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My Humble Dinner On Dumpling Day

On medical leave today because I spent the earlier part of my sleep coughing and coughing... something sharp seems to be poking at my throat so much so that the tears came if I retrained from coughing. My sleep was really disturbed and I told myself that I really need to go and pay a visit to the doctor the very next day...

I went to the Government clinic in Kampong Simee during lunch time and I was expecting a big crowd since it is Monday... but to my astonishment, there were just a few patients....
Just a mere seven before me....and everything was done up so fast... 
By 2.20pm, I was out from the clinic already.. only a half hour wait...
and I went home with a bottle of cough mixture...
I have yet to take a sip... yet to.... 
As for my humble dinner, it is just some dry noodles made in Sitiawan....
Add in some meat and greens to make the soup tasty a bit.... 
Since it is Dumpling Day, the meal must be complete with one....
My sister gave me one of these.... 
I called it "Hoong Tau Kan Sui Choong"  (Red Bean Dumpling)
It would taste great if only there is some gula melaka syrup...
But for tonight, a bit of sprinkled brown sugar is satisfactory enough...
 Yummmss!
Enjoy your Dumplings, folks!

Comments

  1. :O why our kan sui choong doesn't have red bean paste here in Penang? :(

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    1. Then perhaps you can start doing that, Ken but I thought I seen them somewhere in Penang?

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  2. We had popiah, lunch and dinner...and chang all day long. Yum! Yummmmm!!!!

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    1. hahahaa... that is a once a year affair, so it is alright to eat aplenty!

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  3. Noodles & chang, nice & satisfying dinner. I had chang for lunch & fried mihun for dinner.

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  4. Hello Claire,

    Get well soon! Haha, I did not even know that it is dumpling day until I read your post. The red bean dumpling looks tasty. I can eat it just like that without any sugar or kaya.

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    1. It would taste better if there is kaya or gula melaka... oh dear, I really must watch my sugar intake..

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  5. hope you are getting well.. and sick also can eat so yummy stuffs!! those are not humble food only, i like the combination!! Happy Duanwu Festival Claire~~ :)

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    1. Thank you SK! Sick or not, I have good appetite as usual... :)

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  6. if you still coughing, come and get from me the counteract cough drops.

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    1. Today I am better, Wenn and I didn't touch the cough mixture too..

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  7. Claire, I am so glad you went to the doctor! Now hoping the medicine will start to heal you.

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    1. I try not to take medication, gurgling with salt helps a lot...

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  8. Speedy recovery.... Our polyclinic (Government clinic) here is always very crowded...

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    1. Over here also same.. but surprisingly it was not yesterday...

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  9. I was sick too yesterday and waited longer than you at a private and my doctor clinic. And not cheap either ... ! But somehow she had the midas touch on me.

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    1. So it is worth the wait even though it is more costly? hehehe.. Mine is free...

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  10. Hard to find dumpling here in the UK, even if I do, the Malaysian-style cannot be found. Anyway, take care and rest more!

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