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The picture shows the scallop I bought last week. I found it in the super market near my company (in Japan). It was a fresh scallop, 120yen each, but I get it for the price of 60yen (about RM2.20) after 50% of discount. After wash, I cooked it together with the shell directly above the gas, the shell acts as my cooking pan and the scallop was my main dish Wink . While it was about 80% cooked, I added soy sauce to the scallop and ate with rice after cooked.  

 

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Durian Chiffon Cake Recipe

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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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