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Dining at Ti Chen Saujana Golf Club with Executive Chinese Chef Sam Lu

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Deep Fried Scallops with Banana and Taro Paste

Having to find my way to indulge a fine elegance dinner at Ti Chen Saujana Golf Club prepared by Ti Chon’s new Executive Chinese Chef Sam Lui was truly an exciting experience. As that night we were showcased with some of his award winning and signature dishes from his Signature Dishes and Gold Award Winning Menu from The World Chef Competition 2015, Shanghai. His signature dishes will be available in the new Ti Chen ala carte (unveiling in Sept 20150. As for his Gold Award Winning Menu is available now until end of August with days advance booking.

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Genji Japanese Restaurant Hilton Petaling Jaya

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Chef Richard Teoh

This round we were invited to taste the flavours influenced by Osaka and Tokyo at Genji Japanese Restaurant Hilton Petaling Jaya created by Chef Richard Teoh himself, definitely known for his style in prepping his gorgeous cuisine. For my first time, Chef Richard Teoh had his creation with a philosophy of back to basics. His new menu focuses on delivering authentic dished with a mix of traditional artistry and infused with robust flavours to tickle the taste buds of local Japanese food lovers like myself.

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Deep Fried Gold Cakes Mei Sin Eating Shop Off Jalan Imbi Kuala Lumpur

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I just love finding new eateries and new food stall especially this one I found off Jalan Imbi at Mei Sin eating shop. I was there noon for lunch to gourmet the famous Chicken “Kueh Teow” and as was on my way out I bumped into the stall that sells deep fried snacks by the stall named Deep Fried Golden Cakes.

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Pretty, Young and Innocent

LOVELY AND ADORABLE, JUST LIKE A GEISHA

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What would you do when the is some left over decoration pieces lying about in the studio, well I will defintely have them decorating my cupcakes and they can be amazing beautiful, gorgous and adorable . . this one just reminds me of the geisha.

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Last week I got an email from Australia requesting for this recipe and I would like to share this with you.

Banana Cupcake
(24cupcakes)

2tspn Baking soda
15oz Cake flour
8oz Unnnsalted butter
15oz Sugar
4nos Egg
8oz Sour cream
1Tbspn Vanilla essence
5 Ripe Bananas

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Method

1. Preheat the oven to 350F. Get ready 24cupcake paper casing.
2. In a large bowl, sift together the baking soda and cake flour.
3. Peel the bananas and mash them in a bowl. Set aside.
4. In the bowl of a standing mixer fitted with a paddle attachment, combine he butter and sugar and beat on medium speed until smooth.
5. Set the mixer to low speed and add the eggs, one at a time, scraping thoroughly between each addition.
6. Add the sour cream and vanilla and beat until thoroughly combined.
7. Add the flour mixture in two batches, scraping down the bowl after each addition.
8. Add the bananas and beat until just combined. Do not overmix.
9. Pour the mixture into the cupcake casing.
10. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes.

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Well I also like to congratulate Mena & Jonas as they will be having their wedding at Swiss Garden Resort Kuantan, enjoy the wedding! . . . .Love Sunny Yaw

Black & White Cupcake (Part 1)

It had been a great weekend…. and as usual busy, but still manage to have time to meet up with friends and have lunch on Sunday. Busy with? really?… well baking for most, visiting new malls such as Pavilion and the Gardens, dinner with Steven Cheng, our new on board and regular food churner at Big Boys Kitchen, nothing else to talk but just talk about food over dinner… sounds bored but it was really a journey about food, creation and taste, it was something no one would like to share… especially their secrets. I did check on other bloggers update post and also not forgetting, updating my post.

Got to say, last week was such a happening days, for most we would like to thank Little Corner of Mine for awarding us the Creative Blogger Award. Thank you very much and will soon be awarding to some other great bloggers out there in the cyberworld.

Secondly, me and Sid had our 30 second fame on telly 6pm today. Steven Cheng was interviewed and his dish “mini monk jump over the wall” was featured on 8TV’s “Ho Chiak” food program. We were also interview about the dish…… and sid was having a joyly time… not forgetting me too.

On this post, I am posting my latest collection of cupcakes and I call them black & white cupcakes. Here I baked caramel banana cupcakes and decorated them with dark chocolat ganache and white butter cream and finished them off with chocolat at the centre. There are two sizes and with different decoration, a medium and a big ones and both of this cupcakes are available at Ole Cafe.




Prefer to keep them simple and maintain their natural beauty and elegant. They look so gorgeous just like my own babies. I also know that you are waiting for my tiramisu, and will be posting them this week. So while waiting make sure you have mascarpone cheese, sponge cake and a good espresso waiting in your fridge.

Love Sunny Yaw


The Best Apong at Jalan Burma, Penang

Apong is a type of pancake that you can get in Malaysia. Strangely I am not an Apong fan but now I desire and crave for them so much that I search for them in the country, wherever I go.

Penang island….. is a place for Apong?… truely it is… The Apong Heaven,….. so fluffy, so creamy, so light, so soft and yet with the taste and a hint of sweetcorn and ripe juicy banana.

You can find these two Apong stalls just at the roadside of Jalan Burma, Penang and it is only RM0.30 (US0.10) a piece……. such a bargain for such lovely dessert. This Apong can be taken while they are warm and cold but I really prefer when there are warm….. so soft and so creamy, lovely as it melts in your mouth. I would say they are goes well with a cuppa of tea or coffee.

At each batches, nine Apongs can be generated from the moulded pan and takes about 5-6 minutes to ready. Therefore if you want to taste this heavenly delicious Apongs, you may need to place order them in advance or even mobile them, if not you may need to wait half an hour for yours. I was shocked when most customers order at least twenty pieces at a time…….lol…. we ordered thirty pieces!…lol


If you are in Penang Island , do not miss this lovely pancakes…. my truely heaven!

Love Sidney xxx

The Best Apong at Jalan Burma, Penang

Apong is a type of pancake that you can get in Malaysia. Strangely I am not an Apong fan but now I desire and crave for them so much that I search for them in the country, wherever I go.

Penang island….. is a place for Apong?… truely it is… The Apong Heaven,….. so fluffy, so creamy, so light, so soft and yet with the taste and a hint of sweetcorn and ripe juicy banana.

You can find these two Apong stalls just at the roadside of Jalan Burma, Penang and it is only RM0.30 (US0.10) a piece……. such a bargain for such lovely dessert. This Apong can be taken while they are warm and cold but I really prefer when there are warm….. so soft and so creamy, lovely as it melts in your mouth. I would say they are goes well with a cuppa of tea or coffee.

At each batches, nine Apongs can be generated from the moulded pan and takes about 5-6 minutes to ready. Therefore if you want to taste this heavenly delicious Apongs, you may need to place order them in advance or even mobile them, if not you may need to wait half an hour for yours. I was shocked when most customers order at least twenty pieces at a time…….lol…. we ordered thirty pieces!…lol


If you are in Penang Island , do not miss this lovely pancakes…. my truely heaven!

Love Sidney xxx

Tart Banana

Looking at those banana selling at the stall outside my old apartment had triggered myself to bake this banana tart. It is not that difficult and also easy to source for ingredients. Plenty of fresh banana. What i did, was just mashed the banana and mixed them with beaten egg yolk. Throw them into the tart shell and baked.

Once done, whisked up some egg white and sugar to produce the meringue. Cover the banana mashed with the meringue and shape to your liking. Use the torch blower and burn a bit of the meringue.

Sorry for being too short with this piece as we are busy shifting to our new place. Have a good day!

Love Sunny Yaw

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