August 10, 2008

The Bright Side of Home.

The bright side always comes down to food ...
Not just regular food; glorious Malaysian delicacies at ridiculously affordable prices.
All the precious truffles and decadent dishes of foie gras would never amuse me the way these do.












12 comments:

Anonymous said...

oh.. it's about time for mooncake festival huh.. food.. delicious malaysian food.. i miss home!
may you enjoy your life back home!

sin ee

pinky said...

omigod..i want the little mooncakes in the last pic...i love them..sigh wish i was home to sometimes

Anonymous said...

No durians?

Jess said...

the coconut drinks are the best!! :) have you tried the little round ones? so good on a hot day :P

Anonymous said...

i second that- no food world beats malaysian food for me!!!

Anonymous said...

maybe post some of your favorite receipes during your trip?

Anonymous said...

haha..durians? My guy won't let me eat it in the house

Jade said...

Agree! Nothing beats the Local Dishes from One's hometown.

theadams said...

Su Yin... u make salivating and drooling here....i wish i'm in msia now....being here with bland & boring food in cairo... a piece pisang goreng will do magic!!

Wog said...

Why does that egg-tart looks so familiar??? :))

Su-Yin -D├ęcorateur said...

ahh... the pleasures of home.. i'm glad I reminded a couple of us Malaysians abroad about home.
Pisang goreng... coconuts...ahhh...
if not for the horrible traffic in KL'; i'd go out for food more often. Weekend in the small little Ipoh are the best!

chromatica said...

HMMM. u are making me miss home. although home for me is across the straits. thankfully, i found banana leaf in the asian marts here in the US, so my friend's going to make us some otah :)