Snacks for Chinese New Year

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One of the most important thing about Chinese New Year is the food, of course it has to come after your family, friends and companions. Chinese New Year is a chance where people enjoy huge feasts, socialize and pig out! I tend to forget about my weight watch or work out during the period and I'll carry with me the flabby meat until Chap Goh Meh. Chinese New Year is also known for its … [Read more...]

Muachi and Sweet Potato Balls @ Petaling Street

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Petaling Street has always been our favourite place to hang out if we feel semangat to wake up early in the weekend. It feels good nibbing on snacks bought from the stalls here while we were walking around.Assorted fruity flavours are available other than the plain version. I still prefer the plain glutinious rice to be covered in sugar and pounded ground nuts. It's not the best Muachi that I've … [Read more...]

Pineapple Balls for Chinese New Year

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Pineapple cookies is an essential part of Chinese New Year. Pineapple is also known as Ong Lai to the hokkiens. Who can resist it when Ong (prosperity) Lai (come)?However, pineapple balls is quite tedious to be made. First, you need to get ripe pineapples, cut, deeyed and blend it to pulp. Not to mention the continuos stirring of the blended pineapple until it forms into jam. It took me 1 hours … [Read more...]

Nigella’s Chocolate Caramel Crispy Cake

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The other day when I was holding the remote control switching from one channels to another, Nigella's Feast on Channel 11 caught my eyes. It's all about chocolate, from the delicious and simple old-fashioned chocolate cake with a thick chocolaty frosting, to chocolate cheesecake and chocolate caramel crispy cakes. The crispy cakes seems fuss free and I have some Mars bars sitting in the fridge, so … [Read more...]

Nigella’s Chocolate Caramel Crispy Cake

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The other day when I was holding the remote control switching from one channels to another, Nigella's Feast on Channel 11 caught my eyes. It's all about chocolate, from the delicious and simple old-fashioned chocolate cake with a thick chocolaty frosting, to chocolate cheesecake and chocolate caramel crispy cakes. The crispy cakes seems fuss free and I have some Mars bars sitting in the fridge, so … [Read more...]

Kedai Makanan Starlight @ Seri Kembangan

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We were here finally, after reading tekko's review on this place. We reckon that Starlight must be quite famous among SK folks by judging on the crowds during a normal weekday. The dishes were named after Jin Yong's ?? martial art novels, for example their famous salt baked fish is called ?????. I forgot all the other names because I'm not really a fans of Jin Yong's writting.It's located at a … [Read more...]

Isthmus @ NorthPoint Mid Valley City

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After hearing so much of ravings about this place, we had finally step our foot into Isthmus KL. It was being featured in The Star just recently and boolicious has been there too. Isthmus Kl is actually inspired by Isthmus of Kra, one of the most sought-after venues in Melbourne. It was brought in by Penang-born Chef Beh Kim Un. Think again if you bear the perception that it will burn a hole … [Read more...]

Grandma’s 80th Birthday Bash @ Pusing Public (Mun Chong) Seafood Restaurant

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After 1 week in the hospital being nursed back to health, my mother was finally discharged from the hospital. She is recovering fast, feeding on tonic soups such as walnut soup, red date soup, chicken ginseng soup, etc. Maybe I shall feature some of these in my coming posts, the soups are doing wonders for her recovery, of course the doctors and nurses are doing a great job too. Thanks everyone … [Read more...]

Grandma’s 80th Birthday Bash @ Pusing Public (Mun Chong) Seafood Restaurant

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After 1 week in the hospital being nursed back to health, my mother was finally discharged from the hospital. She is recovering fast, feeding on tonic soups such as walnut soup, red date soup, chicken ginseng soup, etc. Maybe I shall feature some of these in my coming posts, the soups are doing wonders for her recovery, of course the doctors and nurses are doing a great job too. Thanks everyone … [Read more...]

Is Malaysia a safe place to live in?

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Sorry for the lack in blogging, my mum was hospitalized because she was badly injured from a snatch theft case. This Wednesday morning, she cycled to our neighborhood field for her yoga class as part of her daily routine. It was 6.40 am and the sky is still dark.An Indian guy tailed her and attacked her from behind using a wooden bat. She lost balance and fell down to the bushes behind my house. … [Read more...]

New Paris and KTZ @ SS2

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It's a meet the parents day. Rome said that he wants to introduce us to his dad who flew all the way from Korea. Rome's dad was a big guy in the military, will a military dad resulted in a relatively strict dining environment? The girls were fairly nervous about this. We all meet up at New Paris SS2 for some Chinese food because we remembered that our Korean friends love Chinese food.Marmite Pork … [Read more...]

Vincenzo Ristorante Italiano@ One Bangsar

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To avoid the mall crowds during Christmas Day, we had our dinner at this quaint and quiet little place, Vincenzo. The entrance to the restaurant is a stones paved walkway surrounded by lush greenery of the garden. Lovely!The nine restaurants housed within the beautiful area served dishes from all around the world. Why not make a little gourmet tour around the world HERE, someday I perhaps.Vincenzo … [Read more...]

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