13.12.2013 | 雜錦美食

[Volume 8 Issue 12, #1837]
我曾經講過啦, 我影咗啲美食相片通常都會收埋喺部相機或文件夾內, 知道有日真係冇嘢寫嘅時候, 就可以派上用場, 哈哈!! 所以今日隨意揀咗下面四張相片, 開始看圖寫故事, 啊, 真係講故事而唔係談論食物哦.. 希望大家會喜歡, 祝大家有個開心愉快嘅週末~~ :)
as i have said before, the food photos that i have taken are usually left inside my camera or folder, until one day when i have nothing to blog about, they come in handy, haha!! so here i have randomly picked four photos and started to write some stories about the food, errr, it's story telling and not really foodie post wokay?? hope you enjoy it and have a great weekend ahead~~ :)
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68 comments:

  1. Good morning SK and everyone... It's Friday the 13th, hehe...

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    1. Haha... Same, same, i also hardly go to the kitchen unless i have something in mind to cook, most of my meals are settle outside... lol...

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    2. Have a great day and weekend ahead...

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    3. Good morning bloggers! Greetings from Chengdu. Nin Hou?
      It is so cold and I am bloody hungry now, missing our home food. SK is cruel to show me this Bihun dei. Letchumy loves to eat extremely dry fried Bihun which I could choke to death.

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  2. Morning!!! Morning!!! Everyone and SK!!! Is Friday!!! Have a great weekend ya!!! =]

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    1. #1 pic, I like Zanmai too, but I lazy to queue...don't know why every time I was there wanted to eat, there's always long queue!!! =[

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    2. I like to eat beehoon too, especially my mom cook beehoon, must have two big bowl every time, hahaha!!! =]

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    3. Barcelona...my dream place to visit, because of Sagrada Família by my favorite architect Antoni Gaudí...(ops, out of topic!!! xp)

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    4. #4 pic, from the pic, looks like you very good in that!!! Shame to say those food I cook always not good in presentation!!! =[

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    5. 小影, mine also not good in presentation, keke....

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    6. I know, especially your fried food, right?

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    7. Btw, anyone here went and see 100 Doraemons today??? Hehe!!!

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  3. Sure boh you have nothing to write? You got LOADS to write I think, about your trip and all, no? Apasal today you said you got nothing to write? Eh today is Friday wor, if nothing to write, then just post some simple mind games or puzzles lo, you always do that right? Apasal today didnt do pulak?

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    1. Pic 1: Yes, sometimes if jelak liao spaghetti cooked in cream sauce or tomato bolognaise sauce, can try soupy style.. If all things fail that day or having a bad hair day, just whip up miso paste, mixed with hot water, boil spaghetti, throw in some vegetables or balls or crack an egg, and you have soupy spaghetti style, keke..

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    2. Pic 2: Simple fried bihun, I think you can whip up yourself also.. Fry with garlic or shallots, add your taugeh or cabbage, then meat or yue peng or yue dann or whatever, then throw in your favourite bihun, add soy sauce, pepper, if wana cheat, can mix some Tumix chicken granules for taste, stir stir stir, kautim lor.. That's the simplest thing I know.. My sister teach one.. Nothing else but soy sauce and pepper (and water)..

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    3. Pic 3: At first glance, I thought Jogoya timm.. Then when I read, ehhh, malu, lucky didnt terus type here, Barcelona wor.. Kelassss.. Never been there before, so I don't really know what is Pintxos, but from the picture, it certainly looks yummy.. I saw some mini burgers kinda thing, some fried stuffs, sausages..I think I can go many rounds if you bring me to this place.. can get fiat very fast.. Haha

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    4. Pic 4: This pic looks familiar.. You cooked this when you were abroad right? In fact, you only cooked this fried rice (and 1 more, I forgot), right? Haha..The dish is really presentable, and I guess the taste is good too, becoz I know you can't go wrong with fried rice.. The portion enuff meh for you and your frens? I can wallop the 3 portions of fried rice if you serve this to me.. kekeke...

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    5. Wah! Ini LouizYee sure is demanding. Cannot let SK have nothing to write and tell him what to write also ke? Kesian la SK... He wants to rest also.

      Write posts also need to perah the brain worr... It's not like SK so free and sit in front of computer writing blog post 24/7. Hehehe

      *SK,

      OK tak I bodek you?

      LOL *

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    6. Haha Lina so the sayang SK wor..What you get from bodek-ing SK? got free goodies ahh? If got I also wana bodek..Maybe 10x even more..kekeke

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    7. Agree with lina, sometime when I want to burn the midnight oil to finish all my posts but my brain just simply blank…can't think at all!!! =[

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    8. No point bodek for free gifts one... Because how long can you sustain the interest to bodek to get presents? Some more, not easy also to get!

