Malaysian Singaporean Chinese Food–Popiah Sarawak Style 24
Malaysian Singaporean Chinese Food–Popiah Sarawak Style

Popiah (Pe̍h-ōe-jī: pȯh-piáⁿ) is a Fujian/Chaozhou-style fresh spring roll common in Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia and Burma/Myanmar, where it is called kawpyan. Popiah is often eaten in the Fujian province of

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Things I Just Discovered In Singapore - Sarawak Laksa and Kolo Mee 2
Things I Just Discovered In Singapore – Sarawak Laksa and Kolo Mee

Just discovered a new food outlet that sells the famous Sarawak Laksa and kolo mee in Singapore. It was tipped off from my Singaporean neighbor that loves these two delicacies after we introduced to them.

The new outlet that we

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What  I Cooked Today Series - General
What I Cooked Today Series – General

THINGS I COOKED TODAY SERIES – MY THOUGHTS

Before I proceed, I have to stress that what I am writing is nothing great as what a food columnist or food critics would have written. I am just documenting what a

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What I cooked today 2-5-2013
What I cooked today 2-5-2013

What I cook today series (家常便饭系列)- 2-5-2013.

Yesterday is a public holiday and we opted to eat out. Today, routine as usual and we ended eating what appeared in the photo above.

On 2-5-2013:
1. White gourd braised rice (白莆焖饭)

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Cookie Puddings - 2
Cookie Puddings – 2

Cookie Pudding ….follow up

After resting for one night, I finally cut open my pudding and took a taste. It taste like bread pudding except it had a mixture of aromas depending on the types of cookies used. As I

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What I cooked today - 30-4-2013
What I cooked today – 30-4-2013

WHAT I COOKED TODAY SERIES – 30-4-2013. I have been contemplating whether I should start blogging about what I am cooking for my kids. This is not a fancy food blog but a summary of the dishes prepared in the

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Creative Food Series - Cookie Puddings 1
Creative Food Series – Cookie Puddings 1

YOU DARE TO TRY series

Cookies Pudding

For Malaysian and Singapore Chinese, it is a tradition that during Chinese New Year, cookies and other delicacies were being prepared for purposes of entertaining visitors. Families either bought ready made cookies, or

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