Kebun Sayur

kadazanman doesn't have to worry about not getting the type of vegetables that he would normally eat back home. some of them are grown in our "kebun sayur komuniti". although, most of them can be purchased in queens but its actually nice to see them grown out in your garden.

Terung - made some delicious vegetable curry with some of it, although i think i overcooked it a little bit. i know we call it brinjal back home but in the US it is commonly known as eggplant.

Serai - didn't get the chance to use it in any of my dish this year. i hope to use some of it next year. i wonder if it can survive the cold weather though.

Bendi - i did cook this one but only in a quick stir fry. i need to make some sambal belacan and eat it like we normally do back home. although, i don't think they are going to bear any more fruit for the season. check out the flower. i wonder if we can eat them.

ok, here's something that we don't grow back home, raspberry.

and not forgetting, pumpkin. when you see people at the vegetable stand start selling them, for me it's a sign that halloween and cold weather is on its way.

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