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Thursday, 7 August 2014

Keropok, Kerepek and Durian , Tg Sepat

Ahah...tummy full liao....next stop to find Map of "touristy " places in Tj Sepat. Mamarazzi recalls Gano Mushroom Farms used to give out map. Went there and look but they were out of stock. Gosh...so many tourist there leh

What to do....pakai hentam la...next was Lover's Bridge. Maybe the fishball lady can help her. 

Nope...Mamarazzi didn't notice if the bridge have been rebuilt yet or not, Uncle Arthur.

That day the place like wet market . So crowded. Mamarazzi fast fast go to the fishball lady and borong 4 packets of fish balls and cabut lari lo. Too many people to chat. 

Mamarazzi asked me where is the location of the Keropok Factory which I went to during school trip. I said near the fishball or was it Pau place. The place where we ate before....

Err....."jelly-jelly"(agak agak) la.....lucky found jugak.....There....Arowana Malayan Food Industries sdn Bhd at No. 2926, Jln Kampung Tanjong Sepat

The usual tourist knick knacks were being sold here

But the main item are keropok(Crackers?). There are all sorts of keropok here...sweet potatoes, Yam, cucumber , pumpkin  and a lot more.

What free testing everywhere....till tummy full full liao. I love this place. The first thing I told Mamarazzi is that "Can Free Testing" !

 


Initially Papa wanted to buy some Pumpkin Kerepek...but see the long queue....errrrr.....surrender.

Meantime, Mamarazzi and me went to see how they pack the keropok and kerepek.

Wah lau eh....so many leh. Must be to be distributed all over Malaysia.

Then off we went hunting for Longan Farm. Coz Mamarazzi saw Longan being sold in Pasar Malam mah...must be longan season lor. Maybe can get cheap and nice longan here

But half way....saw road side stall with a "timbunan" of rotten durian.

Papa said usually this means that there are durians being sold at the orchard.

Wokay..detour detour kejap ya..


Mana durian???

Found them. Being sold per kilo. 

Alamak ...no bitter type of durian ah...hmmm...ak jadi beli la.

Yea...Mamarazzi likes bitter sweet type of durian

On our way back to the car, we saw this. Mamarazzi is guessing that it is durian flowers being dried. Heard durian flowers can be eaten but she had never had before.

And the hunt for Longan continues






51 comments:

  1. No buy kerepek for AUntie Lina kah?

    Auntie Lina sad wor. Hahaha

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    1. long queue wor...we also didnt buy anything

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  2. i haven't had longan for a while, just content myself with lychee for now, probably the closest to longan I could find :)

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    1. here hard to get Lychee. All import from China

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  3. A good adventurous trip! Tasting places are so good, can introduce you to many new and good things.

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  4. Bitter sweet? Sounds like crashing flavor, I prefer the sweet one, hehe!!

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  5. I love kerepek especially kerepek pisang. I remember in Uncle Arthur's blog he mentioned about eating durian flowers. Eh, why when you point you put your hand on your ketiak? (first photo).

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  6. Wah, you so clever, mamarazzi terbalik has to ask you for directions, and although agak-agak, you still manage to direct her to the place wor.. Clever boy!
    Eh, I also like free testing segment.. You know ahh, sometimes tummy hungry or mulut gatal, if got free food testing, can eat until full la.. No joke.. There was a few times I went to those hypermarkets la, got free food testing, I pretend take a lot, konon say wana give G and Kz, end up, I ate all myself.. Hahahaha.. Tummy hungry ma..

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    1. hahaha ya lor coz she never een there before mah

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  7. Alamak, u also didn't buy keropok for Aunty Sharon... Aunty Sharon sob and sulk already... sobssssssss

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  8. Good morning,
    Haven't heard about durian flowers before... so can they be eaten? How to cook them?

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    1. that;'s why Mamarazzi wanna know too

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  9. The keropok auntie bought at the shop beside Lovers' Bridge, not bad...nice! Hmmm...good thing you did not take us to the kilang, habis sure excess baggage, auntie has no sales resistance one. I would love the free testing though. LOL!!!! Can't see from the photo whether those were durian flowers or not, all dried up already.

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    1. muhahahaha........next time bring u there ok...keropok very ringan

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  10. Smart boy you, can remember directions after only 1 visit. Better than this auntie. :)

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  11. wah, so many places to visit in Tanjung Sepat ke?? no wonder Mamarazzi loves to go there lah.. hmmm, Uncle SK really didn't know all the places, maybe those are new places setup because when he was a kid, he just go to the grandparent's house and there was nothing much besides the Lover's Bridge..

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    1. think it's new place la that mushroom up after the sepang Gold Coast went up

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  12. so packed with people everywhere?? what day was that day Paparazzi brought all of you to Tanjung Sepat?? wah, Mamarazzi also clever lah, quickly grab the things and cabut, else also no time to go and grab other things also.. Uncle SK curious to see the car boot lah, sure stuffed with a lot of things, muahaha!!

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    1. Saturday lo......Raya time some more leh...Mamarazzi see so many people she pening jor

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  13. wah, not bad not bad, Small Kucing can remember where the keropok factory he went leh.. crazy crowd of people!! they sell the keropok at different counters?? not just pick and grab all you want and then just pay at one counter ke?? wah, look at those keropok, Uncle SK can imagine the "kriuk kriuk" when put inside the mouth already, hehehe~~

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    1. Arowana lo....got different counter...but the freshly made keropok have to be packed...the packing counter long queue lor

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  14. durians!! wah, Paparazzi very cleber lah, saw those rotten durians and can smell orchards nearby selling durians already.. ooooh, durian flowers?? that is something new to Uncle SK leh.. maybe Mamarazzi should buy some to go back and try lah.. search online for recipe sure got one mah~~

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    1. but mamarazzi duno how to cook the durian flowers leh

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  15. We cook durian flowers in sambal belacan but got to remove those tiny pollen from the flower first before wash and cook.

    er, where is the picture of the lover's bridge??

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    1. Aiyo...lover bridge there human mountain human sea...Mamarazzi tarak snap pic lo...just buy fishball and cabut lari lo

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  16. *cook the fresh durian flowers. Not the dried up one. Never saw a dried up durian flowers before *

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    1. wondering the dried up ones is for what...maybe for med?

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  17. Interesting! So didn't borong any? Durians especially? Yeah, I wonder how the durian flowers taste like..

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    1. no borong loh...not bitter ones.... she likes bitter ones

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  18. I really enjoy your journeys to such places because I get to see the interesting places.

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  19. Wah so many types of keropok ar? Wish to try~

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    1. there were a LOT.....wah...really testing makan till full liao LOL

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  20. In Sarawak, we cook fresh durian flower with prawns and belacan. Not sure about the dried one.

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    1. yea wondering if can eat or not the dried ones

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  21. The durian seller says not bitter? Or mamarazzi tested one and says not bitter? Wah so nice to jalan jalan cuti msia. So sad the kerepek shop lose your business cos too long q.

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    1. The durian seller said no bitter ones..... :(

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  22. I love that wall with so many butterflies! That gives me an idea now about some feng shui matter! Thank you

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  23. I also prefer sweet durians but that Uncle SP loves bitter ones.

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  24. I would like to give all those good crackers a try. I love sweet potatoes.

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