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Thursday Night Specials at EE Chinese Cuisine Eastin Hotel Petaling Jaya

Eastin Hotel Thursday Night Specials
Eastin Hotel Thursday Night Specials

From every Thursday night starting from July till September 2013 at EE Chinese Cuisine, Eastin Hotel Petaling Jaya will introduce a special and yet the finest Cantonese cuisine that will be marching to your table, such as Pi Pa Roasting Duck, Stewed Pork Knuckles, Chilled Chicken with Chinese Wines and many more. Not only that the dining atmosphere will be flourish with J Musical Live Band that will be preforming two sets of evergreen Chinese and English hits from the 70’s and 80’s. (from 7.30pm – 8.15pm and 8.45pm – 9.30pm). All this starts from RM30++ per portion.

To make your reservation, please call EE Chinese Cuisine at +603 76287338

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Xanadu Wine Makers Dinner at Senja The Saujana Hotel

Senja, The Saujana Hotel

Xanadu

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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Sauces, Dips & Tips by Lau Foo Sun

Sauces Dips n Tips

I found this book to be so irresistable upon finding that there are more than 350 handy recipes on sauces and dressings. It definitely will make my life easy and foremost it will definitely brings lots of variety of flavours into my daily cooking. It contains all sorts of sauces, dips and condiments for Asian and Western cuisine and even a section for sweet and savoury sauces for dessert.

I like the tomato sauces and I also found barbeque sauce that make my weekend fabulous. Easy to follow recipes are what I am looking and I found them on this book. From luscious satay sauce to tasty sambal belacan sauce are all irresistable, a must to try. Surpsingly I find it to be a great bargain as the book just cost RM39.90 that come with 420pages, compact and easy to hold. It’s a great book.

Sauces Dips n Tips Author

Foo-Sun Lauis a veteran food connoisseur, culinary and wine critic and judge as well contributor to food magazines. He firmly believes that sauces are an integral part of food be it Asian or Western cuisine and can make or break a dish. His advice is to start with a good basic stock and add a dash of alcohol to bring out the best side in a sauce . . . . . Sauces, Dips and Tips will help you to enhance foor to taste exquisite.

Foo-Sun has also published two books on wine , A Comprehensive Professional Wine Reference and Appreciationof Vines and Wines.

I got a copy of Sauces, Dips & Tips by Lau Foo Sun from Marshall Cavendish and I would love to give away to a lucky reader . . . . . I got this book now tucked nicely in the kitchen, Sidney Kan

SAGANO Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel MIGF

sagano

SAGANO was my first Japanese restaurant to visit on my MIGF list, a very simple elegant with a home feel flush decorated restaurant, very comfortable indeed. This restaurant is located at the Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel and with Chef Yastoshi Ito’s Japanese authentic, innovative and meticulously prepared culinary creations to indulge the diners. That night we were there to taste his creation and to be more authentic in culture we decidedd not to pair the festival signature creations with the picked wines but we have them with the in-house selected sake instead. I had been noted for my sharp taste in Japanese food amount my Japanese friend in Kyoto and I just can’t wait to indulge into Chef Yasutoshi Ito’s creations.

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