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Monday, 12 May 2014

Monday Blues Makan Post

Sigh.....tomorrow is Monday.....sien lo....gotta go to school leh...but on a brighter side is EXAM is over!!!




Can relax with a cup of coffee and cream puffs. 

 
The Coffee for Mamarazzi la. My exam...Mamarazzi more tension than me....adei...

Was in Puchong some time ago. Dropped by Puchong Yong Tau Fu to tapau some YTF. Hmm....The fried Fu Chuk and Tau pok taste nicer when we eat at the restaurant. When come back home the fried stuffs no longer crunchy

But the rest of the YTF still taste great. Super love the soup. Sweet from all the fish bones. 


Also tapau their Chee Cheong Fun. 

That was what we had for dinner that night.

 On an unrelated issue....past few months Mamarazzi noticed these super big Brinjal flooding the markets. She bought two to try out. Not cheap leh...Was around RM4/kg. These two already cost RM3+.

 Fried with minced meat and oyster sauce. Taste like normal brinjal leh....so what is so special about these ya? Maybe Mamarazzi not cooking it right? Does anyone have any idea how to cook these ?


47 comments:

  1. I love cream puffs and coffee! It is Mother's Day here, when is your Mother's Day, do you have one? So glad your exams are over! When is school out and how long is summer break? Here, the kids go from September till June.

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  2. I think the brinjal should taste the same except it is fatter so it can be used as vegetarian burger patty to replace the meat.

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    1. ooo vagetarian burger....hmm...good idea wor....might try one of these days

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  3. Mamarazzi wants you to do well ma... that is why she worry. :)

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  4. Aiyor!!!!! You're so so big liao lor!!!! Looking like teenager like that. Bujang already or not?

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  5. Monday sien coz got to go to school? I also sien coz today is Monday, Monday blue leh, got to go to work.. Sometimes hor, I wish I no need to work pulak, but then, will money fall from the sky ahh? Sigh..

    Sometimes I like going to work, sometimes I don't.. I'm really unpredictable.. Hahahaha.. After a long holiday, I would like to go to work, coz I'll be so tired taking care of the kids.. Maybe it's just me la..

    Eh, I love cream puff too.. But there are two types.. One with custard filling, and the other with normal whipped cream filling.. What type mamarazzi like? I like the one with custard filling.. Yummzzz..

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    1. Money from sky meh? I thought grows on trees leh :p

      Mamarazzi likes the DURIAN punya

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  6. I think the brinjals are for cooking indian curry? So fat and thick.... maybe nice also if make yeong liew... so when coming to IPOH? School hols are coming.............................

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    1. duno wor...i know the round ones are for curries la.

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  7. Hi, Hope you all are doing fine... My surgery is over and I'm gradually feeling better. I've had a 'rough' weekend with the pain--but with each passing day, I am getting better....

    Those Rutabagas are popular in this country... One recipe I know of is: Toss 1 large peeled and cubed rutabaga with 3 tablespoons olive oil, and salt and pepper on a baking sheet. Roast at 425 degrees F until golden and soft, 40 minutes. Toss with 1/2 teaspoon apple cider vinegar and chopped parsley.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. Thanks for the recipe Betsy. will try it out.

      Speedy recovery to you

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  8. Forget that last recipe... I gave you the wrong one. What you showed is an EGGPLANT (not a rutabaga) --and is popular in our country... To find a good recipe, click here:
    http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/browse-all-recipes/eggplant-rollatini-00100000075561/index.html

    HUGS,
    Betsy

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    1. LOL...yea....will try out the recipe

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  9. The one problem with me is I don't know how to cook brinjal. My friend suggested me to fried it like the one served in Japanese restaurants.

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    1. yea wor....got so many ways and types of brinjal. some suitable for frying some not

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  10. Wah ..puchong ytf .. I miss it so much. Kucing drink kopi ??

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    1. drink.....you wanna poslaju some over here? LOL

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  11. Monday is so blue, luckily is holiday tomorrow!!!

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    1. but then will have wednesday wet blanket liao

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  12. A belated Happy Mother's Day to your mama. So how did you celebrate it with your mama?

    Btw, you look so bergaya on that stool. :D

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  13. aiyoh why lah Monday blues pulak?? kids also got Monday blues ke?? go to school to play for a while and then can go home mah, somemore Small Kucing can see his Lady in Pink leh?? and then today just one day school, and tomorrow holiday again woh.. don't blue lah, come Uncle SK sayang~~

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    1. now kids very tension leh...after exam have to go revised exam paper and do correction in school Not enough with that still have to bring homework back to do leh

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  14. wah, this post memang rojak lah Mamarazzi.. start with Monday blues, then sekali jump to high class lifestyle enjoying coffee and pastry.. then sekali dropped few level of classes jump to YTF and CCF, eih, veyr big contrast in a day lah, haha!! but true also, people say breakfast eat like a king mah, so must start off the day with posh lifestyle~~ :p

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  15. Ooooh! I love black thick coffee and cream puff is my top dessert favourite. I love to eat Beard Papa! Yummy!

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    1. Muhahaha....the ones Ling bought for you punya la

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  16. I also love to eat those prawn paste Chee Cheong Fun that stinks! So heavenly and popular in Penang. There the folks don't eat them with curry like KL folks.

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    1. prawn paste? never tried before leh

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  17. I teach you Thai style Brinjals dish. Just cut them into slices and roast over fire or wok before dipping them with tempura-style flour with eggs & fry. They are ready to eat with sambal and you will arrive heaven's door.

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    1. wahhhh really ah...must try out then

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  18. I loves Chee Cheong Fun, but brinjal, no thank you...

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  19. yalah, must eat there baru nice lah those YTF.. unless you go home and fried them again lah, else if tabao sure becomes soggy one, cos wrapped inside plastic bag got vapor and sure will soften the YTF lah.. but then i rather eat the soggy one than to eat it deep fried again.. reminds me of the mother of an ex-colleague, she said fried chicken very heaty, so she will steam the KFC before eating at home, haha!! :p

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    1. yea lo but cannot eat there coz was hal tank. so thought tapau home then empty tank liao can eat lo

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  20. oh, brinjals big and brinjals small?? hehehe, of course Uncle SK doesn't know all these things lah.. he tau makan saja.. those two cost RM3+ ah?? errr, how much are normal ones?? to Uncle SK RM3+ is not expensive mah, hahaha, because eating one plate of brinjal outside also like RM10+, and YTF one piece of brinjal (with little bit of fish paste) also RM1+..

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    1. aiyo cannot la compare eating out side. apple compare with apple mah... LOL

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  21. I would cook the brinjal like that too. Or maybe cook yong tau hu with it??

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  22. Was at the Kota Kemuning branch but we ordered order dishes. Not to bad. You ask me about the brinjals; all the types is almost the same but need some good flavors.

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    1. hmmm.....gotta see how many ways to cook brinjal.

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  23. That's the brinjals we get here in Australia. We call them eggplant.
    My husband loves having it sliced to about 5mm thick, sprayed with oil, and bake/grill in oven. Flip n spray with more oil on other side. Season with salt n some black pepper. Yummy! They are just in season now too!

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