If you have recently travelled to Taiping or Maxwell Hill in Perak, you might wonder where you could take a trip down the hidden path of the locals for some good food? Here I would like to share with you the little sleepy town less known to the outside world except those found out from word of mouth. Take a trip down to Kuala Sepetang which is about 15 minutes drive away from the town of Taiping.
MC lunch. Took few pictures of the process. The result wasâ€¦ehem. This would be officially the third time I cooked for lunch. This was a collaboration with Ms. Canny. *cough*
The end result, dishes including egg custard with minced meat, old cucumber soup, some kind of fish with ginger, and some messed up vegetables (Iâ€™d admit itâ€™s me :P). 1 Word of advice, if you know nothing about cooking, do not worry, I donâ€™t as well, read up on the â€œcorrectâ€ instruction in preparing a dish, this will at least make you enjoy your fruit of labor without pain in the toilet later 😛
This 2009 Chinese New Year has been a mixed bag of emotion to me. Itâ€™s not bad while itâ€™s not entirely good? But one thing definitely strucked me good is no matter how bad the situation tend to be, be it psychologically or financially, the Chinese would try their best to celebrate this event no matter what. The whole one week experience riding up North from the city to outskirts area has been fun. Running across from Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Perak and Pulau Pinang. Almost 4 states in total.
And first and foremost, let me introduce my little humble extra companion! The almight D60! Not all pictures taken on this post are captured by this camera, well if you still remember my good old Fuji F11.