morning. That is why I do not feel like going out, just stay home, eat whatever I can find.

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    1. Thank you, STP. Over here, no more morning rain but started raining in the late afternoon and evening.

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  5. Love the early morning sky photos. You got a great harvest from your garden! Hugs, Valerie

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

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  6. i had radish soup a few days back too.

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    1. Love radish soup and stewed dish with radish in it too.

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  7. Nice morning shots :) greetings from Turkey...

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  8. Great white radishes! You have a green thumb.

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  9. Beautiful sunrise photos. It has been nice, cooler mornings lately but more rain in the late afternoon to evening.

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    1. This afternoon we had a thunderstorm with strong wind and loud thunder. Scary!

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  10. ...fresh from the garden is always best.

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  11. The radish soup sounds very nice, wish you a happy start of the year

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    1. Thank you, Nassah. Wish you all the best for the new year.

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  12. It's always a good plan not to stand in the road too long!

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  13. The radish soup makes my mouth water. (We don't have here the long radish shape, only the usual red kind of radish).
    Your sunrise pictures are spectacular!

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    1. Thank you, Duta. I wonder if the red radish tastes the same as the long white radish.

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  14. Wow Nancy. A great breakfast, mine is a grapefruit, muffin and a MacDonald Coffee
    Enjoy your day my friend.


    Cruisin Paul

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  15. The wonton looks delicious! I love wonton. I wish I could try the chili oil.

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    1. Thank you, Gigi. Sometimes I will just take the wonton without the noodle.

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  16. Beautiful sky shots.

    Oh the food. It's almost time for breakfast and I want some of your food.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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

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  17. Lovely sunrise photos. Gotta watch out for cars!

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  18. Wow! Your radish soup must taste so naturally sweet! Very tasty! How did you grow the radish?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. I grow them from seeds bought from the plant nursery.

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  19. Buenas tardes, Nancy. Ya me gustaría a mi ser tu vecino, para poder degustar tantas exquisiteces. La sopa de fideos con pollo de tu marido, ya me gustaría a mi tenerla a mano, y más hoy que está haciendo por aquí mucho frío.
    Y ten mucho cuidado con los coches, cuando salgas a pasear antes del amanecer, que aquí tenemos un refrán que dice para que se tenga precaución: que de noche todos los gatos son pardos.
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Thank you, Manuel. We just had a scary thunderstorm this afternoon. Soup and hot curry will be great for rainy days.

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  20. Love your skies and the white radishes look great. Thanks for the comment today appreciated. Take care Diane

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  21. I like the noodle breakfas. Looks delicious 😃! I also like the radish 😁.

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  22. I like crisp radishes.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  23. The skies have such pretty colors.

    White radish soup sounds good, as does the chili oil.

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  24. Foreboding skies. I haven't eaten yet so your food is making me v-e-r-y hungry. Yum. Yum. Yummy. Neat to get off the computer and go eat something.

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    1. Hope you had a wonderful and satisfying meal.

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  25. beautiful morning after all the rain and flooding

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  26. So beautiful sky photos :)

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  27. Oh wow such healthy radishes. Both the leaf and root parts.

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    1. Some said the leaves are edible but I have not tried. I used them for compost.

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  28. I love Radishes , they have nutritional value for your gut . Beautiful sky shots. Thanks for sharing with Garden Affair.

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    1. Thank you, Arun for hosting. Have a good week.

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