14.5.07

Journey to the Center of Food Heaven #3

Knowing a person may need just a second. Get his name, ask few questions on what he likes and what he does then you know him. But to understand a person may take years, or even life. That's is why so many couples divorce and so many friends become strangers.

So, what usually we do to know someone? To spend life together? To see and feel the one without any makeup? To know the truth and nothing but the truth?!

Knowing a city is rather fun also. Walk in the street where the ordinary people walk. Eat the food the local eat. And the best, live the way the community living. And ultimately, you can walk away and back to your life when you feel the time is up. No need to file any divorce or fight for the truth. Travel is fun!





Smelly toufu. If you say durian and petai smelly. Wait until you taste this!





Braised intestine. Looks nice? But I don't dare to try.



Oh! This is my favorite. BBQ "sotong". So original that I started to believe I had understand the city. :)

6 comments:

Tummythoz said...

Keep those smelly pieces away from me. Can't even walk pass the stalls at the pasar malams here. I'll try those braised intestines (porky's?) though.

MeiyeN said...

oooo.... really smelly okay! my cousin bought once somewhere @ pasar malam and da smell, oh my god... unbeareable but i know it tastes yummy though as proven by my own sista lol....

teckiee said...

tummythoz, mei yen: eat first then only think of the smell! I love chow tofu!!!! Too bad I have to go to OUG pasar malan just to eat.. the pasarmalan near my place all dun sell. =(

Mark said...

hehehe... I still stick with the sotong.

cha said...

I have many colleagues in Shanghai that like smelly tofu. Since they like it so much, i asked them a question, how do you tell if a smelly tofu had turned smelly? The answer: No Problem!!!

Mark said...

hahahaha... you are right, bro!