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And really “there is no SECRET RECIPE for good cooking, but by learning some of the helpful tips and tricks in this book you will be able to prepare and cook food successfully in a well-organized kitchen. Short-cuts and alternative methods of doing ordinary and out-of-the-ordinary kitchen tasks are described, too.”  (Christine France)
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The priceless spectacle of the Petronas Twin Tower at the outset made the restaurant’s location enviable. It has a sizeable crowd which comprises of both locals and foreigners.
Penang Village is a known franchise in Klang Valley, and the one we visit was at Hartamas Shopping Complex.
Table manners is a very important social protocol to observe in which it reflects who you are, your family and your cultural background, at least this is what an average Chinese thinks whether they are of China or overseas origin. However each Chinese family has their own standard as to how strict the rule is enforced so therefore some dining etiquette may be watered down through time in the process of assimilation especially for those of the overseas.
If you’re a Chinese, let’s play a little game called ‘How Chinese are you with table manners?’ The rule of the game is simple as what is required is to watch the videos as below and to identify what ‘is and not’ observed by you or in your family; while for other Buurps viewers of non-Chinese background, it’s a great way in getting to know your neighbours.