Thursday, 24 February 2022

Pickled Vegetable Pork Belly Noodle & Curry Noodle

On this particular morning, we were out early for morning walk.

I had to stop both hubby and myself to take this snapshot. Just the two of us but we had 6 shadows.
For breakfast, I ordered a polo bun sandwiched with a piece of ham and egg.
Figs from my garden.
I have to wrap the figs so that I get a chance to enjoy my own figs. I use recycled plastic bags for wrapping the figs to prevent the birds from eating my figs.
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We went out with our friend for lunch. She recommended a place which we haven't been to. The place is Restoran Yat Yat Seng Fei Lo Wu at No.15, Jalan Center Point 2, Center Point, Ipoh.
Hubby ordered their signature curry noodle with prawns, roast pork and shredded chicken. This bowl of curry mee costs RM8.
Both my friend and I ordered this Pickle Veg Pork Belly noodle. She chose flat rice noodle while I chose rice vermicelli. The bowl of noodle came with pork belly slices, pickled veg (hum choy) tomato, lettuce and chilies. Love the sourish broth, very appetizing. This noodle costs RM8:50.
I harvested the above vegetables from my garden for dinner.
Steamed the home grown vegetables and drizzled with garlic oil and oyster and soy sauce.
Finally, we get to finish all the ngoh hiang or lobak from our fridge.
We had plain rice porridge for dinner which I didn't snap photo.

Finishing is better than starting!
Patience is better than pride!
Don't be quick-tempered - that is being a fool.
(Ecclesiastes 7:8-9, The Living Bible-TLB)

44 comments:

  1. Tu higos son muy lindos. Ricos fideos. Te mando un beso.

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  2. How on earth did you get double shadows?

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    1. We happened to be in a position with the different street lights shining down on us.

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  3. Very cool first pic! And hmmmm, your brekkie looks yummy.
    Ohhhh, figs! Had my last ones from Sami´s garden in Perth. Here they are hard and tasteless.
    Now I´m hungry and it´s not even 08:00 am!

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  4. The Pickle Veg Pork Belly noodle should be similar to our chao chai (preserved vegetables) hung ngang (big bihun) here.

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  5. Wonderful food and I LOVE your shadows, fantastic photo! Hugs, Valerie

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  6. I miss my morning walk. Haven't done much since kids back to school. Should be able to do more when school holiday is here next week.

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    1. We are trying to get back to regular walking.

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  7. ...once again the prawns would be my choice. Enjoy your day, Nancy.

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  8. Felicidades, por esa original y creativa imagen de sombras.
    Tus comidas de hoy son todas muy apetitosas y sobre todo me gustaría probar algún día, esos fideo con curry que deben de estar exquisitos, aunque aquí no es costumbre mezclar carnes, con productos de la mar como se ven ahí, cerdo y pollo con gambas.
    Gracias, Nancy, por tu buen hacer y por compartir con nosotros, tu día a día.
    Abrazos, desde Sevilla.

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  9. I miss ngoh hiang! The shadow shot looks nice.

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  10. It's an unusual shadow shot of you both, and you've come up with a great plan to save the figs.

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  11. I love the first photo with 6 shadows. It is so cool and classic. I studied photography in United States as one subject, so I have good liking for avant garde photos like this.

    I am amazed again that you could grow your own figs!! I wish I am your neighbour.

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    1. My neighbour gets to enjoy my garden produce but not the figs because the figs do not ripen all at the same time. Sometimes the birds get to it before I even know it was due for harvest. The birds are sometimes too fast for me.

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  12. Love your shadow shot today and all the food looks delicious!

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  13. Yummy on all the food. Delicious. Food is what makes the world go around.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  14. This pickled Vegetable Pork Belly Noodle sounds so very appetising. The Curry Noodle has so much ingredients so it is very good value for money. Usually when you boil plain porridge, do you boil just enough for the two of you for one meal?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. I usually boil just enough for 2 of us, no extra.

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  15. We have a fig tree and have never gotten to eat the figs, i will have to try your solution with recycled bags.

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    1. After using the recycled bags, at least I get to enjoy some of the figs if I check on the figs frequently.

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  16. Interesante foto de las sombras. Tu comida se ve muy bien, y tienes muy buena cosecha. Besos.

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  17. Ooh if that noodle has got sourish broth, would get my vote already.

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