Skywatch from my balcony
Favourite Malaysian tea-time snacks— sesame bomb Bottom right — cucur udang (prawn fritter)
Fritters made of battered prawns and chives served with a sweet chili sauce
Mother Nature's gems that go unnoticed
...yummy for the eyes and the stomach!ReplyDelete
I liked how you grouped these together, Veronica!! When you feature food pictures on your blog, it always makes me so hungry! Everything looks delicious there!ReplyDelete
Lovely photos from you corner of the world, Veronica. The food looks very tasty, and the flowers are very beautiful!ReplyDelete
Beautiful gardens from your part Veronica.ReplyDelete
Delicious and beautiful photos, Veronica. Those prawn and chive fritters have my mouth watering, and I just finished breakfast!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Lindas fotos, um forte abraço.
Such beautiful scenery but I'm always instantly hungry when I see that yummy food.ReplyDelete
Our pomegranate tree froze this past winter, so no fruit for us!ReplyDelete
Love your sky photos, flowers And delicious looking foods.
Have a blessed day.
Great photos from your corner of the world. The food looks delicious especially the sesame bomb. Also here, in Italy, the pomegranates are ready to be eaten.ReplyDelete
Pomegranates!! Glad to be reminded of them. Delicious. And vinca...my mom had that in my childhood backyard. So delicate. Your posts and pictures always make me hungry.ReplyDelete
The food looks delicious. The flowers are pretty and I do like pomegranates.ReplyDelete
Your food always looks so good, yummy! And the photos from your balcony are super! Have a great week, ValerieReplyDelete
Beautiful photos, I love your sky images and pretty flowers. The food looks delicious. BTW, thank you for linking up an dsharing your post. Take care, enjoy your day!
What a nice flowers:) thanks for your sharing...ReplyDelete
There're beautiful pomegranates in your environs, Veronica ... If I were you, I would make pomegranate juice 🍸ReplyDelete
Tea served with sesame bomb looks delicious. Great view from your balcony!
Have a nice week ahead of you ☀️
Beautiful clouds in the late summer sky! And pictures of lovely sweets! Happy last day of August!!ReplyDelete
The food! The Skies!! I love this post.ReplyDelete
Thanks for coming by my blog! Nice to meet you!ReplyDelete
Everything looks wonderful! And, the food looks amazing!
You have an amazing view from your balcony. I love it. And the photos of the food - every thing looks so good. I would love to taste those sesame bomb things and there's some others there I would definitely sneak in my purse if I walked by. Tea time snacks - wow. My tea time would be some peanut butter on toaste and some cheese puffs.ReplyDelete
Wonderful photos from the garden, flowers and fruits. Malaysian Tea Time Snacks are so different from here.ReplyDelete
Belas e deliciosas fotografias.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
It is something for making somebody 'homesick' for all the delicious food seen here above. Yes, I've tasted it all while working and living in Indonesia...😉
Fotografias muito belas, tanto da natureza, como da comida.ReplyDelete
Beijinhos e feliz setembro.
Your photos are a treat for my eyes. The food is amazing in its variety of colors and shapes. Love the skies, too.ReplyDelete
Your photos are absolutely gorgeous!! The food looks wonderful and I never saw a pomegranate growing on a tree before, it's all amazing!ReplyDelete
I love to see your random photos from your corner of the world. The pomegranates made me smile. I used to put one in Nel's stocking every year at Christmastime. The battered prawns look amazing. And Jasmine is my favorite flower scent. They smell lovely.ReplyDelete
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The skylines are amzazing!! And the brunch-bufett too ;) Hugs, NicoleReplyDelete
Wow soo nice food and soo nice place!Do you really live in Malaysia??wow!!for me it is like a dream!Must be wonderful :))Sorry I did not come before my blog list is out of order and I cant watch my blog roll..Wish you and dear ones a happy day!ReplyDelete
I love your random mosaics!ReplyDelete
There are very inspiring! And the clouds are fabulous!
