Food

7 Courses of Beef

by David Ng

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Grilled Beef
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How to Make Sushi
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Hong Kong High Tea

by David Ng

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Hong Kong High Tea
Hong Kongers really love their high tea. Usually around 3 to 5 pm in the afternoon, Hong Kongers like to take a little break in their busy day to sip a cup of tea and have a side of bread or two.

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LA Farmers Market

by David Ng

in Food,Travel

Farmers Market
Farmers markets usually mean fresh fruit, produce, and meats. And that is exactly what you will find at the “Original Farmers Market” in West Los Angeles.
Unlikely many other open air markets though, shops at Farmers Market are all stationary instead of your tent booth. And best of all, they are open everyday.

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Illegal Hot Dog
Most Los Angeles inhabitants are no strangers to the illegal hot dog. Illegal hot dog? What are you talking about…?

Well, I am obviously talking about the bacon wrapped hot dog usually found around the street corner and in front of clubs of downtown Los Angeles.

Bacon wrapped hot dogs are so good you can smell them from miles away but why are they illegal anyways? More information after the jump.

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Fruit Stand
Here in Los Angeles you may find the ocasional street vendor selling oranges and strawberries but in Malaysia, don’t be too surprised if you find a little more than your basic fruits.

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Egg Tart on the Rack
Walking around Macau I soon found myself quite hungry and craving a quick bite.To my luck I walked past a store selling Portuguese egg tarts. What luck! Just exactly what I was looking for.

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Wet market
In Hong Kong, they have something they call a “wet market.” Known to locals as “Gaai Si” or street market (when translated literally), it is like a supermarket except even better.

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Buffet
Genting Highlands has a boat load of entertainment. There is something to do for everybody no matter what your idea of fun may be.

After a day of fun at the casino, arcade, and amusement park I hopped on over to the Genting Highlands Buffet to fill my empty stomach.

The buffet is Las Vegas style, featuring delights from many corners of the world.

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Chicken
One of the things that I constantly find myself missing when not in Asia are the night markets that are filled with so many scrumptious goodies. Sure there are places in Los Angeles where you can get food at midnight but nothing compares to the night market food scene that you have in most parts of Asia.

Here in Cheras, Malaysia, a night market that spans farther than the eye can see gather every Wednesday. This event brings in hundreds of food vendors weekly , making even the food truck festivals here in LA look like a joke.

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