Archive | March, 2014

Char Koay Teow (CKT) at Lorong Seratus Tahun

One of the better tasting CKT’s in Klang Valley happen to be at Lorong Seratus Tahun, it’s not great but it’s good enough to satisfy the cravings.

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Rainwater Harvesting – Survival Tips #3

As the provision of water from the city sources runs low, the connecting taps begin to run dry while the water tanks thirst for more. The clock is ticking, something has to be done to ensure the situation is not left idle or out of hand. Digging in for an answer to find a solution, […]

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Play Doh Sweet Themed Bakery – A Quick Bite of Entertainment

Till this date Play Doh remains as one of the attractive toys for children. Its colourful compound and accessories provide a balance of fun and learning. It is a non-toxic, non-staining, reusable modeling compound used by young children for art and craft projects at home and in school. Here’s a video showing a child having […]

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Korean Reality Show ‘2 Days and 1 Night’, A Foodie Perspective – A Quick Bite of Entertainment

Many may have seen this Korean reality show aired in KBS World. It’s a great platform to showcase Korea to the world. Image from KBS World TV 2 Days and 1 Night is a South Korean reality-variety show that airs on KBS2 beginning August 5, 2007. The show’s motto is “Real wild road variety.” Its […]

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Hearty Lunch at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

Hearty Lunch at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

Decided to reward myself with an awesome lunch today, so I decided that Bubba Gump would be the place to be.

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In Search of Perfection, a Guide by Heston Blumenthal – A Quick Bite of Entertainment

Heston Blumenthal‘s In Search of Perfection (2006 – 2007) culinary adventure is very much intriguing and unanticipated. His systematic approach to food and recipes is a fascination, while his explanation is clear and objective. Indeed he is a man with charisma. Below are videos to showcase his innovative culinary craft, the ingenious ‘magical’ stunts to […]

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Food for Brain Health – Book Review

Our grey matter really matters! The book entitled ‘Brain Food’ as below has the answer – it’s a quick guide to food that will improve brain power through simple steps and recipes for better IQ, memory and concentration. Image from http://jewelpie.com/

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Storing Water for Emergency – Survival Tips #2

It’s been weeks since the dry season started and we’re undergoing water rationing. With the commencement of the rationing exercise, ever pondered on how vulnerable we’ve become in relying on the water system of the city without proper back up plan? How do people in other country handle water shortage problem? Here are my searched […]

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Polly Dining Manners – Apps Review

While most games available are about “making food”, I’m surprised to see a game that’s focused on I was looking around and thought this dining manners, not exactly dining etiquette but it’s a great start.

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A Delicious Adventure – A Quick Bite of Entertainment

Breaking the norm is my desire for this article. There goes a light and easy entertainment for you today. I have bumped into one while in search for a delicious adventure. As for the rest, it is for you to enjoy. The Country Cousin (1936) is a Walt Disney animated short film released on October […]

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