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Wednesday, 5 January 2022

Pork Noodle, Shredded Chicken Noodle & Blessing From Garden.

No morning walk and no sunrise to share because it was raining in the early morning. So we drove out to our regular coffee shop for breakfast.

Unsweetened milo (milo-O) for me and Chinese tea for hubby.
Pork noodle (yee mee) for hubby.
Shredded chicken noodle (kai si hor fun) for me.
The seller added chicken liver because he thought the noodle was for hubby. I don't like liver, so I passed all the lives pieces to hubby.
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Back home in my garden.
I harvested 2 purple brinjals and 1 fig.
I harvest 4 custard apples but threw one away because it was over ripe and had gone mushy.
I also harvested these green brinjals.
I will be sowing some seeds since I have cleared away most of the old plants.
These are the rewards that make my gardening worthwhile.
Sunset at 7:25pm.


 Hallelujah!
O servants of Jehovah, praise his name.
Blessed is his name forever and forever.
Praise him from sunrise to sunset!
For he is high above the nations;
his glory is far greater than the heavens.
(Psalm 113:1-4, The Living Bible-TLB)

56 comments:

  1. That is a good harvest from your garden. Cute brinjals.

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  2. You have such interesting food, be it in restaurants or in your garden!

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    1. What I have shown here is just a small part of the interesting and delicious food varieties we have here.

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  3. That's a great harvest, Nancy. What to do with custard apples? Enjoy them raw?

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    1. When the custard apples soften, I will eat them raw just like any normal fruits. I also ate the fig raw.

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  4. Wowwww!!! So many brinjals! My blogpost on what we have in my garden coming up in a few days' time...but mostly, my missus and my girl's efforts.

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    1. Thank you, STP. Looking forward to your post.

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  5. Great harvest from your garden and a beautiful sunset.

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  6. You grow so many lovely things in your garden.

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  7. Lots of Loley food, and you got a great harvest. I've never seen custard apples before. Have a great day, stay safe, Valerie

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  8. ...the custard apples are new for me.

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    1. When ripe, the white flesh is soft and sweet. They have lots of black seeds.

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  9. Unsweetened Milo? Don't think I've ever heard of it. But yea!

    Great garden harvest!

    Elza Reads

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    1. Thank you, Elza. Unsweetened milo or Milo-O is just pure milo without any milk or sugar added.

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  10. Fabulous food. I'm always hungry when I come here.

    You have such an amazing green thumb. Bravo.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  11. Different terminology. Those brinjals we call eggplants here in USA and those custard apples look like cauliflowers. LOL.

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  12. I love chicken but not chicken liver.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. At one time, I used to like chicken liver but no more.

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  13. Wonderful harvest- you have a green thumb for sure!

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  14. The noodles looks yum! We have custard apple tree in the Philippines, my father planted it 😀.Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Hi Nancy :=) I would have chosen the shredded chicken, but I also don't like the taste of liver of any kind of animal. I love that you grow your own vegetables are are so successful at it, but many things like Custard Apples are new to me.

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  16. Great minds! I prepared numerous batches of Italian ministrone yesterday. :-)

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  17. I have never seen anything like this purple fruit, it looks like brains! The noodle dishes look so delicious!!

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    1. The purple fruit is a custard apple. When ripe, the flesh inside is white, soft and sweet with black seeds.

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  18. What joy it gives us to reap the fruit of what we have planted!

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  19. The sunset is lovely and it's nice you were able to go out and enjoy breakfast together :) Awesome harvest from your garden too!

    Hope that the first week of 2022 is going well for you :)

    Away From The Blue

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  20. I like Chicken noodle soup. It so comforting.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  21. Your produce looks bountiful and delicious!

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  22. Love your home grown vegetables and fruits. Oh, so you don't like chicken liver but you do like pork liver, right?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. When I was very much younger, I love both the chicken and pork liver but as I grow older, I no longer like them.

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  23. I used to make a chicken liver omelette and it was wonderful. i should do it again.

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    1. Hubby would love the chicken liver omelette.

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