Friday, March 31, 2006

Eat First Think Later - Episode 016 - Claypot Chicken Rice

Episode : 016 - Claypot Chicken Rice
File size : 4.2MB
Running duration : 8:47 minutes

Episode summary : Soon Kee Restaurant in Damansara Jaya. The coffeeshop is a corner coffeeshop around The Atria that serves nice claypot chicken rice. Listen to the podcast for more detailed review.


Claypot chicken rice with salted fish and chinese sausages.


Boiled and oiled vegetable


Steamed/Double boiled vegetable soup


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Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Win double chocolate chip cookies!

I have got good news!



See the picture above? Well, are you thinking like "Yummy! I wished I could have a piece of that DOUBLE CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE" ... "If only I could reached into that monitor to have the REAL COOKIE in my hands" ... "I don't want the recipe, I want the real thing!"

Well cookie monsters, here's your chance to actually get your hands on and few mouths full of this double chocolate chip cookies. All you have to do is email [eatfirstthinklater@gmail.com] me a picture(s) of YOU and one of your FAVORITE food by Wednesday, April 12 2006. Do also tell me why that it is your favorite food. WINNER(s) will get a container of the cookies sent to them!

*Open to all readers and listeners of Eat First Think Later

So start eating and send me those pictures!

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Sunday, March 26, 2006

Chinese medicine

It's really the flu season because after 2 weeks, I'm still not well. I feel fine but the nose is still like a leaking tap once in a while. My mom is not that lucky though. She fell really sick again after semi recovering from the flu (that she gave me...aie). Instead of visiting her usual clinic, she opted for traditional Chinese medication instead.

What sparked my interest was the way Chinese Sen Sei's do their business these days. In the past, the patients were given a prescription for their illness. Patients had to visit a herbalist and get the prescription packed, go home and slow boil the herbs and drink the medicine.

Now, all my mom had to do was go see the Sen Sei, and then collect her medication a few hours later. The Sen Sei's prescription will given to their own herbalist and all the preparation and boiling of the medication will be done there. The medicine is then packed and ready for consumption. The packages can be kept for as long as a week in room temperature.

There's no more hassle of boiling your own Chinese medicine anymore.



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Sunday, March 19, 2006

Flower that bloom in the water

Argh... I can't believe that I'm still sick after a week! I couldn't get myself to record an episode for Eat First Think Later so I'll just leave you all with some interesting pictures of a flower tea that blooms in the water. Very unique.














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Saturday, March 11, 2006

Eat First Think Later - Episode 015

Episode : 015 - New dish at Secret Recipe
File size : 2.7MB
Running duration : 5:45 minutes

Episode summary : This is a short one because I'm down with the flu and my troat really hurts when I talk.


Tom Yam (kung)


Kid's meal


Oriental Grilled Chicken


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Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Fun food pictures

A friend of mine sent me this and I thought it would be a nice to share this with you. *slurp* One of these is actually my desktop picture at work right now :P





























cake

Thursday, March 02, 2006

Eat First Think Later - Episode 014

Episode : 014 - Lin Kou (Chinese Sticky Cake)
File size : 4MB
Running duration : 8:37 minutes

Episode summary : Don't know what to do with all those leftover Lin Kous from the Chinese New Year? Listen to this episode for some tips and new ways to cook Lin Kou.


Whole Lin Kou aka Sticky Cake


Pan fried Lin Kou wrapped in springroll wrap


Lin Kou with coconut


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