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2008.10.15

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PenangTuaPui (Penang Fatty)

talking about Belacan.... a fren of mine having bad experience at UK when he is heating up the belacan in the kitchen...

The neighbour call the police as she felt there is smell like corpse..

belacan = corpse..... lolx

Nate

I just found her blog the other day and am really enthused that a Malaysian chef is teaching authentic Malaysian cooking here in the Bay Area. Perhaps she could teach the cooks at the local Malaysian restaurants a thing or two.

Robyn

Penang Fatty - That's a good one. But how unfortunate for your friend.

Hi Nate - she says that most of her repeat students return bec. they can't get decent Msn food in restos ... so they come back, cook, and enjoy a meal.

Robyn

Penang Fatty - That's a good one. But how unfortunate for your friend.

Hi Nate - she says that most of her repeat students return bec. they can't get decent Msn food in restos ... so they come back, cook, and enjoy a meal.

Criz Lai

Well, I guessed they have to use crystalized belacan powder as from Maggi's. At least it won't cause an emergency as what PTP stated. LOL!

Anyway, it's great to hear about Malaysian cuisine being promoted in US.

http://crizfood.blogspot.com/

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I like this information about this Cooking Malaysian in the San Fran Bay Area, is very interesting!

Marie Tran

oh thank you thank you for this entry! ever since my trip to malaysia and singapore, i've been craving singaporean and malaysian foods. i've had to make bak kuh teh and chicken rice at home bcs of the lack of authentic restaurants in the bay area. i'll have to sign up for her classes now!

(your entries of yut kee made me wish i had found your blog before my trip. i'm a huge fan of your blog! thank you for sharing your experiences!)

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