Almond Biscotti

Posted by vivien | Recipe | Thursday 26 February 2009 7:15 am
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This Recipe is taken from JOM MAKAN! GOOD FOOD TREK. My first exposure to biscotti is probably in Starbucks where my uni friend-Ice, who is an avid Starbuck fan influence me to it. It usually comes in Almond flavor, chocolate hazelnut etc. It is a healthy and hearthy cookie.
Above is ground almond which is required in this recipe. You can buy it in Cold Storage or Carrefour for RM3.20(60g). Although this list looks daunting, i am pretty much determined to make them, most if not all. I brought it to office and they are 3 orders for it, will “deliver” it next week :) will sell for RM15 for a box, guess this price is alright. As much as i like experimenting food, selling food is usually not as fun, the “stress” of making them in bulk, and the hygiene… and i don’t know how much the food can store, the need to handle “customer inquiry”… but it is always a dream if i can earn a living by doing what i like, which is basically all matters related to food.
Texture of this biscotti is nice, not as rock hard as my previous attempt using another recipe.
Sugar, egg, vanilla and NO OIL. yep, you heard right, biscotti mostly have no oil as it is usually eaten by dunking it in hot coffee.
beat it
till it becomes frothy as above
sifted flour, ground almond and whole almond
mix the almonds into the floor
mixing process
shape it into log shape, the rightmost is the first i made, which is the better looking one, towards the left, the dough is sticking too much to my hand as i didn’t flour my hand…
finished the first half baking process (biscotti means twice baked cookie, it is baked initially for bout 15 mins, let it cool, then sliced it diagonally, then baked till crisp)
let it cool
sliced it diagonally into long shape
finished product, after baking another 10 minutes
Anyone want to buy can email me at vivien_1223 at yahoo.com
haha, just for fun, don’t really think people will order from me… haha

 

BBQ Restaurant, Jalan Ipoh

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Wednesday 25 February 2009 10:10 am
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Store front, this shop is located on Jalan Ipoh, near Chow Kit area
Price list
whole duck: RM46-50
half duck: RM25
whole chicken: RM28-RM34
half chicken: RM17
1 pork rib: RM12-16
etc
telephone numbers
012-377 6157
017-377 6157
012-201 3434
duck rice: RM5
char siew + siew yoke
char siew + …
sui-kow(cantonese)/prawn dumpling 4.3 inches each
full of fillings.
Address: BBQ Restaurant
85, Jalan Ipoh,
51200, Kuala Lumpur (next to Ambank)
branch in Cheras:
125, Bt.9, Cheras,
43200 Kajang,
Selangor
Contact: 012-201 3434(Saw Ah Chin)

 

Silver Queen by Ceres, Chocolate from Bandung Indonesia

Posted by vivien | Product | Tuesday 24 February 2009 12:53 pm
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Friend bought this from her trip to Bandung. I lurve cashew *heart*
anything with cocoa butter in it is good :)

 

The Magnificent Fish & Chips Bar

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 21 February 2009 9:20 am
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located near Jalan Alor/Bukit Bintang area
Fish and chips ranging from RM28 to RM46
Side Order: according to waitress, colcanon mash is mash potatoes with herbs, whereas bubble & squeak is mashed peas mixed with mashed potatoes
snacks, soup etc
nice mosaic tiles
parrot fish(RM35) love the thick cut home-made chips, only 1 piece of fish, fresh and dlish nonetheless
english onion soup RM18
mushy peas(RM5)
Overall, not particular used to it, the buttery mushy pea etc, but supposed this should be called good english grubs.
Address: The Magnificent Fish & Chip Bar
28, Changkat Bukit Bintang,
50200 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia
Telephone: 03-2142 7021
Operating hours: 11am to midnight (Tuesday to Sunday)
Price: 10 % service charge
Post by other blogger
Live to eat or Eat to live?
she, the epicurious girl
kyspeaks
masak-masak
Jules Eating Guide to Malaysia

 

Sushi King

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Friday 20 February 2009 1:32 pm
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Sushi King is the most “omni-present” kaiten belt sushi chain in malaysia. sushi are priced based on color of the plate, blue the cheapest at RM2, beige RM3 etc. It is one working day lunch hour that my colleague and I went to Jusco in Equine Park to eat sushi, where each of us eat like 4 plates of sushi… not indulging much as it is expensive to spend so much for a lunch…
On normal days, i would not go sushi king given a choice alongside other jap restaurant as the food here is not as good as let’s say Sushi Zanmai(ma favourite)
Anyway, after the Tenji craze, there is another jap buffet craze, the Xenri Craze, refer to masak-masak, there is promotion from 21st February 2009 to 29 March 2009.
Xenri D’Garden Terrace, Menara Hap Seng
lunch buffet: RM27.50++ (50% discount from original RM55++)
dinner buffet: RM34++ (original price RM68++)
feel like going already :)

Gunkan
nigiri
makis
tamaki/hand-roll, always like these fresh rolled sushi
tsunami?!?!
Set meal ranging from RM14 to RM25, reasonable priced for a bento
more set meal
Agemono(deep fried delicacies)
dessert
drinks
Website: Sushi King (available in Mid Valley Shopping Centre and virtually all major shopping centres in Malaysia)
Customer Service Line: 03-5631 9060

 

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