Happy WW, Veronica! Have a beautiful week!
How can they go unnoticed with you and your camera about? :D Have a great week.ReplyDelete
Pretty flowers and nice snacks ❤ReplyDelete
What a view you have, and the sky is beautiful! The food is so pretty and yummy, did you make it?ReplyDelete
You have shared some fabulous photographs here.
A wonderful selection, thank you.
Happy September Wishes.
All the best Jan
The food always looks so delicious!ReplyDelete
All these foods look wonderful,Veronica Lee, and surely taste even better than seeing a photo. And, those skywatch views from your balcony are spectacular. How high is your apt from ground level?ReplyDelete
Oh Malaysia looks great and what a wonderful view from your place! OMG the food photos made me so hungry!ReplyDelete
very yummy snack...in my country they are called onde onde wijen....nice post dear ^^ReplyDelete
Prawn fritters! Yummmy.ReplyDelete
Some neat views over where you live, the contrast between the houses and the buildings is oppositive, funny to see them close to each other but oh man that food looks good.ReplyDelete
They views from your balcony are always so beautiful, and the food looks tasty too, it is making me hungry, haha!ReplyDelete
Hope you are having a great weekend :) We went to Australia Zoo yesterday, so much fun :)
Away From The Blue
I would love to try those curry puffs!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos, the food looks delicious.ReplyDelete
Your random photos are wonderful. It is truly lovely to see your part of the world. The food looks incredibly delicious! Wonderful scenery and skies and beautiful flowers. Thank you for sharing them Veronica, and I wish you a very happy Sunday and week.ReplyDelete
very beautiful views from your balcony...ReplyDelete
love sesame bomb... yummy
Hello, dear Veronica!ReplyDelete
The pomegranates look nice, not cracked. Does that mean you've had enough rain? (At least that's how I learned it in Namibia ...) Your food photos take me up to the bone, it all looks so delicious! But the Skywatch from your balcony is also breathtakingly beautiful!
Happy Sunday and a good new week!
Nice pictures. Wonderful to see that city and what a lovely food.
And your pictures of the flowers are very nice too.
Amazing photos - and some mouthwatering food!ReplyDelete
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beautiful variety of photos today - I'd love to have a yellow vincaReplyDelete
Wish I could visit you to taste some of your delicious looking treats! Great to visit your blog (the is Jesh from the jesh studio -now a new earl and new username: Emille)ReplyDelete
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Those curry puffs look great- it's quite hard to get a good curry puffs hereReplyDelete
What fab photos what a selection and I want some of those sesame bombs heheh! the food looks delicious :-)ReplyDelete
Have bloomingtastic week 👍
I think I may have seen these before, and commented, but here I an enjoying them all over again. You have so many lovely photos.ReplyDelete
The flowers are gorgeous, and those prawn fritters look quite yummy.
The flowers are lovely of course but the food looks absolutely wonderful. Do those sesame bombs have a red bean paste in the center? I used to be able to get those at our favorite sushi restaurant, which unfortunately did not make it through the Covid closure. (so sad, really, for more important reasons than my craving.) I never knew what they were called.ReplyDelete
You have a great view of the sky! It can be hard to find here in my world because of the trees.ReplyDelete
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It sure looks like beautiful weather and amazing food!ReplyDelete
Beautiful nature shots, but I got stuck on the food. Yummy. I took some. I'm sure you don't mind.ReplyDelete
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Those mooncakes are really, really pretty and the other foods look great too. Lovely photos!ReplyDelete
I've never seen a pomegranate tree before... very cool. I have seen prawns and don't think I want to eat them but I'll take about a gallon of that sweet chili sauce. Are the sesame bombs stuffed with anything?ReplyDelete
Wonderful as alwaysReplyDelete
It's always a pleasure meeting other blogsits at THE CORNER OF THE WORLD. I enjoyed reading here, Veronica, thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Have a good week.