Thursday, August 31, 2006

Merdeka




Selamat Hari Merdeka to Malaysians everywhere.

God. I miss home (and nasi lemak, char kueh teow, biryani at Insaf, nasi kandar penang, lobak, mee goreng mamak, wan tan mee, nasi paprik.....).

Sniff.

11 comments:

Mirebella said...

Came by by chance - and just dropping a line to say hi. Your extoils on food made me salivate to no end.

Cheers luvvy.

may said...

happy happy merdeka to you! drop by Mawar for a nice teh tarik... ;)

Blabs said...

Add on to that list hainanese chicken rice, mee bandung muar, sotong kangkung, kerang rebus (no kerang here!), putu mayam, tow foo far, aiee...

Selamat Merdeka to you too!!

R2K said...

: )

basho said...

I miss home too.

Kak Teh said...

jane, if you had come that day to the carnival, there's nasi lemak, koayteow, laksa and all sorts - and lastnight's ketam and laksa johor were just yummy!!!!!!!!

Jane Sunshine said...

Mirebella: Hie thanks for dropping by. Yes, salivating is the only thing I do as well!

May: Aye, on your orders Madam. Merdeka Greetings.

Blabs: Oh, no...this is too much torture.

Alex: :) to you too!

Basho: No place like home. But maybe home is where the heart is....

Kak Teh: Dont torture me like this..But week after, when I am done with this awful chapter, we have date at Mawar okay.

Ewok said...

Jane, let's Mawar!

30in2005 said...

Happy to you! I still have never had Char Kueh teow - available in London? any places to recommend?

kat said...

Don't you miss the heavy cleansing rainstorms, lush greenery, well-manicured road medians, diversity of people and culture, the many many public holidays, vibrant pasar malams and late night shopping at hypermarkets, etc...

Jane Sunshine said...

Ewok: Next week?

30in2005: Now isnt that an excuse to meet up? There are a few decent ones. Havent tried it in Mawar but the restaurant in Holiday Villa Hotel in Bayswater is pretty okay.

Kat: All that and more, Malaysia tanah airku (say that in falsetto).