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Tiger Street Football

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I was at a recent launch and a current on going Tiger Street Foottball brought to us by Tiger. This edgiest football experience is to ever take place on the streets of Malaysia and The Tiger Street Football Grand Finals will be kicking off this 18 September at the One Utama open air car park, where the world’s top street football players from seven countries will clash in an epic battle to claim the coveted title of being “King of the Streets”, the team will also walk away with a grand cash prize of USD30,000.00.

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Baking Workshop this August in Ipoh

Japanese tart

At last we had ourself a date booked, yes we will be having our first baking workshop in Ipoh. We had longing to do this, trying to get a place was not easy but at last this venue was make available to us at Yummy Kitchen Bake & Dine located at Ipoh Garden South (Sidney’s hometown).

Let’s Bake The Japanese Tarts!
In this exciting workshop, we will be baking this lovely petite japanese cream tarts which comes in varies form and we will be going to explore them all such as Pure White, My Greentea, Honey Strawberry, Dark Chocolate Classic, Mango Tango and Nutty Surprise!
16th August, 2009 (Sunday), 9.30am, Fee RM150
Venue:
Yummy Kitchen Bake & Dine
21, Lorong Taman Ipoh Satu
Taman Ipoh Selatan
31400 Ipoh, Perak
Tel: 05-5499677

chocolate black sesame macaron 4

Let’s Have Fun with MACAROONS!
This is our one of trademark dessert, lovely petite crispy on top and gummy inside, just the perfect combination of texture= to indulge with. Ibn this workshop we will be exploring baking the almond and hazelnut macaron shells with various type of gorgeous fillings, something not to be missed! :)
16th August, 2009 (Sunday), 2.30pm, Fee RM220
Venue:
Yummy Kitchen Bake & Dine
21, Lorong Taman Ipoh Satu
Taman Ipoh Selatan
31400 Ipoh, Perak
Tel: 05-5499677

To register please contact me at tel no: 012 3021269 or email bigboysoven@gmail.com
Please register yourself as soon as possible, seats are limited.

From myself Sunny Yaw

Let’s Indulge with "Siew Yok", Ipoh Garden East, Ipoh

I got to say this stall seels the best crispy roast pork “siew yok” especially those rib section where you can ask for one or two ribs. The pork skin was roasted so crispy and crunch, just so heavenly. They also sell pork ribs and also roast pork belly “char siew”

This stall is located at the row of shop lot at Ipoh Garden East behind Jaya Jusco, You will never miss this place. Why? Look at the photo, you can mobile him.

Yours Sidney

K Ten, Clay Pot Chicken Rice, Ipoh

“Ipoh Ngar Poh Kai Fan”, Ipoh Claypot Chicken Rice K Ten is one of the place where I alway visit with my mum and aunt whenever I am back in Ipoh. This eatery is located at Ipoh Garden South, Ipoh just behind of Tesco, Ipoh and the most happening place for Ipohniters. This eatery serve chicken claypot rice, preserve chinese sausages claypot rice, steam fish, curry fish head, vegetable dishes and on my most wanted list is their braised chicken feet “kai keok”.


How can claypot do without rice?

Marinated chicken ready for the claypot dish.

Lovely preserved pork sausages and liver sausages, so delicious.

I calculated there is at least 24 hot and burning claypots getting ready to be serve to customers.

Oh lovely “Kai Keok” chicken feet braised with star anise “pak kok” and garlic. The chicken feet is so soft, so succulent and full aroma of star anise. Wonderful and a must for “kai keok” lovers! I love the dark sauce and I make sure I have it with the rice as it is so delicious. Only Rm5 a plate.


Chicken claypot rice as serve to us, warm, fragrant, moist and beautiful. There is also salted fish. A small claypot cost only RM5 and for a big claypot, it only cost RM10. So what is my verdict? Please continue to read…….


Only chicken feet bones and empty claypot left at the end of the day. Lovely, delicious, appealing, addictive and one more “kai keok” please. So this is a spot to be when you are in Ipoh!

Yours Sidney

K Ten, Clay Pot Chicken Rice, Ipoh

“Ipoh Ngar Poh Kai Fan”, Ipoh Claypot Chicken Rice K Ten is one of the place where I alway visit with my mum and aunt whenever I am back in Ipoh. This eatery is located at Ipoh Garden South, Ipoh just behind of Tesco, Ipoh and the most happening place for Ipohniters. This eatery serve chicken claypot rice, preserve chinese sausages claypot rice, steam fish, curry fish head, vegetable dishes and on my most wanted list is their braised chicken feet “kai keok”.


How can claypot do without rice?

Marinated chicken ready for the claypot dish.

Lovely preserved pork sausages and liver sausages, so delicious.

I calculated there is at least 24 hot and burning claypots getting ready to be serve to customers.

Oh lovely “Kai Keok” chicken feet braised with star anise “pak kok” and garlic. The chicken feet is so soft, so succulent and full aroma of star anise. Wonderful and a must for “kai keok” lovers! I love the dark sauce and I make sure I have it with the rice as it is so delicious. Only Rm5 a plate.


Chicken claypot rice as serve to us, warm, fragrant, moist and beautiful. There is also salted fish. A small claypot cost only RM5 and for a big claypot, it only cost RM10. So what is my verdict? Please continue to read…….


Only chicken feet bones and empty claypot left at the end of the day. Lovely, delicious, appealing, addictive and one more “kai keok” please. So this is a spot to be when you are in Ipoh!

Yours Sidney

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