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Me Me Me Blessed Biscuits

Are you drooling over these??

Not to worry, not I do one... please rest assured..

But I am thinking of eating these "crunchy looking" famous chocolate chips from Brea's Bake. Don't wait for Christmas to buy for your friends or for yourself, everyday is a blessed day for eating and giving, am I right?

Before much ado, here are more details on these fabulous cookies by Cynthia...

The cookies comes in 3 variety of flavours and baked fresh from oven every day.....

1. Chocolate chip & almond cookies

2. Chocolate chip & walnut cookies

3. Chocolate chip & raisin cookies

Price: RM20 per pack excluding delivery

Delivery Charges:

RM12 for maximum of 3 packs (for Peninsula Malaysia). Additional packs will cost RM3.

RM25 for maximum of 3 packs (for East Malaysia). Additional packs will cost RM6.

Overseas courier charges available upon request....

Delivery will be done by the courier man.....the carrier man can.....

Cynthia can be reached at this email tan.aust@gmail.com

My special poem to Cynthia "Brea's Bake"

DON'T LOOK EAST.....DON'T LOOK WEST
BREA'S BAKE IS ONE OF THE BEST!!

Comments

  1. my fav... looks delicious... I think will try soon...

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  2. thanks Claire... you just make my day!

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  3. cath:please do,..


    cynthia: anytime, me me me!!

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  4. love your tagline...maybe Cyn should make it her tag line :D

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  5. Ya, her cookies is the best. Sedaaaaaappp!

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  6. kathy: hahaha.. like my younger days, we wrote in autograph books..


    cleff: cepat dimasak, sedap dimakan!

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  7. Looks good.....should have nice aroma too!

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  8. Читаю статьи на данном сайте уже какоето время! И говорю щас что буду продолжать просматривать ваши статьи :D

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  9. looks great and delicious! You need loads of comfort food lately!

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  10. Yummy! But I dun want to add calories!! : )

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  11. These look so delicious and homemeade. Do you buy them often?

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  12. Nice rhyme... Have you tried 'em choc chip cookies yet? Oooooo...they're heavenly. VERY nice - very fragrant, rich and not too sweet. The famous ones - hard...as I think too much sugar, so too sweet. No these. Ummmm....are you placing orders? You need my mailing address? Muahahahahahaha!!!!

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  13. Mwhahahahahah... LOL-ed at Cikgu's comment. LOL... I oso wan join. Claire, u got my mailing add anot? LOL!

    ps: Just a joke, ya? LOL... I go bodek the tukang masak herself. Faster. LOL... straight from oven.

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  14. pete: you are in KL.. can smell more.. hahaha..


    jarlin: yeah, i cannot resist!


    chris: is that a hint of sponsoring???


    ginny: she is a blogger fren..


    foongpc: eat first.. think later..


    stp: ok ok.. please email over.. seriously!!


    cleff: u and kathy tak payah la.. hahaha... u 2 can go and help with the remains.. hahaha...

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  15. Now I know, you can do a very nice slogan. Look at the last 2 sentences in red, you can win the best slogan award.

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  16. sheohyan: when it comes to real contests, my words wont come out one. hahaha..


    caroline: yeah they are!

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  17. The cookies look so yummy....

    Nice poem you did there. haha

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  18. I'm drooling all over my desk! If want to order, have to email Brea? Where's she located?

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  19. mnhl: thanks!!

    jessie: you can email to her.. it is there.. thanks!

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  20. I baked some cookies this morning, as a gift for my Japanese friend when I visit her tomorrow. I saw your photos in Osaka last year, Japan is really beautiful. Leaving for Kyoto tonight.

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  21. mingna: wowowowo... enjoy yourself!!!

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  22. yummy, it is christmas time! my all time favorite cookie is a chocolate and walnut cookie!

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  23. dina:yes.. mine too!


    wenn: lets try.. hahaha

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  24. Anytime is a good time for a chocolate chip cookie. So enjoy.

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