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May I Introduce....

When I was in Penang yesterday, I received a sms from Cynthia, telling me that her dragon fruit mooncakes that I ordered, were on their way to IPOH and would reached around noon...... cham..cham... I was thinking, how ah... then suddenly I thought of my good fren, Tammy.. she was the one I rely on when my dragon fruit mooncakes was being delivered, told her to meet Cynthia's brother in Poi Nam School, near to her working place, fortunately.

Thanks Cynthia for the special delivery, thanks to Tammy for receiving them on behalf.... (here, I bagi u 1 kotak, courtesy from yours truly)



For those who wants to order mooncakes for the coming festival, just tune in to her blog at Me, Me, Me!! She will attend to your orders personally....

Another blogger I would like to "expose" to you all, is none other than Merryn...she is also very talented... for those of you who have kids and not-so-creative like me, then go to her blog.... she has lots of tips for u to keep your kids busy..(well, at least for an hour or two, i guess)

She has this talent for art and craft, handiwork, origami etc etc... all that I don't have...hahaa.. creativity, patience, all these comes together. So if you like to know more about crafty work, do hop over to her blog... u won't regret it! I don't want to say so much, it might spoil the "broth" ... lol...

Well, that is for this Friday... Have a great weekend, everyone!

Comments

  1. wow.. Eugene will hate me.. hehee.. coz I am the first one to comment here.. muahahha... *sorry, Eugene*..

    and Claire thanks for the introduction.. :)

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  2. u r welcome... hope your mooncake biz will blossom... :)

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  3. aw claire, u made me blush! thank you so much for the kind 'exposure'!

    wow, the mooncake went to the moon and back eh? so jauh dia travel..

    i wonder if she manage to get the mickey mouse mould (she told me she wanted to get it!).. coz ethan will definitely love it!

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  4. Merryn..they r in my fridge now... tomorrow i will eat..now too full cos took supper earlier...
    well, u r indeed very good in art ma.. i have to salute u.. hahaha..

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  5. my moon only arrive tomorrow...supposed to be today..

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  6. Hi Claire, thanks i am doing very great here! What about you? Just read your previous post you get sick is it? Now getting better? Ohh i see your mooncakes make me think back last year. Actually my bf and i both met in the mooncakes festival. wow we almost get 1 year anniversary soon! That's very fast! Anyway how's your dragon fruit mooncakes taste like? Is it juicy? HeHeHe...

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  7. Rachel, mine was supposed to be tomorrow, but the moon cannot wait so they came yesterday... :)

    Aeiween, every year moon cake festival will be very special for both of u then! Be happy!

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  8. Wah .... you moon finally reaches you!! Cynthia is very good in making those mooncakes ya :) Looks lovely :)

    Yup, Merryn is definitely very talented!! I salute her too :)

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  9. Those mooncakes would go perfect with my café con leche (coffee/milk)! They look heavenly! :)

    Enjoy your weekend!!

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  10. Ahhh ....what a yummy looking foodie you have in here Claire. Guess I have to visit the Chinese Restaurant here, they have moon cakes there too.

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  11. First of all,i never get to be the first commentor in your blog, clair, and that really makes me sad sampai i lost my appetite eating moon cakes liao.

    second of all,just want to tell you i have finally met up with STP in Penang,thougt it was a brief one but i promised to buy him and his dauther a lunch before he flies out of Penang.

    Thirdly, i didnt take my wife to secret recipes for she already knew what she had to know ,hahahah.

    Fourtly, are you still feeling tired and having cough

    Fifthly,you must drink a lot of water instead of eating blog, drinking blog,,,,.ok.

    take care now

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  12. Mommyangel, u all young mummys sure know how to cook very well.. when my kids were young, i was working full day, so i rely on my maid to cook and sometimes catered too :(


    Scarlet, yes, u must try mooncake with coffee.. IPOH is famous for its white coffee..u will love it!


    Amy, nowadays mooncakes are expensive over here, one can fetch RM10... which is a bit too expensive for me...hahhaa..


    Eugene, don't be so serious la.. i know u and wife no secrets one.. going to secret recipe is one of the norm.. if secret, surely u wont disclose in yr blog leh..
    so,..u met up with stp, i think no chance for me cos i be going on the 29th and that is the day he will fly off..i said maybe i can send him off in the airport..haha...
    dont worry..i no blog like crazy, i m not coughing, no..but my left eye macam kembang a bit.. maybe read too many xxx emails..hahaa.. just joking!

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  13. Hey how is the taste of the mooncake? Dragon fruit mooncake... first time I heard of it....

    Anyway, u take care.

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  14. hi CheeYee, first time i see a different skin too.. i m very wai sik, love to try anything new...

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  15. if im right,this type of mooncake is called "pink phee" or cold skin,hehe...

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  16. yes..ping pei...nice when chilled..

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  17. i have never heard of dragon fruit cakes. they look tasty mmmm

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  18. Wow nice mooncake.. how much it be costing anyway? But I am not in Ipoh how to buy? =x

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  19. wah! First time I see dragon fruit mooncake wo! How is the taste, nice boh?

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  20. I remembered saw your comments at Cynthia's blog about the mooncake order and now the mooncakes really infront of your eyes.
    I have ordered some mooncakes from her too and now anxiously and excited to have a fist bite of it.

    Totally agreed that Merryn is a very talented person in craft work. Oh ya, her son too. :-)

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