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Pudu Wet Market with Celebrity Chef Sam Leong

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Celebrity Chef Sam Leong at Pudu Wet Market Kuala Lumpur

Celebrity Chef Sam Leong is in town as he is cooking at TAO Chinese Cuisine Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur this 13, 14 & 15 March 2014 and I got to follow him to the morning Pudu wet market to do some marketing. Sam Leong earned his fame for infusing his traditional Chinese cuisine with a great modern touch. I really love his gourmet work and thrust into refining his food creations

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Dim Sum Maestro at Ti Chen Saujana Golf Club

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Dim Sum Maestro Yau Kim Yew

He is brilliant yet he is sure a young and talented, Dim Sum Maestro Yau Kim Yew. I love his creativite play and truly a persone who will put upmost effort to think out of the box when comes to Dim Sum. Some may go overboard with their creation but Maestro Yau is one of those chefs that who I know who will go all out to maintain the substance and traditiion of a little petite dim sum. He is so adoreable yet his dim sum is something to die for.

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New Year Celebration at Palace of The Golden Horses

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NEW YEAR CELEBRATION LIST

I just love festive especially year end starts from Christmas then New Year and follow with Chinese New Year . . . . definitely the way to end the year and begin the new calender. As for me, I had taken many changes in life, at work and at home. Yet the daily routine had been busy as usual creating new things and nurture exciting projects while spinning out from my blog. No, I am not leaving and neither am raving about it. I will still be blogging and will be concerntrating on my new little ventures. I love my new assignment and that would be FOOD STYLING & CATERING another additional new item to be added into my CV. For this new little venture I got to thank a few of my close friends who gave me the oppurtunity which back dated exactly a year ago.

As today is Christmas Day, I would like to recommend you to dine at The Mines during this coming New Year. You may ask me why . . . . well I just love their festive styling and just look at my dining experience this festive at the their Carousel, you will be impressed like myself.

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Al Amar MIGF 2011 Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

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Al Amar’s Central Kitchen

When I meet Joseph Afaki that was some time in 2008 where I fingered into the Lebanese cuisine at Al Amar. The food then was very authentic and simply unique. In early year 2011 the food took to even a higher height, refined and into great detailing. My own interpretation, Al Amar definitely progressing very well in creating an outstanding International Lebanese cuisine in Kuala Lumpur. Al Amar defintely has a very strong, dynamic and dedicated team players in creating inspiring food.

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Yummy Taiwan Fahrenheit 88

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I heard a lot of awesome feedbacks on Taiwan street food and here in Kuala Lumpur we bound to meet such appealing food lingering at every corner, some even had ingeniously modification to suit local taste. At recent i was invited to such a feast at the newly refurbished Fahrenheit 88 located along Jalan Bukit Bintang. Located at 2nd floor we found Yummy Taiwan, the Taiwanese street gourmet. Very appealing indeed.

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Restaurant LYJ Kampung Baru Sungai Buluh

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Up Right Roasted Chicken

On my food quest at Kepong, it had lead me to cross over to the neighbouring area here at Sungai Buluh. This time I visited Restaurant LYJ.

It kept me staring at it. My pair of eye got frozen. A beautiful bird, graceful placed on the serving plate up right. It had such a great golden tanned, yes it was perfectly roasted with a crisp skin. Yes it was tuly a unique way of presentinmg, what more we ate in a different way. A pair of scissor was put into play to carve the chicken. Yet, Master Chef Paul Lee kept had more surprise juices flowing out. It was a lemon roasted chicken and it was really delicious. “It must an Italian influence roasting”, I told myself. It was such a display dish. We had one roasting but our next door table had two and I know why! yes it was really spectecularly delicious. A definitely must have. Something simple yet unique.

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A Cantonese Affair at Tai Zi Heen Prince Hotel Kuala Lumpur

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Preparing A Peking Duck

Early this month of November I was back at Tai Zi Heen to have myself indulging their remarkable Peking Duck. Not only it was deliciously well prepared Peking Duck, I had it only for RM1. It was such a great offer. All I did was to reserved a table with a minimum spending of RM300. I was lucky too as it was only for the first 8 dinner reservation nightly.

