Archive | June, 2014

Scouring for ideas in the ‘All New Kitchen Idea Book’ – Book Review and Planning for a Kitchen Facelift

There I was, sitting on the kitchen floor scouring through a stack of books with an objective – to gather ideas and thoughts for my future kitchen. “Ah, ideas, ideas, I need loads of it before making a decision.” As I was sinking deeper into the reading, I found myself flipping more pages of this […]

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Juicing – App Review

A seemingly interesting app for people who love juices – now that doesn’t sound right and neither does the title but that’s what it is.

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Shopping for Fishing Tools and Accessories – Outdoor Adventure

Weekend is here, any plans yet? I’ve a suggestion, let’s go fishing! ๐Ÿ™‚ If you are up for it and wishing to replenish some of your fishing kits and other accessories, there’s an outlet at Kepong (a busy and high traffic area) that will certainly meet your needs.

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่ˆˆ่‘‰่šตไป”็…Ž at Taipei 101 Food Court

Taiwan Adventures – ่ˆˆ่‘‰่šตไป”็…Ž at Taipei 101 Food Court

My gracious host decided to treat me for lunch at the food court of Taipei 101, after going around for a bit we decided to settle for ่ˆˆ่‘‰่šตไป”็…Ž as it was my first visit to Taiwan and it would be great if I get to savor something of Taiwanese in nature.

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‘Sedap’ Magazine, the Recipe Ideas of the Malay Cuisine – Magazine Review

The Ramadan season is but only a few days away and it is often this period of the year for the non-Malays to pick up cooking ideas of the Malay cuisine. The latest publication of ‘Sedap‘ magazine is already available. Only found in the Malay language, the RM 5.90 magazine seems to call for my […]

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Modernist Cuisine, a Guide to the Art and Science of Cooking – Exploring the Web

Welcome to the subject on the art and science of cooking! If you’re someone who wishes to go beyond cooking recipes and methods; the site Modernist Cuisine can be a good source of knowledge.

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Value Lunch and Dinner Sets at Bear Paw ็†Šๆ‰‹ๅŒ…

Value Lunch and Dinner Sets at Bear Paw ็†Šๆ‰‹ๅŒ…

Ironically it seems that I came across Bear Paw’s offerings when I was, as they say “Hungry as a bear” when scoured around the shopping complex for a place to dine.

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DIY an Apron – How To Ideas

Tell me, do you have an eye for apron designs while dining in restaurants? It’s refreshing to see extraordinary apron designs and it definitely serve as wonderful treats for the eyes. ๐Ÿ˜‰ There are many cute and chic apron designs made available in the web. Let’s take a tour in this aspect of the culinary […]

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Virtual Store at Home Plus, Korea – Around the World

There are many fascinating culinary related ideas and concepts from all over the world that are worth knowing. The idea behind the virtual store implemented in Korea is a great marketing strategy by Home Plus (a wholly owned subsidiary of UK retail giant Tesco) in order to hold a portion of the market share in […]

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A Visit to Malaysia International Seafood Exposition 2014 @ Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur

Are you aware of what’s happening in the seafood industry in Malaysia? Image from http://infofish.org/mise2014/ This trade fair, Malaysia International Seafood Exposition 2014 is a glimpse to know how extensive is the industry and what are the products available for consumers.

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