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Sunday, 4 October 2015

SIAMESE LAKSA, HOME & LIFESTYLE EXHIBITION.

It was only last week I was here at Pusat Makanan Ye Sing, Jalan Dato Haji Megat Khas, Ipoh. It is next to Paragon Hotel, Ipoh, near to Kg. Simee. I was with my foodie friends for the Siamese Laksa and Assam Laksa. This afternoon I was back here again with hubby, also to enjoy both the laksa.
This was our appetizing lunch.

A bowl of Siamese Laksa (Laksa Lemak with coconut milk) for me.

A bowl of Assam Laksa for hubby.

Deep fried stuffed fish rolls.

Crispy deep fried soya bean squares.

Mung beans + barley sweet drink (tong sui). Just nice for us, not too sweet.

This is the Laksa stall with all the information on display.

While we were enjoying our laksa, a lady told us that we should also try the chee cheong fun on the trishaw. The chee cheong fun starts business about 1.00 pm.

On our way home, we passed by the stadium and hubby wanted to check out some home products on exhibit.

Exhibition ends today.

Car show before the entrance to the indoor stadium.


Stadium Indera Mulia - Ipoh's Indoor Stadium.
Opposite is the outdoor stadium.

Ipoh has been covered with a foggy blanket of haze. Photo taken at 12.45 pm.

Many are complaining of sore throat and bad cough.

I took a quick snapshot of the front of the stadium and went back indoor. As we entered, we were told to register at the counter to receive a free gift.

This is the only photo I took in the exhibition. How wonderful if I could have this in my garden.

On the way home after the exhibition. Photo taken about 2.00 pm, but looked like evening.

We couldn't differentiate whether it was raining or just the haze.

These are the free gifts we received at the counter. These cute bunnies kitchen timers will come in useful for me.

The whole Bible was given to us by inspiration from God and

is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize

what is wrong in our lives;

it straightens us out and helps us do what is right.

(2 Timothy 3:16, The Living Bible-TLB)

41 comments:

  1. Nancy your food is diffferent from Polish one. The bunnies are lovely...

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    1. Thank you, Gosia. Yes, just like your food is different from ours. Have a beautiful weekd!

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  2. I want to try those fried soya bean squares! Never seen anything like that..

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    1. Angie, they are very crispy. Have a beautiful week!

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  3. I have to tell you that I had to Google most of your food as I didn't know what they were. So glad you enjoyed your meal.
    All your photos are great despite the weather.
    hugs

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    1. BJ, lol! I hope by now you would have known more of our food. Thank you, BJ, have a beautiful week!

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  4. Hi Nancy,
    I like Assam Laksa too ! Oh those cutie bunnies!

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    1. This place, I will go for the Siamese Laksa!

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  5. Oh yummy on the food. You do eat so very well.

    I hate the haze. We are still in harvest here and the dust is flying. Everyone is coughing and congested. I'll be glad when we can get some clean air to breathe.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Oh yes, Sandee. Over here the weather is just as bad. Have a beautiful week!

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  6. my all time favourite siamese laksa :) there is another one in Hollywood coffee shop that sells siamese laksa...good too...we will slurp down the gravy hahaha

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    1. My favourite too. I have tasted the Hollywood Siamese laksa too.. Not easy to get good, tasty Siamese laksa and assam laksa nowadays.

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  7. The curry and assam laksa both look delicious. I could eat them if not so spicy.

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    1. These are very spicy at all. To me, they are very mild so you will be able to enjoy them.

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  8. What great kitchen timers, a wonderful gift.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. A very useful gift to a forgetful person!

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  9. I liked everything, Nancy! Those fried soya squares were posted for me. Yum. I really like hazy days. So much very bright sun here. Beautiful stadium; must have been a fun day. Thanks for sharing it.

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    1. Thank you, dear. The only good thing about hazy days is that it is not hot because we couldn't even see the sun!

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    1. Yes, it is getting from bad to worse. It is very hazardous.

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  11. The haze looks terrible, Nancy! The food looks great, and I love the fountain! :)

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    1. Thank you, Linda. I love that fountain too!

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  12. You're making me hungry with your dishes Nancy, yum! I'm very sorry about all the haze. I hope it finally clears soon for you and all the others who suffer.

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    1. Thank you, Joyful. Due to the haze, we have stopped our walking exercises until it clears up.

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  13. Cute bunnies!! And I would love to have some water feature in my back yard too. ^^

    Haze is bad over there so you do take care. Stay indoor and drink more fluid. Wear mask if go out.

    Kuching has been enjoying good weather since last week. Hopefully stay like this!!

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    1. Thank you, Rose. I do hope that Kuching will be clear of haze and for us over here, hoping to see it clears off too.

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  14. You have me salivating over the laksa, Nancy! It looks delicious. I'm craving for one now.
    Hope the haze clears away soon. There is little improvement at my corner. Take care! :)

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    1. Sharon, over here the haze condition is still the same. Very gloomy situation!

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  15. I am hungry looking at the laksa. My wish to have a garden like this too. Nice free gifts.

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    1. I am also dreaming a garden like this, where we can sit and relax.

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  16. Never tried Siamese Laksa before, got chance, will loves to try that...

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    1. Its one of my favourite. Very few stalls selling this nowadays.

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  17. So far, i also not tried Mung beans + barley sweet drink (tong sui), usually it just mung bean alone, or barley sweet drink, have not tried mixed before...

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    1. Sharon, surprisingly it tastes good, better when boiled separately.

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  18. Asam laksa would be nice.

    Here very hazy too. Wish it would rain

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  19. Nancy, given a choice I would have asam laksa. No, I want both hah..hah... Kitchen timers are very useful. I use them quite often so that I don't forget about my dish in the oven or over boil my eggs!

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    1. Ha ha...not easy to decide which laksa to take.

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    1. Thank you, Francisco. Have a wonderful Monday!

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