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Apom | Wai Sek Kai 喂食街| Chai Leng Park, Perai

If you like to eat something sweet after dinner, this Ah Pom that located at Lebuh Kurau 5 (Wai Sek Kai喂食街), Chai Leng Park is a good choice for them. The stall that selling Ah Pom is owned by a Chinese auntie; she operated this business for more than 20 years. For those who stay surrounding Chai Leng Park should be know about this Ah Pom. Previously, she was selling the Ah Pom at Chai Leng Park market during morning and at Wai Sek Kai (Wai Sek Kai喂食街) at night. Since I was kid (5~6years old), I like it very much already. May be you will ask me "What's so special?", because you can find Ah Pom/Apom/Apong anyway. I can tell you here, the taste is totally different compared to other Indian style Ah Pom/Apom/Apong.

 

Sardine Puff

I am going to share a very simple and delicious sardine puff recipe. I will list down what you need in making the sardine puff. Ingredients needed: 1. A can of sardine 2. Onion (optional) 3. A pack of puff pastry (I bought "Kawan" brand ready made puff pastry from Tesco)    

 

Ke Ren Lai Restaurant | Gurney, Penang

After 3 years, I am now back to Japan again. This time will stay here for only 3 weeks, it is good for me to enjoy the food here. I miss the food in Japan, from sandwich to bread to cake to dessert to ramen to bento to coffee to izakaya food to sashimi to ... many more. Opsss...this post is not about Japanese food yet. Let's back to my last dinner before I came to Japan.

 

Rainbow Red Kiwi Fruit | New fruit in Japan

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Thursday, 15 October 2009 20:40
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I saw a very cute mini red apple when I am shopping in OIOI shopping complex last weekend. I was looking for various kind of fruits at that time and unexpectedly I saw those mini apples. I was so excited and thinking to buy it but at the end I walked back with empty hands as we were too hungry and rushing for dinner.

I was regretted for not buying the mini apples and keep thinking on the cute apple for few days. Frown Yesterday after work, on the way back home, we stopped by a shop to buy fruit. Out of expectation, we saw the cute apple again. Without further consideration, we walked to the counter with a pack of mini apple. Yee hee.. A pack of 14 apples cost 298yen, which is about RM11.

 

To me, the reason I bought the apple is because they are cute, but in fact I don't really like apple. The BIG red apples in Japan have never attract my attention but I just love those cute mini apples.

The most excited thing after bought the apples was the photo session, I managed to capture the cute mini apples with my camera. Aren't they cute?

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After the first bite.

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The mini apples characteristics:
Size: it is about 2 to 3 times smaller than normal apple, about 3-4cm in diameter.
Shape: exactly same as normal big apples.
Colour: same as normal big apples, but it turned yellow easily after exposed to air.
Aroma: very light.
Taste: sweet and slightly sour.
Texture: mealy

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Other than the size, there is nothing special about the applesTongue out. I believed it is more suitable to use them to make apple pie, tart or jam due to the mealy texture. Anyway, I just like it. Hehe Kiss
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#1 M. K. 2009-10-29 22:58
I like eating small apples. Just at times when I don't feel like eating the big apples, I know I can finish this size of apple.
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