This week Dancing Post :-
Original during 1920's city of Charleston, South Carolina,US.The dance nice to watch but difficult to master, bring out a good combination of body movement with the music.Seems during the 1920's this type of dance considered immoral and provocative just like present time Popping & Break dancing
I notice the American Negro in born dancer, watch the video you will agreed with me
For more detail on this dance go Wikipedia:-
Have a Good Weekend People's
Friday, April 25, 2008
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
This week topic:- Fried Hokkian Mee
Today on my East South West Food post number 5 :-
"Behind Pudu Jail' or Pudu FRIED HOKKIAN MEE
This stall is my all time favorite
Open business during the evening from 8.30 pm till 2 am
This Fried Hokkian Mee Stall operated more than 30 years, this stall is known as Behind Pudu Jail although is not directly Pudu Jail behind.
Some reason why I think one of the Best Friend Hokkian Mee in Town:-
1. The owner Ah Swee known as stuck up man. He never greet anyone.He just 100% focus fried his famous Hokkian mee.
2. Using Charcoal
3. Prepare wait for your meal at least 30 minutes to 1 hour ( reason using charcoal)
4. Don't complain to Ah Swee why takes so long times, he will be answer if can't wait ! go away la.
5. Seems everyone knows it will take long time and seldom complain, sit and wait like Sor Hai
6. The Fried Hokkian Mee Taste orginal KL style of cooking.The aroma just fantastic.
7. Law-Mee good too, so is other Cantonese Fried Mee. Don't miss out his ' Pork Soup"
8.Even the stall at the road side lane, always crowded with families.
9. While waiting enjoy watching other people's come with posh cars
10.Ample car parking
Open business during the evening from 8.30 pm till 2 am, About 15 to 20 tables -normally pack with people's and also a lot of take away.
Ah Swee with his wife. He never Chit Chat with his customer people, always LONG FACE, his facial look as though we own him a lot of money, anyhow he cook the BEST fried hokkian mee
" Behind Pudu Jail Fried Hokkian Mee verdict: Of 5 Bananas I gave:-
Monday, April 21, 2008
This week topic:- Fried Hokkian MeeToday on my East South West Food post number 4 :-
IMBI FRIED HOKKIAN MEE
This week two post on Food I will be blogging on Fried Hokkian Mee.
Fried Hokkian Mee being my favorites, almost at least once a month Fried Hokkian Mee as my supper ( I knows it's BAD and I am unker).From PJ Paramouth to Old Klang Road to Jalan Ipoh to Petaling Street to Jalan Maharajalela to etc.
Well today I be posting one of my favorite in the KL city, IMBI
Is a corner coffee shop next to Imbi Medan Food Centre/ Honda Showroom.Day time the famous Pork Ball Noddles / Chai Kwaei Teow.
The owner of this Hokkian mee as we call him ' SING ANN CHAI' ( Four Eyes Boys - a guy wear spectacles) He being in this business almost 30 years after took over the business from his uncle. Now he had stop cooking , but the taste still as good.
If you like PJ Jalan 222 ( behind Shell Petrol Kiosk )Fried Hokkian Mee, this Imbi stall taste almost similar.
The good point of this stall, they start the business as early as 6.30pm till 1am. If you are working late in the city , a quick bite , this the stall highly recommend.
For 1 person RM 6. A lot of prawns, sotong, fish cake.I notice the Fatt Noodles quite a small potion. The sauces not so dark , and the best Good Old Hokkian Mee Aroma despite not being cook with chaco.
Quite busy during 8pm till 11pm, about 7 to 8 workers for this kind of small stall.
The Imbi Fried Hokkian Mee verdict: Of 5 Bananas I gave:-
Watch out this Wednesday post as I will blog my all time favorite Fried Hokkian Mee
Any Fried Hokkian Mee of your favorite please share share la by commenting.Thanks wor :-)