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Restaurant Teo Chiew Ipoh

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Restaurant Teo Chiew Ipoh

A drive from Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh is not a difficult task, head to the North South highway and within 2.5hours you will land yourself in Ipoh. I did this yesterday and head right away to this place called Restaurant Teo Chiew at Maxwell Road not far away from Kuala Kangsar Road and meet up with Mr Lim the owner himself. I was so lucky. Great innovative man himself, carrying an abundance of food experience while his wife heads the kitchen over nearly 20years. The two is definitely the Bonnie and Clyde of the food. Having to hear of his eating around story I was amazed. I am definitely his new crusader!
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I Love Hong Kong! Zuan Yuan, One World Hotel

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Poached Bitter Cucumber “Sze Chuan” Style

I was totally excited when I read about Zuan Yuan having the Hong Kong food promotion this month of October. Just love the Chinese cuisine churned at this restaurant as it never fails to inspire my taste buds. Upon knowing Chef Michael Chew Yuan recent excursion in Hong Kong I know I am gong to enjoy a pleasant dinner.

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The Perfect Accompaniment with Guinness

@ HAKKA RESTAURANT KUALA LUMPUR

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Braving through the city after the office hour and managed to get myself exactly on time at the Hakka was a tricky thing to do. Extreme planning is needed. My mission this time will be to indulge the food prepared by Hakka Restaurant with Guinness.

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Xanadu Wine Makers Dinner at Senja The Saujana Hotel

Senja, The Saujana Hotel

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Its funny how I fall for them and how my taste changes with them. For me I started with red nearly 15years ago, aged in oak is a must while a touch of vanilla would be perfect. While recalling to my stay in europe, visiting a bordeaux and sipping those labelled bottle was truly intrigged, it was a chance of a life time. A fabulous life style to die for. One day a sip of one white gold liquid had then turn my preferrance to medium white drinker and that’s my exposure to German wine.

Lately I had been attending quiet a few wine pairing refine dinners and this one was one of the most interesting one I ever come across with. The range of wine poured that night were just perfect to my pallete. It jived so well to my taste and liking. I just love smooth, tasty and full body wines while a touch of bitterness may not suits well to my liking. It was Xanadu Wine from the Margaret River, Australia that caught my attention.

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Simplicity Pastry Chocolate Tartlet with Chef Gerald Maridet

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My most desireable dessert over the weekend would be having a cup of coffee over a dark chocolate tartlet. A fabulous bitter sweet chocolate. Having to try almost a lot of recipes and I found this one from Chef Gerald Maridet can be very overwhelming. Very decadent. Full of simplicity. Easy to follow.

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Sunny Yaw Year End Macarons

2009 had been a great introduction year for us as we have meet and made many great, kind and charming friends, new friends, students and clients. I never thought we would have reach to such a good result as we always thought it was just a dream, 2009 is definitely a year to treasure and to remember, a year that I will miss and will be longing for soon as our journey moves ahead.

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Pink Poppy Seed Coffee Cream Chocolate Ganache Macarons

This year end, I had been baking loads of macarons, believe me or not the word of macarons had been buzzing in my ear almost in the month of November and December. Even in January will be yet another macaron challenge for me, who would ever thought I would be given such a challenge, yes! I got to build macaron towers, two mini macaron towers requested by Didie and next a 2 feet tall macaron tower requested by Penny! such an intrigging challenge, it is a sure fun! :)

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