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October 17, 2008

Yummy Barcelona – Goat’s Cheese with Fruit Compote

Filed under: Eating Out,Let's Salivate,Travel — agnes @ 9:32 am

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I rarely eat lamb or goat meat and its dairy. This is one of the rare occasion which I do enjoy goat’s cheese.

Yummy Barcelona – I Heard…

Filed under: Eating Out,Let's Salivate,Travel — agnes @ 9:30 am

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… that Spanish bred pigs were fed with oat. You should try at least pork meat for main dish if in Spain. Iberico ham is also a fantastic Spanish pork product.

Yummy Barcelona – Desserts

Filed under: Eating Out,Let's Salivate,Travel — agnes @ 9:23 am

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Yummy Barcelona – Bread at Breakfast

Filed under: Eating Out,Let's Salivate,Travel — agnes @ 9:13 am

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October 16, 2008

Yummy Barcelona~Spanish Potato Onion Omelette

Filed under: Eating Out,Kitchen,Let's Salivate,Travel — agnes @ 4:56 am

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Tortilla de Patatas or Spanish potato omelet

Recipe from Recipeland * myRecipe * Food Network * ABC Australia * Geocities Colosseum *

October 10, 2008

Yummy Tapas Lunch at Barcelona Beach

Filed under: Eating Out,Let's Salivate,Travel — agnes @ 8:40 am

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Yummy at Barcelona Beach

Filed under: Eating Out,Travel — agnes @ 8:27 am

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Yummy Places at Cluny Court

Filed under: Eating Out,Travel — agnes @ 8:21 am

Da Paolo Il Giardino (Italian)
#01-05 Cluny Court
T: 6463 9628

Da Paolo Il Giardino (Italian)
#01-01 Cluny Court
T: 6468 7010
Alfresco or take away

Awfully Chocolate
#01-05 Cluny Court
T: 6469 0565
Only 3 types of chocolate especially Chocolate Rum and Cherry Cake

Karma Kettle and Rhapsody
#01-01A and #01-05B Cluny Court
T: 6314 3483

October 4, 2008

Nation Weekend Market

Filed under: Eating Out,Let's Salivate,Travel — agnes @ 11:19 am

Nation Weekend Market

Yummy Paris Special Mention~Stohrer

Filed under: Eating Out,Let's Salivate,Travel — agnes @ 5:59 am

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Yummy Paris ~ Memories of Delicious Moment in Paris…

Filed under: Eating Out,Let's Salivate,Travel — agnes @ 4:56 am

Snack at LaFayette food court

Dutch white beer, omelette for snack

Le Pain Quotidien Brunch

Berthillion Ice Cream

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Au Pied Cochon

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Angelina Cafe

Rue du Faubourg St Antoine

Nation’s Lesiourd Artisan Boulanger Patissier     

September 10, 2008

Do Not Judge a Book by its Cover

Filed under: Eating Out,Let's Salivate — agnes @ 11:51 am

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August 22, 2008

Mel’s Corner Wan Ton Noodle

Filed under: Eating Out,Personal — agnes @ 4:04 am

Mental note for myself: The Mel’s Corner Section 17 Wan Ton Noodle stall has changed operator. Not going there anymore.

August 19, 2008

Noodle Lunch at Imbi Road

Filed under: Eating Out — agnes @ 4:04 am

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Keong Kei’s Best Sellers:

  • Stir Fried River Prawn with Yee Mee (Noodle)
  • Cantonese Style Stir Fried Beef Noodle
  • Pork Tendon(?)  Stir Fried with Free Range Chicken, Chinese Wine and Ginger Slices

*Photos: Too hungry to photograph the dishes 🙂

August 15, 2008

Noodle Lunch at Wisma Central

Filed under: Eating Out — agnes @ 3:58 am

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August 7, 2008

Noodle Lunch at Tun HS Lee

Filed under: Eating Out — agnes @ 11:59 am

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May 30, 2008

What I ate in May 2008 (that are going to make me fat)

Filed under: Eating Out — agnes @ 3:28 am

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May 7, 2008

Hong Kong & Macau Gastronomy Memories

Filed under: Eating Out,Travel — agnes @ 3:37 am

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April 21, 2008

Hang Zhou Cuisine in Hong Kong

Filed under: Eating Out,Travel — agnes @ 4:23 am

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April 13, 2008

Penang Food

Filed under: Eating Out,Travel — agnes @ 6:00 am

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There is nothing special in Penang food ingredients. It is the same ingredients you would get in Kuala Lumpur, Melaka and Singapore. The only difference is some magical skills are required to achieve Penang food quality.

Freshest ingredients-time to deliver from source to consumer, patience-time to pick, clean and prepare, care-manage raw carefully in the hot weather which even the roadside hawker would and superb cooking skill-time, heat and moisture are common traits of Penang food. Penangite often have individual palates to satisfy, each nurtured from young by loving family background irregardless of race nor religion.

I cannot compare Char Koay Teow(left) and Chee Cheong Fun(middle) in Penang and anywhere else I have been too.
My only comment – Speechless.

Penang Road’s TeoChew Chendol(right)-Icekachang also sell my childhood favourite, giant ice ball drenched with sarsaparilla and rose syrup. Selamat Makan!!!

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