It was beautifully roasted and looked so crispy. The carving was truly attentive during the serving of the Peking Duck. Every skin was very perfectly calculated and sliced. The crisp skin of the Peking Duck was placed on the light thin pancake before rolling into a gigar like shape, together with match cucumber slice, spring onion and homemade hoi sin sauce. A bit into it was truly gorgeous, it was fragrant and tasty. I just loved it.

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Wrapping Matchstick Cucumber with Peking Duck Skin

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A Refreshing Noodle . . . .Vegetable Pan Mien

My close friend Jennifer had took me to this Pan Mee place located at Taman Kepong. This cofee shop located just behind the King’s Bakery which located at Lorong Bangau 2. The Pan Mee was superb delicious and it is make of roughly blended celery leaves or spinach leaves. This Pan Mee shop is called Vegetable Pan Mee and was establish since 2001. We were very lucky as we were in troduced to Uncle Wilson the owner of the stall. He showed us how the pan mee was make from flour till a bowl of lovely Pam Mee.
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A bowl of this Pan Mee is only RM3.80 and you can have it dry with black sauce or with soup. It comes with fish paste, fried soya bean skin and loads of celery leaves or green spinach. L like the texture of the Pan Mee, tender, soft, tasty and not too hard. The best part of it you can have either in a form of fine strings of pasta or in the shape of rectangular pieces of pasta. Each bowl is served with loads of fresh celery leaves which makes the noodle delicious and fregrant.

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After being explained the making of Pan Mee and enjoyed a full bowl of Pan Mee by Uncle Wilson, it was so satisfying and I will defintely be back for more which I did . . . . . SidneyK

Teochew Cooking with Master Chef Tony Gao, Guangzhou – Series 3

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Master Chef Tony Gao from Guangzhou, China is an authentic Teochew cuisine chef with more than 20years of experience and started cooking at the age of 17years old. His appreciation for pure, simple and fresh ingredients is translated into delectable signature dishes that he carefully prepares. Currently he is a visiting master chef at The Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur from 1st till 10th May, 2008.

Broth

TAI JI VEGETABLE BROTH

Ingredients

700gm Sweet potato leaves or spincah leaves
2kg Superior chicken stock
200gm Minced chicken
50gm Chicken Ham
100gm Superior potatoes starch

Method

1. Blanch the spinach leaves for few seconds then chill in ice water.
2. Heat up some chicken oil and wok-fry the vegetables until fragrant. Set a side.
3. Blanch the minced chicken. Set a side.
4. Seasonthe superior chicken stock with remaining ingredients under medium heat. Add the vegetables. Gradually add the superior starch that has been mixed with water, slowly untilthe broth thickens.
5. Lastly add shredded chicken and ham, simmer for a while and serve in individual bowls.

Fish Head Noodle SS20/10, Petaling Jaya

This is one of my favourite fish head noodle located at SS20/10, Petaling Jaya where I regularly haunt. The place is simple, no air-conditioner and just an open air foodstall.



This place serve gorgeous drinks such as ice blended soya milk and comes with this greeny jelly called “cendol” and also a kind of black jelly called “leong fun”. You can also have “cendol” green jelly in santan and palm sugar or the old timer “ice kacang”. Drinks here is truely awesome.

We started with a bowl of fish paste with green spinach in clear soup. The fish paste was cooked well and tasted deliciously crunchy. We also had fish paste noodle which is awesome.

We ordered a bowl of “haruan” fish rice noodle. This is yet another awesome dish as the fish came in thick slices and deep fried. The bowl of noddle was fully of fragrant and aroma.

Then came a bowl of noodle with just plain slices of thick “haruan” fish. Oh this is so incrediblely good as you can really taste the freshness and sweetness of the fish. The thick slices enhance the tastiness of the fish. Well I would say every bite is just pure meat and boneless! The soup was really really good, very refreshing.

You can have the dish with thick rice noodle “lai fun”.

You can also have fish slices with your fish paste and spinach.



I really love this noodle stall and would rephrased them as Fish Sliced Noodle stall and something to shout about! . . . . . Sidney

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