10 comments on “Food Police

  1. Off topic

    Did you guys watch the Finals in the World Championship in badminton tonight?
    Just as the match was coming to a close, our Lee Chong Wei was injured and had to be carried out in a stretcher.
    I thought he played very well So did China’s Lin Dan who was declared the winner at the end after the drama.

    Chong Wei is our national hero and I hope his injury is not too serious and will recover soon.

  2. Another piece of sports news!

    Nadal won his 8th title this year at the Rogers Cup Montreal 2013! Woohoo! 🙂

  3. YAY! So happy for you and Nadal, Trace 🙂

    Poor Chong Wei, he really tried his best. I didnt watch the match but read the news.

  4. Back to your post, Trace. Dont think I’ve seen those pics of David snacking. Thanks for posting them here.

    Have been eating non stop these past fews days with raya visitings as well as entertaining visiting family members. Am not as lucky as you Trace as I tend to put on the pounds easily 😦 Looks like I have to go on a diet tomorrow 🙂

    Oh yes, our char kway teow is definitely more yummy than pad thai 😀 😀 😀

  5. Shirley

    The ongoing Raya celebrations are doing me in too! 😦
    But we had a great time didn’t we? with all those visits and get-togethers.
    Definitely going on a no-carbo and no-fats diet from today though!

    You put on the pounds easily? I would never have guessed. You look so slim and put-together. 🙂

  6. Shirley

    Are you a durian lover?
    There is a new breed called Musang King which is out of the world – so tasty and creamy. It’s been out in the market for some time but Madam here is a little slow in keeping in touch.

    There is a place in PJ where there is what I call the Durian Row where there are more than 10 durian stalls all in a row and there are always crowds of people queueing and eating. Quite a market!

    I had Musang King 2 days in a row – just couldn’t have enough of it! 😀

  7. Are you following Masterchef Australia Season 4? Here are 2 vids of Amina’s visit to Malaysia recently at Mid-Valley Megamall.

  8. Hey Trace,

    Not particularly a big fan of durians but I do enjoy eating them. Gosh, I dont know if it was the Musang King that we had recently but it cost us RM50 per fruit! Ive been to one such stalls at
    PJ a few years back. Some of my family members who cant stand the smell sat in the car
    while the rest of us had a durian feast at the stall 🙂 🙂

    Yes, I do watch Masterchef Australia but not on a regular basis. I have no idea that Amina was in town. Interesting to note that she’s half Egyptian and Korean.

    Aiyo, so sad for LCW 😦

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