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Yong Pin Restaurant Dim Sum 榕槟茶楼点心 | Penang

Out of many dim sum restaurant in Penang, Yong Pin restaurant is one of the best to Camus and myself. This restaurant has been serving dim sum for many years. We had our early breakfast at Yong Pin last week. We order few types of dim sum with a pot of hot Pu Er tea. Yong Pin Restaurant at Jalan Sungai Ujong. Lo mai kai (steamed glutinous rice with chicken), not oily and texture of glutinous rice was just nice, not overcook like many others dim sum restaurant did, but you can only find a small piece of chicken, pork and mushroom in it. We simply love the tradiotional taste of this fried radish cake. Not easy to get it at some where else. Tasted good and chewy fish ball, with green shallot and red chilli. Curd pork pao. My favourite golden yolk pao. Price for each type of dim sum and tea is clearly listed. Prices and photos for all types of Pao. I do not list out all types of dim sum that we ate, but most of them tasted good, we also bought their "sak kei ma" (1 box RM5) which was very nice too. Restaurant information: Address: No. 11-B & C, Jalan Sungai Ujong, 10100, George Town, Pulau Pinang, 10100 Georgetown, Penang. Phone: 04-261 1355 Opening hours: 6am-12pm; 7pm-12am (closed on Monday)

 

Cosway Bread Maker Machine

This is a new bread maker that I bought some times ago. After the first unit of bread maker that I bought from Cosway, this is the 2nd unit that I bought from there. It is mom's birthday present. The new bread maker comes with more functions compare to the first one, and it can make bigger loaf. The additional functions that attract me are "bake cake", "make jam", "bake only". I am not sure how delicious the cake is if you bake with bread maker. Well, I will try it! The "bake only" function is good where you can let the machine prepare the dough at first, and then remove the dough from machine and roll it to small ball (add some filling too), then put back to the machine for "bake only", so you do not need to always make a "Gardenia" or "High 5" bread, and it does not required oven.

 

Sukiyaki 鋤焼 | Dinner At Japanese Sensei House

When I was working in Japan, I attended Japanese class in order to improve my Japanese language. I have a Japanese teacher who taught me the Japanese language for about a year when I stayed there. Before the training end, I was invited to her house for dinner. I feel glad to have the opportunity to visit her house.

 

Fresh Sushi | Tsukiji Central Wholesale Market, Japan

Tsukiji Central Wholesale Market is a wholesale market in central Tokyo. Fishes, fruits, vegetables, meats, seafoods and flowers can be found here. It is one of the world's largest fish market. Besides, it is also one of Tokyo's major tourist attractions due to the busy atmosphere of scooters, trucks, sellers and buyers rushing around.
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Sukiyaki_2When I was working in Japan, I attended Japanese class in order to improve my Japanese language. I have a Japanese teacher who taught me the Japanese language for about a year when I stayed there. Before the training end, I was invited to her house for dinner. I feel glad to have the opportunity to visit her house.

 

 

 

On that day, she picked me up from train station, and we walked to her house. It was a spring season in Japan and the weather was good. We enjoyed the time we spent together. Smile Before arrive at her house, she brought me to hyper market to get ready the ingredients for the dinner. It is very convenient to get fresh ingredients anytime at hyper market in Japan. After get ready the ingredients, we went to her house.

Now, I will go directly into the dinner and that was what we had on that night, Sukiyaki! It is a Japanese dish in a hot pot style. It normally consists of thinly sliced beef, tofu, scallion (negi), Chinese cabbage, mushroom (shiitake), jelly noodle (konnyaku) and etc.

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Expensive beef Money mouth (3000 yen for 400g, about RM100++)

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Sliced beaf (黑毛和牛)

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Chinese cabbage, mushroom and scallion

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Tofu and jelly noodle

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Egg

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Sukiyaki sauce

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The ingredients are cooked in a hot pan with sukiyaki sauce. Beef oil was use to substitude oil in the hot pan.

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Beef oil

With all the ingredients in the hot pan.

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Cooking in progress...... Tongue out

Before eating, the ingredients are dipped in a small bowl of raw beaten eggs.

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Muaci was cooked before finish the dinner

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That was the first time I ate Sukiyaki in Japan. The dinner was great and very delicious. For sure I will remember the moment when I was in Japan with my sensei ("teacher" in Japanese). I would like to take this opportunity to thank her for the teaching throughout the year as well as invited me to her house for the dinner. I really appreciate! Smile


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