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WW On A Tuesday – A Husband Who Listens

bethere2day - WW On A Tuesday - Post an image and link up, this weeks post is - A Husband Who Listens WW On A Tuesday A Husband Who Listens read more »

Snacks Courtesy of My Niece

What a joy to receive these simple surprises from my home buddy. Tell me how can I eat this cute face? Maybe I just have to gobble it up straight from this box without looking inside. This is called sipao from a Filipino- Chinese fast food restaurant. This sweet Ensaymada goes perfect with a cup of black coffee. Ensaymada or Ensaimada is a pastry contributed to Philippine culture by our first conqueror – Spain. Last but not the least, potatoes in halves with cheese and bacon from my favorite pizza... read more »

Squash in Coconut Cream

Yup, another quick cooking for busy me, and perhaps for working guys and gals who do not have much time to cook. Vegetables are healthy but the tedious way of preparing themfor cooking make us think of having meat instead. I promised myself of having healthy diet. The thought of slicing washing and preparing veggies for cooking at times makes me think otherwise.Oh, yes, it feels good to be lazy after work. Lie down on my red couch and watch the news. If I still have spare time before I go to sleep, I go ... read more »

A Pie Thing @ Damansara Uptown

Price: Mid-range Cuisine : Pies Catphobia-Friendly?: Yes Pork-Free Rest easy, Mrs Lovett did not have a hand in crafting the pies at A Pie Thing. The only “Mashacre” here is of the kind heaped with peas, potatoes and soulful gravy! Pies here are available both in savoury and sweet, with crowd-pleasing flavours available. They’ve got a cute system for ordering the pies too: Pie + Gravy (RM12.90) Pie + Peas + Gravy (RM14.90) Pie + Mash + Gravy (RM14.90). Or why not go all the way with the Masachr... read more »

FIQS Gastronomy @ SS19, Subang Jaya

Price : Mid-rangeCuisine : Fine dining-ishRecommended For : Enjoying expertly crafted foods without the pretentious frou-frou settingCatphobia Friendly?: Yes siree! Fancy foods in a comfy, casual space? You're looking for FIQS Gastronomy.Tucked away in a random corner of SS19, the unassuming little eatery is truly a breath of fresh air! The menu is delicate and thoughtful, and we had quite the debate trying to decide on our dinner dishes! We went with the Roasted Gnocchi (RM18) for appetizers and re... read more »

Herb Potatoes and Eggs - Great anytime, anywhere.

Was totally bored with the usual daily breakfast and oats, So I cooked up something rather different from the norm. -- Herb potatoes and celery with eggs, dressed with a blob of humus, honey mustard and a side of Fresh avocado and tomato.Ingredients Boiling potatoes, 4 small or 2 medium potatoes, rinsed and scrubbed 2 stalks celery sliced small 1/2cupcold water 1 tabs olive oil 1/4teaspoonsalt Generous pinchdried herbs or spices, such as oregano, basil, Italian herbs, tarragon, thyme, herbes de Provence... read more »

Leek, Broccoli, Potato Soup

This dish turned out to be one that I could eat every couple of days. It has leeks, broccoli and potatoes. It doesn't get any better. It is so good and so easy to make. Find the full recipe at Martha's Recipe Cabinet. read more »

Free Flow Coffee Every Friday & Saturday @ Coff...

One cup of coffee is always a welcomed accompaniment to dinner. Unlimited cups of coffee is... too good to be true? Yes, you read that right! Coffee Societe, possibly the most interesting coffee house in super-happening Publika at the moment, treats true coffee lovers with a quirky promotion. At a rate of RM10 nett, drink all the coffee you want every Friday and Saturday night, from 6 p.m. until about 11.30 p.m. Read on for Top 5 Reasons Why We Absolutely Adore Coffee Societe! #1: Astoundingly Am... read more »

Peruvie Chicken @ Taman Tun Dr Ismail

Price Range: Mid-range Cuisine: Peruvian Recommended For: An exotic spin to a routine dinner Catphobia-Friendly?: Yes This eye-catching restaurant has been gracing the increasingly interesting foodscapes of Taman Tun for a few months now, and certainly brings an exotic twist to the current dining options. Stepping into the vibrantly colourful restaurant, and being greeted by lively Latin music that tempted us to sashay our way to the table, our first impression of Peruvie Chicken was highly positiv... read more »

A Radical Potato Soup With A New Look

My friends had issued me a challenge and I decided to take it on. Well it wasn’t so much as a challenge, but more of a request to make potato soup. But knowing me, they figured that I would do something outside of your typical potato soup. Well they knew me well, and I really didn’t disappoint them the slightest. The only problem I had with this soup, is that I didn’t make enough of it. I know better next time.Peruvian Purple Potato Soup2 tbsp. olive oil 1 medium yellow onion, finely chopped 2 bay leaves... read more »

