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26 August 2010

Spices of Life


There has been a lot of drama flying around pertaining to food reviews on blogs which got me into thinking about the appreciation of food.

To me, the review of food do not stop at the eating, tasting and ambiance. I am sure everyone would agree with me that it is more than that.

To me, tracing the food back to its origins is also part of the fun. How was it prepared? What was used? Where are the ingredients from? How were the ingredients grown and harvested? What do you know about the place from which the ingredients originate? What's the story behind the establishment (assuming you are not eating in)?

Yes, that's quite a mouthful (no pun intended) but hey, that's just me.

I very tam jiak and very inquisitive one.

Prince-In-Law correctly pointed out that the reason why I am so into exercising and all that is so that I can eat and drink more.

I couldn't put it more beautifully than that.

Check out the clip above on Ah See's wonton noodles at Chop See Kee kopitiam in Batu Pahat.

Perhaps a road trip up when I return to Singapore.

- Voxeros

4 comments:

Fresh Fry aka 福星 said...

include me for the road trip! ME ME ME ME ME!! *WIDE GRIN + blinky eyes*

maybe we go KL too, i show u all the chow i love best!

JayWalk said...

If I can figure out the logistics i.e. a car.

It's a good idea to go for a road trip.

Fresh Fry aka 福星 said...

and we can jio more people to eat more too! possible to rent a s'pore car to go up?

JayWalk said...

Yes it is possible. Just need to pay a slight additional to cover extra insurance.

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