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11.01.2012 | 最想食咩

[Volume 7 Issue 1, #1290]
同個喺外國生活嘅朋友交談之際, 突然傾到最掛住邊一樣馬來西亞美食.. 結果就咁噏就有張水蛇春咁長嘅lis出嚟.. 唔單止係喺外國生活嘅朋友, 就連有時出國旅行多日, 都會好掛住啲嘢.. 如果你唔喺一段時間, 返到嚟最想食嘅係咩呢?? :)
was chatting with a friend who is now staying oversea, we talked about malaysian food.. and just a brief chat we were able to come out with a long list.. actually not only them, for us who sometimes go traveling for quite some time, we will already miss the malaysian food.. given you, which food would you miss most and will eat once you're back home?? :)
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63 comments:

  1. Wow! That plate of chow meen sure looks good!

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  2. Let me see, what would I miss most when I am overseas too long.. Probably teh tarik and the dhall gravy over two mata-kerbau fried eggs. Yum!

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  3. ...and bak kut teh. There is a shop in Kepong that serves the-best-I've-eaten-so-far dry bak kut teh in a claypot. It's really addictive.

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  4. Still on bak kut teh, and if you are in the Jalan Genting Klang area, the shop along the main road (didn't note the shop name) serves pretty good chu kiok shyun besides their bak kut teh.

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  5. Still no one here? hmmm.. Let's continue then..

    I'd also miss the Hokkien mee, the lor mee and the hum yee fried rice. Gosh! Is it lunchtime yet? LOL

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  6. Suddenly I am craving for char koay teow. xD

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  7. Oh yeah, I mustn't miss the crabs in cheesy sauce! This dish I found in Kepong too. This one must go early because the queue is horrendous!

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  8. I'm not abroad, yet i miss my char kuey teow back in my hometown penang!! haha

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  9. Oh great, Lina is here. Hi Lina!
    I was thinking I'd stop at 8 comments but looks like seven would do. Lina can take over to keep you 'entertained'. *grin*

    Have a lovely day ahead, you two.

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  10. Isaac slipped in too. Great!
    Hi Isaac!

    And that makes 8 (comments). Strange how things work out in the end..

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  11. Usually after I come back from overseas holiday, I head straight to Mamak! Rindu the curry lah. LOL

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  12. @HappySurferSK sombong didn't come and visit, so I merajuk dun wan to comment a lot. LOL

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  13. @lina
    haha.. Maybe SK is busy packing his schoolbag for the new semester.. like your son before he started the new school term. See?

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  14. I remember when I was in Europe, the food I miss the most is Hokkien mee.......

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  15. @HappySurferbut he visited yours. I'm jealous! xD

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  16. @lina
    SK, tsk tsk! How can like that one? LOL!

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  17. @HappySurferYeah, SK! How can you be like that? xD

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  18. When I was a student in US, I always missed Penang's Assam laksa the most!

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  19. All other hawker food or Thai cuisine, I could find them in New York's Chinatown but not Laksa. Maybe they found it stinking..!

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  20. When away from home, it forced me to learn cooking and eventually I could host parties to Americans.

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  21. I missed Char Koay Teow and Laksa the most. Now that I am here, I hardly eat them!

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  22. As we age, our tastebuds can change. My father told me that I may start to eat chicken backsides when I become old man! Haiks!

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  23. Of course I will miss my home cook food which is cook by my mum! yumm! Lao Shu Fun with pork meat and some mushroom lol :D

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  24. Last time I got experience NS in Terengganu, then the KT Town got pork to eat! One week once summore lol!

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  25. @Twilight Man If you got food hunt remember to jio me! LOL (in KL Selangor)

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  26. I want char kuey teow!! lol spam here

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  27. Eh, how come the photo shows mee but the caption by char koay teow?

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  28. actually what I really miss most is Restaurant Oversea dishes which is cooked in very very tasty way :D

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  29. @Isaac Tan Isaac remember Kirim from your hometown please :P

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  30. I'm a truly typical malaysian... cannot separate with our local cuisine. Staples like rice is a must for me

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  31. No problem if traveled to places in Asia, as rice is served in those country. But put me in US or Europe, then I'll hunt for Chinatown frequently.

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  32. The food that I'll probably miss the most is nasi lemak.

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  33. Follow by roti canai.... then nyonya kuehs.....

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  34. Talking about kuehs.... it's tea break and my tummy is rumbling @_@

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  35. That plate of fried noodles makes me hungry. Not only overseas friend will miss them, but those who are over here in M'sia are craving for it too. haha

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  36. Wah...after so long did not come here, your blog got a new look ! Very nice soothing colour.

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  37. Hmm.....i think i would choose satay and roti canai with dhal / curry.......

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  38. 我好簡單,最想食就係一碗炸料湯粉.每次返屋企都要食,朝朝都食。

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  39. hmm...a lot...guess most will be fried rice gua

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  40. my good old kolo mee.... >_<
    happy happy looking forward to having it EVERY SINGLE DAY for the 2 whole weeks!

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  41. yes! i agree with you that... after some times away from our country, we are not only homesick but also foodsick!

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  42. i found that thai food is quite good, most of the food are taste good, cause i am spicy fan :)

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  43. Your comment system is very good, you did or from blogspot? i guess u did it.

    am i right?

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  44. 肉骨茶 只有大马才有的 还有就是PENANG LAKSA也是
    SATAY 也是 哈哈哈

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  45. No need to ask Ah Kwai, Bananaz would mizz his curry mee..haha

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  46. haha..I just had Taiping char kueh teow..

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  47. yes malaysian food will oways make me drool wherever i am... i esp love assam/lemak/siam laksa, mamak mee, hokkien mee, horfun etc etc. :D

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  48. Long list. But in general Penang food is my favourite.

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  49. I'll go for our very own Adobo... it tastes so good... and you must try it if you visit Philippines

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  50. Curry laksa mee. I was away from M'sia to Australia for 8 days. I missed curry laska like hell. Reaching home, I quickly cooked myself a packet of curry laksa instant noodles to quench my thirst.

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  51. Hmm have been in Bangkok for a few days now still not craving any food yet :P but i think most probably I'll miss Nasi Lemak? :P

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  52. I think I have not travelled long enough overseas to start missing any Malaysian food!

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  53. But maybe I will miss my pan mee!!

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  54. Oh yes, durians too!! Though I miss them when they are not in season! No need go overseas to miss them!

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  55. I will also probably miss my toast with butter and kaya. Wait! Is that a malaysian food? Yes, I think if with kaya should be Malaysian right? : D

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  56. I may also miss char okay teow though I don't eat a lot for health reasons!

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  57. Oops! Typo - should be char koay teow! Damn! It's my Macbook autocorrecting! Grrrr!

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  58. I will miss cendol and ice kacang too but wait, I think I will miss Snowflake more. Oops! But that's not Malaysian food is it? : D

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  59. Actually honestly speaking, I'm now missing Hong Kong food! All those polo bao, beef noodles, roasted goose rice, egg tarts, milk tea, dim sum!! I wanna go Hong Kong again!

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  60. Oh yes! I forgot! I will definitely miss fried rice!!! MY favorite!!!

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  61. 我要求唔高,食番包一蚊嘅辣死你妈已经好满足囉!呵呵呵~~~

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