Tales of Books, Travels and Travails
Came by by chance - and just dropping a line to say hi. Your extoils on food made me salivate to no end. Cheers luvvy.
happy happy merdeka to you! drop by Mawar for a nice teh tarik... ;)
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!!
I miss home too.
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!!!!!!!!
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.
Jane, let's Mawar!
Happy to you! I still have never had Char Kueh teow - available in London? any places to recommend?
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...
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).
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