26 days agoInsta-PostsComments Off on got too excited so i forgot to take pic with my new friend, Myland from Indonesia. but here is the tempeh starter she gave me. woohoo!! terima kasih mbak Myland seronok dapat cakap bahasa dengan kamu
27 days agoInsta-PostsComments Off on i CANNOT believe i just did this! after watching almost all videos on Skillshare about Photoshop and Illustrator for weeks – here i am – another step forward in my creative journey. thank you Creator for creating those people who created these awesome magic softwares. i u!
28 days agoInsta-PostsComments Off on if you google the word elephant now , you would most probably come across some sort of news about killing or torture of elephants somewhere in this world. why are we human so inhumane? when will we learn to live in harmony with other beings? we treated animals as though they are made for us. for our entertainment. to serve us. for our consumption. to be our slaves. all beings are here for their own reason, as do we. it is about time we realised that.
May 21, 2017Insta-PostsComments Off on •masak lemak cili padi daging gandum dengan kobis cina •turmeric coconut curry with seitan and chinese cabbage •curry de curcuma e coco de leite com seitan e repolho chinês i my malaysian foods and masak lemak cili padi is one of my favourite. i remembered the first time tasting this dish at my aunt’s friend’s house in Kuala Pilah when i was maybe about 6 or 7. it was super spicy and i fell in love with it right away. though we lived in Negeri Sembilan (i was born in Segamat but grew up in Gemas), this was not a common dish in our house – maybe because my grandparents and family were still not accustomed to Malay dishes at that time, being new migrants (my grandfather is from India, my grandmother was born in Malaysia but her parents are from India). so when i was living in Malaysia, everytime i went to a restaurant or a food court – masak lemak cili padi would almost mostly be my first choice. this with sambal petai. everything else can take the backseat i couldnt find cili padi (bird’s eye chili) here – so i used bhot jholokia. it was explosive!