Monday 17 October 2022

Seaweed Pork Noodle Soup, Fig Plants & Murals

This was the first Monday of this month.

Morning sky at 7:10am.
On the reverse side (facing Kledang Hill) at 7:10am.
Unsweetened coffee & curry noodle (dry version) with prawn, bbq pork and roast pork for hubby. I didn't take photo of my breakfast. I ordered toast with butter and kaya and a cup of unsweetened coffee.
Figs from my garden.
Waiting for the figs to ripen (wrapped in plastic bags).
I plucked one which has ripen. Sorry for the blur photo.
Not fully ripen yet but edible.
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It has been a long time since we last ate at the hawker centre in First Garden.
Hubby ordered pork porridge. I ordered seaweed and pork noodle soup (koay teow). I don't cook seaweed at home because I am the only one eating. I enjoyed this bowl of noodle very much. Will surely make a return visit for this noodle.
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The following murals are from Batu Gajah town.
#1
This is facing a big parking space.
#2
#3
I have shared this before in a previous post.
#4
#5
This has been shared before in a previous post.

Linking to Monday Mural.

For if we are faithful to the end,
trusting God just as firmly as when we first believed,
we will share in all that belongs to Christ.
(Hebrews 3:14, New Living Translation-NLT)

46 comments:

  1. The first building is really pretty, it looks like some kind of church? This is the first time I have ever seen the inside of a fig.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. It is the side of a corner shop lot.

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  2. BEAUTIFUL SKIES; FOOD AND MURALS: hAVE A GOOD; NEW WEEK: hUGS; VALERIE

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  3. Your seaweed kway teow looks good, similar to the fish soup kway teow that l enjoy a lot here. Hubby's breakfast looks good too. My! You até so little for breakfast.

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    1. It all depends on my appetite. Sometimes I have big appetite for breakfast.

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  4. Oops!! Commented as Anonymous!

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    1. So sorry that blogger is giving problem again.

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  5. Ohhh, you have figs!
    Our today´s host sent me home on a train with some of hers in 2019!
    LOL, they were so juicy I hoped they do not go on the seat!
    Great murals, too!
    I somehow cannot reach Sami´s murals today...

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  6. I see lots of figs :-)) The curry noodles with prawns looks very tasty.

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  7. Hello Nancy, Although I have never eaten this kind of food, it always looks delicious and healthy, and I just love figs. We have a very large fig tree on the farm that needs pruning because all the best figs are at the top. Sometimes my fridge is filled with this tasty fruit. I like the murals which I have not seen before.
    All the best.

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    1. You are so blessed with a big tree full of figs. Take care and stay safe.

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  8. Beautiful skies and murals and the food looks fab. Keep well, Diane

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  9. That first mural is beautiful, makes the building really pretty. I have a fig tree, but our figs mature in January. The leaves are just starting to grow. Thanks for participating in Monday Murals Nancy.

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  10. I have the same problem at my house. I love eating lamb, shrimp, squid and the rest but the rest of my family hates the food. Oh well, it's their loss.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. One man's food is another man's poison. As long as we get to enjoy what we like to eat.

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  11. Thanks for the sharing the fig plant, you just gave me an idea for my garden

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    1. You are welcome, Alice. Sorry, I couldn't access your blog. You can send me the link to your blog for me to visit and comment?

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  12. Why do you wrap the figs? Is it so the birds don't eat them?

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  13. Stunning murals and really nice looking fig tree, Nancy. I am quite impressed with the first mural, especially.

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  14. Quite a contrast in those sky views.

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  15. Beautiful sky shots and wonderful food. Hubbies meal looks most amazing.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  16. Thank you Nancy. I love to eat seaweed so I would love to eat the Seaweed Pork Noodle Soup. I think Fig Plants are am very useful to plant for the figs. The Murals are very colourful and pretty. Do you know who painted the mural?

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    1. Sorry Mun, I have no idea who painted the murals.

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  17. Love to see these fig fruits. The murals are beautiful too.

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  18. The murals are excellent and i do want to try some of these foods one day.

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  19. I have never eaten fresh figs before, only the dried ones which I think is delicious.

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    1. I find the dried ones much sweeter than fresh ones.

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  20. Ricos higos, te mando un beso. https://enamoradadelasletras.blogspot.com/

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  21. Muy buenos los higos, seguro que están sabrosos. Un beso.

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  22. Wahh.. Nancy, very rajin to reply comments.. wish I could follow the same!

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