      I bodek SK because I like him. Like all of us do and better bodek so he'll be more inspired to blog mah! Must give motivation for people. Right? ;-)

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    9. Agree! I also think I like sk leh.. he's smart and brainy looking (I'm not saying he's a nerd la)...hehe.

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    10. Agree! I also think I like sk leh.. he's smart and brainy looking (I'm not saying he's a nerd la)...hehe.

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  4. I always cooked spaghetti the traditional way. I must try to fry it some day. And also try the soup type. They must be heavenly!

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    1. I love fried bihun and vermicelli too. In fact kueh teow too. Love buffet style too. Lots of variety can really tempt me to eat more.

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    2. wow, your fried rice looks yummy! Indeed very well presented. I usually fry rice when I don't much time to prepare food.

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    3. I've never thought of cooking spaghetti using "out-of-the-box" idea but I tried to stir-fry pasta with spicy tuna once.... and frankly, it was nice :D

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    4. great idea, Yvonne! I may try to stir-fry it with tuna one day.

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  5. 我也是喜欢Pasta Zanmai的日式意大利面&Pizza,其他的就还没有机会试 :)

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  6. that pasta is very uniquely prepared. I too love to fry pasta compared to the yellow noodles. Fried spaghetti is awesome! :D

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  7. Good afternoon! I love all the foodie pictures above, so appetizing and tempting! .... maybe it's almost lunch time XD

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    1. And I'm going to the cafeteria for the unappealing food again, everyday.

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    2. Ah hua,
      foodie photos means photos of people who love food. Itu pun terliur nah? Kekeke

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  8. I like your homecooked fried rice the most! I'm a rice barrel, not really into noodles but beehoon is exceptional.



    Ah Hua has same taste buds like Ah Boy, kekeke~

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    1. Are you sure you fried the rice? The presentation is like restaurant standard. Was the meal taken outside and then claimed as your cooking? :p

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    2. Ok la, I believe Ah Boy because I remember he can easily transform a cup noodle into 5-star-restaurant-noodle-soup-with-ham-and-vege. He's such a genius!

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  9. Good morning AH Boy and all.

    LOL...you also have "back up " folder ah.. Me too...sampai fatt moe jor lor. Too many then feeling lazier to write

    Spaghetti in Wafu Soup and vegetables

    - is it some where in Kelana Jaya. I remembered a few years ago there was one shop selling something like this in kelana jaya there.

    Interesting way of cooking la. But after tasting it, i find that the noodle not "yup mei".The noodle taste bland but the soup got taste of saltiness la. . Kinda something missing like that

    Fried Bihun

    wei the above one got so BIG prawns wor...no longer simple leh. Yea sometimes i like those economy fried bihun. That one eat with cili jeruk or sambal belacan super nice leh

    pintxos

    Never heard of this till i read it in your blog. Hmm...nice way of presenting the food. at least looks clean and not messy.

    Cooking

    wah lau eh....Ah Boy can cook. I recall about 4-5 years ago you posted a photo of yourself cooking in the kitchen...something green. Forgotten jor what was that. That time i was not familiar here yet so i thought...wah another daddy cooking blog ka :p





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    1. Fried bihun sold at Pasar Malam, those Malay ones cooked in big kuali also will give you one big prawn Meow. kekeke

      Yesterday I went to Pasar Malam, bought two packets of bihun for me and son, and surprise surprise! Got 3 big prawns inside! The fella so generous! :P

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  10. That spaghetti photo... reminds me of Pasta Zanmai lah... or any of the sister chains that serve fusion Japanese spaghetti style dishes. :P

    Must go makan there again one day. Lama already tarak pigi...

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    1. Ooops baru perasan, yeah you went to Pasta Zanmai.

      See. Terbongkar already that I no read posts properly! Sowi! Hehehe

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  11. Last time got Kah Soh here at Mid Valley. Long time close shop dy. Replaced by a cafe. Tarak last long also.

    Now become slimming centre better business la that shop. LOL

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  12. 看起来好好吃,不知道味道如何...

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  13. WAHHHHHHH!!!! YOUR FRIED RICE!!! AWESOME!!!! Respect!

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  14. I like the malay style fried mee siam. Yum!

    Are you and the monkeys (:p) back already?

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  15. 最爱就是那个炒米粉 看到都觉得美味

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  16. Soupy spaghetti? That doesn't sound nor look right. :p

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  17. I love fried mee hoon as well. But it is best served with some sauce. Not just plain old dry ones. :p

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  18. Those pintxos look like satay celup that we have here in Malacca. :D

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  19. My favourite food is fried rice...
    Presentation is good but taste ok or not?

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    1. Sure must be good lar. I see also feel like eating lor.

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  20. Good afternoon SK!
    Din't surf the net yesterday so it's time to catch up with you all now, hehe.
    So how's your Japan trip? Was expecting to see your Japan travelogue la but end up, it's a food post! But it's fine, I love to read food post as well, hehe!

