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Great Combination At Fai Kee In Perak Stadium

Nice sunny days in IPOH these days... in other words, the weather is "super hot" that one could get "sun stroke" if not careful... Must put on more sunblock on the face and hands before going out, you  know.  Anyway, compared to rainy days, I welcome the sun anytime.....
Just look at blue sky with glimpses of  white clouds...
Ipoh is still good, can see the greens here and there... 
and after capturing all these pictures, we reached our destination...
Perak Stadium Food Court at Fai Kee Stall...
For hot sunny days, porridge is a good choice, right?
Fish porridge with one added century egg.. RM8.00
What an unique combination!
 
And a bowl of sourish preserved vegetable soup with two pieces of meat patties..
This is best taken with the rice noodles...  RM5
Very appetizing indeed if you ask me....
For such a meal during a hot sunny day, 
be prepared to be "sauna-nized" by the sun!
LOL...

Comments

  1. wah the fish porridge with century egg is kind of expensive woh.. i would want to try that noodles instead actually, soupy soupy like that better for hot weather right?? haha, and the two pieces of meat also looks attractive to me~~

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  2. Had mui choy porridge few days ago.yummiest !

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  3. I'm planning a trip to Ipoh soon although I'm not a fan of porridge, I'm willing to try! :D

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  4. While over here, we have been getting snow. I think I prefer the snow to the really hot. I love your picture of the palm trees today.

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  5. Wah!!! So expensive? Even here in KL is cheaper than that, at most is RM5 or 6 with century eggs or salted eggs for big portion.

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  6. sk: men normally dont like porridge esp younger men.. hahaha..


    WK: i also like!! white porridge with ham dan also nice already!


    HB: you must come with an empty stomach! hahaha...

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  7. ginny: i like cold weather but not the freezing cold type! hahaha..


    cleff: maybe fish expensive.. yeah, pretty pricey for side stalls..

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  8. Ipoh is forever hot! And you guys had porridge somemore. ..*faint*

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  9. Porridge is nice for a hot sunny day. Both looks so good. Yummy!!...

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  10. I like eating porridge too but not on hot days.. Usually eat during cold and rainy days to balance the temperature. hehe

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  11. end some over...someone had to eat porridge

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  12. Down with terrible cough - wish I could have porridge now...lots of it!!! Trouble with me, when sick - I can;t stop eating.

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  13. chris: hahaha... faint!


    irene: yeah lo..this chris wanted to faint some more..


    sweetwitch: i thought hot days take porridge so that it wont be so heaty.. hahaha...

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  14. kathy: no wonder he took mui choy after reading this.. :p


    stp: coughing? then eat more cooling things! try honey manuka...

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  15. they all seems creamy,
    just like how soup should be

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