Was it deja vu? Barely one week has passed and I got invited to another dinner at Cynthia’s house. Her sister Jane is going back to Singapore tomorrow and what better way is there to be affectionately missed but cook up a storm of a feast. Wendy called me at 6.40pm and came to pick me up at 7.30pm. As usual, food was plentiful and delicious. I do not remember exactly who cooked what but I know the chefs included Cynthia and Robert too. Thank you for another beautiful evening. I will just let the images below do the talking.
Platters of the edible kind
Sambal udang buns
More delicious buns
8 thoughts on “Bon Voyage Jane!”
Yummm Yummm Yumm after seeing that food ,i just had to go eat ha ha, chocolate mousse he he
yes i did enjoy
cheers n tcz
Enjoy! But watch those calories as they meld with your body… ;o)
Gosh…those look fantastic. I’m so glad i wasn’t looking at them while i was fasting earlier 😛
That is the reason why I try not to read blogs when I am hungry. Selamat berbuka puasa.
I’m highly fascinated by those sambal udang buns!
Those sambal udang buns are soft and yes, the one I had was simply heavenly.
what are those rempah udang?I was a chef in 11 restaraunts in Southern California,but have never seen those .I have to admit,I’m not familier with malaysan cooking.I do make the best tacos in Washington State.Just have to figgure out how to send them digitally,or at least door to door.Great blog also.Good luck on the next twenty years!
Literally translated from the Malay language, rempah udang means spiced prawns. It is actually glutinous rice with spiced dried prawn filling wrapped in a piece of banana leaf and cooked over a charcoal grill. Thank you for your wishes.
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