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    1. Actually I have some food pictures in my phone too, but have not think of how to come out with the title, or how to start writing about them, scared will bore my readers, LOL!
      May be I'll just wait til there are more food pictures then only I blog about them one shot!

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  21. The first one, spaghetti soup, very interesting! I hardly see people cook spaghetti with soup one, the wet style (or may be it was me who is jakun la :P), so this one really attracts my attention! And with those little touch up and editing that you made, that bowl of spaghetti soup looks really appetizing.

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    1. Bee hoon, my favorite noddles! It's less oily so it's healthier! I prefer dry style than soup ones, so Singapore fried beehoon, teow chew fried beehoon and etc are those I'll order, anything 'fried' la! And don't you agree prawn go so well with beehoon? ;)

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    2. Oh, you've been to Barcelona too? I was there in 2008, a year earlier than you, hehe! But I don't really enjoy that trip very much, I mean the scenery (especially that magnificent Sagrada Familia) is nice and beautiful but the food.... hmm, not to my liking, and not many shopping as well, hoho!

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    3. And OMG the last photo, you cooked those fried rice yourself? Very interesting, looks very professional lo! Some more scoop those rice in a bowl first, haha xD
      Ya la, if one seldom get into the kitchen doesn't mean he cannot cook at all. Some people just being lazy, or shall I say, they prefer to eat someone else's cooking rather than cook it themselves, hehe!

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    4. Lastly, wishing you a happy and fun weekend!!

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  22. Long ago everyone knew that we could not access the blogspot from China no matter how we tried. Now it has changed and I could just log into via mobile phones and iPad easily. When I could not reads blogs recently in shanghai and xian, I felt something missing in my life. I am not sure whether this connection is only valid in Chengdu??

    I have tried the Sichuan spicy hot pot and it caused me nose block last night during my sleep with added mild gum aches. That was a fiery flaming meal that heated up my torso.

    I love to eat fusion meals like what you have posted. Times have changed and chefs are trying hard to create new exotic dishes to catch our fancy. You are the second person who says that missed the food in Barcelona. That guy told me the food in Spain was the best in Europe! I was amazed.

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  23. Food entry...luckily I came in just right after my lunch. hehehe...

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    1. #1 Photo:
      I think I know this place, Pasta Zanmai. I love to had their noodles and rice platter with Fusion style. Alot of people queueing up when I was at Sunway's outlet. That was my first visit. After that, I've been there again. All together only twice. :P

      Spaghetti is more healthier than yellow noodles. Even myself seldom take unless for noodles like Hokkien Mee, Mee Mamak and Mee Rebus - takkan I would order for BeeHoon or KeowTeow right? Back at home, hubby used Spaghetti in fried noodle. It taste yummy too. Once a while he will prepared it during the weekend.

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    2. #2 Photo:
      Besides Kewo Teow, I love BeeHoon or called it in proper vermicelli. It is simply delicious with only a few ingredients. My mom once told that, in order to fried a good plate of BeeHoon, must get better quality one. Or else it will easily break during the cooking process. Somehow, I still need to brush up my skill to fried them. Most of the time, my BeeHoon easily got chopped...not so nice one. I love to have "Xing Zao Mai Fun" or some will called Singaporean Fried BeeHoon. Malay's fried beehoon I like it too...I think they put in the tomato puree. So some of warong here selling a bungkus for RM1 only.

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    3. #3 Photo:
      SK been to Barcelona lor...good for you. Different places have different kind of ways to present the food to the customer right? You can always gather a bunch of friends to your house, makes some food, snack and etc. All you can do is to be creative in skewing all the fishballs together, cocktails sausages slice into hald and pin it together and make it into a love shape. Make many layers of sandwich, stack up and pin it with skewers and called it your homemade club sandwich. Hehehe... Even prawns, bell peppers, onions, pineapple all can be skew it and ready to be grill...wow sounds best nya. I think I better come over your house to help you to prepare.

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    4. #4 photo:
      Dun play play, SK can really cook very well. That fried rice looks very cute to me. Maybe it's the way you present it. Nice lar, I'm sure those who taste it also feel the warmest cooking from you, SK. The fried rice is vene more appertizing than the previous post you combine all the veges, ebikko with white rice. I prefer this alot.

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    5. Sorry lar, foodie photos always make me to comment banyak...Banyak lagi pun boleh... I better control abit, nanti I kat sini shiok sendiri aje.

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  24. I was actually tempted by all these four food pictures. I like the first one the most, It is from Pasta Zanmai, this place reminded me of only happy moment last year in December. First time, I met Ah Boy, Anay, Kathy and SP, second time met Lina. Thank you once again for the meet up.

    I love Pasta Zanmai food. Since then, I haven't got second chance to go there.

    Besides, I must also praise you for the home cook fried rice. They were so presentable . You must have spent lots of effort to make them so beautiful. I am sure it tasted good too.

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