Kokopelli Travellers Bistro @ Section 14, PJ

Price Range : Mid-range Cuisine : Asian and Western Recommended For : A cosy date Catphobia-Friendly? : Yes We used to visit Kokopelli quite frequently back when it was located near University Hospital, long ago. One of the times that we had a hankering for their superb lasagne, our visit to the restaurant was met with severe disappointment when we learned that they had closed down. It was only last year that we found out that actually they had moved to Section 14, PJ, in the row of houses right... read more »

Carnaval Churrascaria @ Damansara Jaya

Price Range : SplurgeCuisine : BrazilianRecommended For : Filling up thecarnivorequotaCatphobia-Friendly? : Yes Having been heavily inspired by Latin American culture these past few weeks, what with our salsa nights and digging around for obscure Chayanne films, it was not surprising that we would end up on the doorstep of Carnaval Churrascaria, vying for a taste of a true Brazilian feast! What is churrascaria, you say? Essentially, it refers to a barbeque joint. For an in-depth explanation, the restau... read more »

Octopus salad and potatoes Insalata di polpo co...

Octopus salad and potatoes - Insalata di polpo con patate INGREDIENTSSERVES 4500 g octopus300 g of potatoesa sprig of parsleyoilaclove of garlicsaltPREPARATIONIn a saucepan, put the octopus to cook for about 15-20 minutes and let cool.In another pot put to boil the potatoes.Clean the octopus under water.Cut the octopus into small pieces.Cut potatoes into cubes rather large.Put the octopus and potatoes in a bowl.Season with garlic and parsley, olive oil and salt.Serve cold. Tuscany in a Nutshell E-ma... read more »

Backofen @ Desa Sri Hartamas

Price : Budget (for now*) Cuisine :Austrian bakery / cafe Recommended For : Middle of the month coffee/desserts sessions Catphobia-Friendly? : Yes When was the last time you paid RM4 for a good cup of latte? Exactly our point: Backofen’s prices are ridiculously cheap for the quality they uphold! Their Hot Tea (RM3) even comes with the little sealed tub of milk… Fancy! Hehe Their desserts are pretty good as well, and are a steal, with an average price of RM4.50! The extensive array they offe... read more »

German Potato Salad

Here is my version of my grandmother's lost German potato salad recipe. This recipe makes a big batch, so it's perfect for taking to picnics or potlucks. Try and make this the day before, since the longer it stays in the refrigerator, the more pronounced the flavors become. The vinegar that is added to the dressing, gives the salad a nice tangy flavor. What you'll need: 1-ten pound bag of potatoes 9 eggs 1 jar of a good quality mayonnaise (we use Best Foods, also called Hellmann's east of the ... read more »

Cheesy Potato Soup (Vegetarian)

This soup got eaten too quickly to take a good pictures.In my Pink Lemonade Poke Cake I was looking for something to do with a lot of milk about to expire. Well, here is another loads of milk recipe! This recipe is straight from stud-muffins brain, so these amounts are all estimates, since, as an amazing cook, he thinks that a pot full of milk and dont let this boil are helpful.  HOW you are supposed to not let something boil, is beyond me. I can only aspire to say unhelpful things about cooking one d... read more »

The Daily Grind Gourmet Burgers @ Bangsar Village

Price Range Mid-range Type of Cuisine Western Recommended For A meaty craving Catphobia-Friendly Yes We sometimes feel that burgers are one of the forgotten childhood pleasures, akin to that worn blue blanket that always kept you safe, that awaited visit from your favourite distant uncle. In much simpler times, going out for proper, wholesome burgers used to be a such a treat! And as our teeth sank into The Daily Grind's juicy patties, all these familiar gooey feelings can't help ... read more »

Pork, Sauerkraut and Potatoes

The title of this recipe says it all basically. Here's what you will need: 5-6 Large russet potatoes quartered 3-4 Lbs of boneless pork chops or pork roast 2Jars of Crispy Sauerkraut1/2 cup. fresh pressed organic apple juice3 Tbs. Caraway seedPlace all the ingredients into a large crock pot in the order listed above. Cook on low for 8 hours uninterupted. Garnish with additional caraway seed if desired. Serve with an Ice cold Shiner Bock. Prost! read more »


I was watching Live! With Kelly the other day and one of the guests was Rachael Ray. She was demonstrating a few recipes for Super Bowl Sunday. One caught my eye. Bacon Wrapped Potato Skins. I decided to make them at home. Now, I did not have the exact ingredients  as called for in the recipe [...] read more »

Toads and Potatoes and Finding Organic Grapes

now on my counter in a glass bowl is four cups of water, four cups of unbleached bread flour mixed together and a bunch of grapes squished and wrapped up in cotton sitting in the middle. This, in four or five days is supposed to result in a bubbly mixture of flour and water that is now home to a happy colony of wild yeast. We will see. read more »

Leftovers 101 and Cold Wednesday Soup

Knowing what a horrible thing some people think leftovers are I have to confess: Leftovers are my favourite meal. Leftovers are the best invention since sliced bread. There was never a meal so simple, so delicious, so easy, so fast. To truly appreciate the qualities of leftovers you have to arrive home after a long, [...] read more »

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