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Apom | Wai Sek Kai 喂食街| Chai Leng Park, Perai

If you like to eat something sweet after dinner, this Ah Pom that located at Lebuh Kurau 5 (Wai Sek Kai喂食街), Chai Leng Park is a good choice for them. The stall that selling Ah Pom is owned by a Chinese auntie; she operated this business for more than 20 years. For those who stay surrounding Chai Leng Park should be know about this Ah Pom. Previously, she was selling the Ah Pom at Chai Leng Park market during morning and at Wai Sek Kai (Wai Sek Kai喂食街) at night. Since I was kid (5~6years old), I like it very much already. May be you will ask me "What's so special?", because you can find Ah Pom/Apom/Apong anyway. I can tell you here, the taste is totally different compared to other Indian style Ah Pom/Apom/Apong.

 

Cha Dango 京の茶だんご | Japan

Dango is a Japanese dumpling made from mochiko, rice flour. There are many varieties of dango in Japan and normally three to four dango are often served on a skewer. The texture of the dango is very similar to chinese glutinous flour ball (tang yuan), especially the plain dango, not only the texture, the taste is almost close to tang yuan. On this post, I would like to share on the Cha Dango from Kyoto, Japan 京の茶だんご. It is a green tea flavour dango where only sells in Kyoto area. I have never see this brand of dango in Tokyo.

 

Longan Konnyaku Jelly (Crystal Jelly)

Konnyaku jelly is a "QQ" type of jelly. I made this during our house party. This is a favorite dessert that my little niece likes to make. To make this, just follow steps at the pack. First, mix konnyaku powder with sugar. Boil a pot of water, when the water is boiled, slowly pour in konnyaku and sugar mixture, stir the mixture at the same time. Get ready jelly mold and your favorite fruits. When jelly is boiled, pour into jelly mold. Remove jelly fom mold when they are completely cool. Keep in fridge before serve.  

 

Mother's Homemade Kaya Jam Recipe

I have this homemade kaya recipe from my mother while she made kaya jam last Sunday. The ingredients used are very simple but I was impressed with her patient during the cooking process. It was really time consuming to make the delicious kaya. You need to stir the mixture continuously during the cooking process in order to get the smooth texture kaya. If this time consuming version does not suit you, go for this version, which only required less than 30 minutes to get your kaya jam ready.
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BlueberryFarm_13The summer holiday in Japan has started on last Saturday. It is an one week holiday. I am very happy that I have a great time to enjoy and rest on this long long holiday.

Today, I have visited to a blueberry farm to pick blueberry. This is the first time I visited blueberry farm in my life. Full with excitement, I arrived in the farm.

In my mind, blueberry is sour. I don't really like sour fruits and I prefer sweet and nature taste. But out of my expectation, the blueberries are so sweet, juicy and tasty. I really have a shock and wonder, "why are blueberries sweet?" Haha...

To enter the farm, need to pay 300yen. (About RM10)

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Blueberry farm...

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Blueberry tree full with blueberries...

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Sour blueberries in red/white

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Blueberries fall on floor

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Blueberry flowers

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Blueberries I picked

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Summer bug

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Dead summer bug

Besides blueberries, I saw other fruits, such as rasberries, kiwi, and others...(I don't know the name of the fruits...)

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Rasberries

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Kiwi

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My blueberries!

This is a very good experience in my life. I am very happy to pick the blueberries today. Thanks my trainer and his family for bringing me to the farm. I am satisfied with the fruits I picked. Cool





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#5 MnY - Yong SH 2013-04-22 10:37
Hi Zhi Shan,

I can't remember the place, but you can try this http://www.bensfarm.com/
but blueberry picking season is during summer

And I found another link, I believed it is the one I went before
http://s-blueberry.blogspot.com/2008/08/blog-post_7746.html

Hope this will help.
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#4 Guest 2013-04-22 10:34
Hi Zhi Shan,

I can't remember the place, but you can try this http://www.bensfarm.com/
but blueberry picking season is during summer

And I found another link, I believed it is the one I went before
http://s-blueberry.blogspot.com/2008/08/blog-post_7746.html

Hope this will help.
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#3 Zhi Shan 2013-04-21 15:18
hello. can i know how to get to this farm? thanks!
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#2 Zhi Shan 2013-04-21 15:16
hello. can i know how to get to this farm? thanks!
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#1 Zhi Shan 2013-04-21 15:12
hello. can i know how to get to this farm? thanks!
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