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Kampung Durian Season Is Out

AGUNG BIRTHDAY... I did not know it was a holiday today until someone told me last night.  It used to be on the 6 June, as far as I could remember.  Anyway, everyday seems to be a holiday to me... that is why I need a few seconds to think what day it actually is.... and it is Monday today.

I had a busy weekend, I spent my Saturday morning sending my car for service and I was told to wait 3 hours.  Mana Boleh???  I quickly SOS my friend who came to pick me up... we went to do some chores, buying groceries in old town and Bake With Yen.  After that, we went searching for durians!  Bought some in First Garden before proceeding to Pengkalan to get more from a regular seller.  All in all, I myself bought 10 durians!  They cost RM10 per kilo and I spent nearly RM90 for them.  Not too bad, a very fruitful loot, no name durians, just the original ones called Kampung Durian.
Can't wait to get home to open them myself...
So I ate some at my friend's place.... 
The Originals... real Village Durians....
Ate a fair bit and took home the rest....
Called my neigbour over to help me open them.... 
And now I still have two tubs in my freezer...
Will slowly savour them bit by bit.... 


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  1. I bet they won't last long, they look very fresh!

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  2. We have a Bake With Yen outlet here but I've never been, dunno good or not. WHAT? RM90 for durians??? *faints* LOL!!!

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    1. Rm90 for 10 durians is a very good price.

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  3. This is the best way to eat Durians. Bring them home and open them to eat in the comfort of your home.

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  4. It is time to eat till you drop with durians. :D

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