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Thursday, June 3, 2010

Gimme Food on Flights

What dish i would like to have in flights? Hurm...

I would love to have more traditional foods in my flights for my Deserts such as Lompat Tikam, Onde2 (Buah Melaka), Kuih Kosui etc.

For drinks, I would love to have Old Town Ipoh White Coffee, may it be hot or cold!

Why? Are you kidding me? These foods are very delicious and we would like to promote our foods to all the tourists from other countries right? Ok, I know a lot of people did not know about “Lompat Tikam” yet right, so this is the pictures.
Lompat Tikam

This information, I got from Wikipedia malay: Kuih lompat tikam merupakan sejenis kuih tradisional yang popular di Malaysia, terutama di Pantai Timur iaitu di Kelantan dan Terengganu. Kuih lompat tikam mempunyai dua lapisan, iaitu lapisan tepung yang biasanya bewarna hijau di bahagian bawah dan lapisan santan yang bewarna putih di bahagian atas. Bahagian ini dibuat tawar kerana ia dimakan bersama air nisan atau gula kabung

Kuih Kosui are rice cakes made with palm sugar.The mixture are poured into small chinese tea cups and steamed it.After steaming the kuih is removed from the cup and topped with grated coconut flesh.

Kuih Kosui

Ipoh "white" coffee is a popular coffee drink which originated in Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia. The coffee beans are roasted with palm-oil margarine, and the resulting coffee is served with condensed milk. The term "white coffee" originates from the literal translation of its Chinese name, which was introduced in the 19th century by Chinese migrants who came to work in the local tin mines.

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lubleypya said...

gd luck on this!! din participate this tym.hhee

cikCEPET said...

bace en3 neh twos lapa...

FiRsYa MeLisSa said...

semua kuih yg awak sebut tu kuih feveret sy..
lapar giler seyh!!
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