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This Is What I Call FOOD MARATHON!

After the durian fest in SS2, I was kind of feeling sleepy already, this is what I called Gluttony.. I thought it would be nice to have a wink or two at the back of the car while Papa Kucing drove me back to where I belonged. I estimated the journey back to Sungai Buloh would take half hour or so and I just sat back and relaxed and closed my eyes... hmmmmm....

Just when I thought I was going to dreamland, the car came to a stop... "Huh... reached already? So fast..?" No, the car was parked at the back lane and Papa Kucing said, "Jom, let's go down!" Serious???
Yes, he was indeed Serious!
I was ushered in here... 
Sri Grand City!!
Where about is this, don't ask me... 
hahahahaa...
ooopsss.. whose hand is that? 
So many people at this hour.. 
I think it was around 5pm or so... 
Tea time, right?
So I just ordered a drink... and that was it...
My stomach was just too full..... already!
But to my amazement, this came....
Looks so good, eh.... 
Then these kueh ketayap...
Looks so good.. I couldn't resist.. 
Ok, that should be enough.... 
One bite!
Then another one appeared on the table....
AND ANOTHER.........!!
I really couldn't believe it....
 
AM I supposed to finish all these???
HEY PAPA KUCING!!!  
ANYTHING ELSE COMING????
Mama Kucing showed the Sign Of Peace....
Don't worry, Be Happy!
Just EAT!
OH ME!  OH MY!!
Where shall I start??? 
 I guess I have to eat them real Slow and Steady.....

After some long minutes, all the food were "walloped"
Many thanks to the Kucings who finished them all...
I really.. I REALLY COULDN'T!
Come to think of it...
Within 5 hours, we had 4 FULL MEALS!
I had never done this before.....
I rest my case...
Thank you Kucing Family!
This is what I call...
FOOD MARATHON!




Comments

  1. I don't mind being kidnap by the Kucing family, didn't ask for ransom, instead bring you on an eating spree. What is that call?..looks like an egg with coconut milk.

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    1. That egg with coconut milk is supposed to be called Apom... Yes, I don't mind being taken for a makan spree and free.. hahahaa..

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  2. I thought Mama Kucing meant: "2 more dishes!" XD

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  3. Claire looks so paiseh in the photos and mamarazzi has this success victory hand sign meaning feed Claire until full. Yalar can understand why Claire cannot eat anymore because she is a small eater.

    Luckily kucing family can finish the food or else wasted only. Thanks, now I know another place to eat apam and idly. Didn't know about this place before.

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    1. Mun, you understand me very well.. yes, small eater but very wai sik.. likes to try a bit of everything and hoping the others can finish them all... hahaha..

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  4. wah, what a Kucing Family with 200% hospitality!! surely they will feed you with all the nice food, like you did the same to them in Ipoh, this is "revenge", muahahaha!! but never mind lah, the food all looked so nice leh, "sik duck si fook" mah, right?? :p

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    1. Yes, Yes!! Got appetite EAT... don't wait till too late... :)

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  5. wow, what a great place! so many uncommon snacks here, would love to visit there! wanna join me for food marathon in Pg Claire? :D

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  6. I'm craving for that kuih ketayap!

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    1. You also like that? Me too especially the fillings are enough and juicy!

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  7. Really a food marathon, good la, it's 'fook'! =)

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  8. Wah looks like fun time.. I see your 'piu ching' I wana laugh.. The meal ok la, not heavy, just kuih and roti (with egg), I think still ok kot.. Lucky can still wallop all the food..haha.. Eh so wat was for dinner? I bet the next pose is dinner..

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    1. hahahaa... I know you can wallop them all... still growing age ma.. but auntie here needs more time to digest! Oh dinner??? That word never came out that day! hahaha..

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  9. Ahhhh!!!! I see somebody I know. Hello there!!!! *waving frantically*
    It's like that with the Kucings...they will feed you over and over and over, eat till cannot walk! Such wonderful people!

    Ya...me too! Old people like us, no stamina...after lunch, want to go back and nap liao!!!

    This looks like a very popular place, so many people. Food must be good. I've never been... *wink wink to the Kucings* :D

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    1. Yes, Eat Till You Snooze!! That was what I wanted to do but never expected to be brought to another place.. Surprises pop up... Ok, I really enjoyed my food time with the Kucings.. hope to go for the marathon again!!

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  10. Wow, the Kucings are so much fun, and doing unexpected things. Looks so good! What is the egg dish?

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    1. It is called Apom... flour with egg and sugar... very nice!

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  11. hah..hah..hah... Seriously lah, I wish I were there. I would have helped you to sapu....

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    1. Seriously ah.. next time I hope to see you there too!! hahahaa..

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  12. Memang sangat terer lah!

    Betul betul marathon ni! LOL

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    1. More terror than your marathon, Lina? hahahaa...

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  13. How come u eat eat eat and no get fat geh.....

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  14. wah, I salute the Kucing family coz they really can eat! I tink I will 'tak larat'....with all those durians, tong suis and now some kuehs....I guess I will have to refrain from taking anymore foods until the next day dinner..*digestive system overload!

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  15. Lol! How to eat like that within 5 hours? Stomach not even digest the food. lol. But mama kucing and family were very hospitable, brought you here and there.

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  16. Hahhah...that reminds me about our trip to Sibu with the Kucing's family.

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  17. Its like you read my mind! You seem to know a lot about this, like you wrote the book in it or something.
    I think that you can do with a few pics
    to drive the message home a bit, but other than that,
    this is excellent blog. A great read. I'll certainly be back.

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