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hai there..i just want you to try a malay kuih/dishes from malaysia.
it is very simple. you just type malay cuisines in yahoo and google
and try to look at malaycuisines.com. try it...

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sham wrote:
hai there..i just want you to try a malay kuih/dishes from malaysia.
it is very simple. you just type malay cuisines in yahoo and google
and try to look at malaycuisines.com. try it...


I don't suppose you have a connection to that site.... Why don't
you post some recipes here if you want us to try them?

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Jean wrote on Sun, 07 Sep 2008 09:41:20 -0400:

sham wrote:
hai there..i just want you to try a malay kuih/dishes from
malaysia. it is very simple. you just type malay cuisines in yahoo
and google and try to look at malaycuisines.com. try
it...


I don't suppose you have a connection to that site.... Why
don't you post some recipes here if you want us to try them?


Better yet, find a Malay restaurant if you can. Even if the menu seems a
Thai-Vietnam- Indonesian fusion, the food can be delicious.

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sham wrote:

hai there..i just want you to try a malay kuih/dishes from malaysia.
it is very simple. you just type malay cuisines in yahoo and google
and try to look at malaycoosines.com. try it...


I found this instead:
http://www.malaysiancuisine.net/

It looks much better than that other site with the unnecessarily
large print and obnoxious colors.

-sw
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Jean B. wrote:

sham wrote:
hai there..i just want you to try a malay kuih/dishes from malaysia.
it is very simple. you just type malay cuisines in yahoo and google
and try to look at malaycuisines.com. try it...


I don't suppose you have a connection to that site.... Why don't
you post some recipes here if you want us to try them?

Why would I want to enter the site name in a search in google or am I
missing something? Anyway, I found that thai and khmer cuisine is often
quite similar (or so my colleagues said when I was in Cambodia) - how big
is the difference to malay I wonder.

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On Sun, 07 Sep 2008 13:50:39 GMT, James Silverton wrote:

Jean wrote on Sun, 07 Sep 2008 09:41:20 -0400:

sham wrote:
hai there..i just want you to try a malay kuih/dishes from
malaysia. it is very simple. you just type malay cuisines in yahoo
and google and try to look at malaycuisines.com. try
it...


I don't suppose you have a connection to that site.... Why
don't you post some recipes here if you want us to try them?


Better yet, find a Malay restaurant if you can. Even if the menu seems a
Thai-Vietnam- Indonesian fusion, the food can be delicious.


where do you go, james? i've been to mandelay once since it moved from
college park, but that's burmese, i think.

your pal,
blake
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James Silverton wrote:
Jean wrote on Sun, 07 Sep 2008 09:41:20 -0400:

sham wrote:
hai there..i just want you to try a malay kuih/dishes from
malaysia. it is very simple. you just type malay cuisines in yahoo
and google and try to look at malaycuisines.com. try
it...


I don't suppose you have a connection to that site.... Why
don't you post some recipes here if you want us to try them?


Better yet, find a Malay restaurant if you can. Even if the menu seems a
Thai-Vietnam- Indonesian fusion, the food can be delicious.

I was sooooooo disappointed on my last trip to a Malaysian
restaurant, which are few and far between in the Boston area--two
that I can think of, down from three. I actually did not get a
favorite and instead cleverly got chicken (changed from shrimp)
with green beans in a sauce made from shrimp paste, which I love.
The sauce was not good! I would have been better off making
something from shrimp paste at home. :-(

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Martin S wrote:
Jean B. wrote:

sham wrote:
hai there..i just want you to try a malay kuih/dishes from malaysia.
it is very simple. you just type malay cuisines in yahoo and google
and try to look at malaycuisines.com. try it...

I don't suppose you have a connection to that site.... Why don't
you post some recipes here if you want us to try them?

Why would I want to enter the site name in a search in google or am I
missing something? Anyway, I found that thai and khmer cuisine is often
quite similar (or so my colleagues said when I was in Cambodia) - how big
is the difference to malay I wonder.

I find them to be quite different, although some dishes can be
similar.

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blake wrote on Sun, 07 Sep 2008 14:54:10 GMT:

Jean wrote on Sun, 07 Sep 2008 09:41:20 -0400:

sham wrote:
hai there..i just want you to try a malay kuih/dishes from
malaysia. it is very simple. you just type malay cuisines
in yahoo and google and try to look at malaycuisines.com.
try it...


I don't suppose you have a connection to that site.... Why
don't you post some recipes here if you want us to try them?


Better yet, find a Malay restaurant if you can. Even if the
menu seems a Thai-Vietnam- Indonesian fusion, the food can be
delicious.


where do you go, james? i've been to mandelay once since it
moved from college park, but that's burmese, i think.


The Penang on Bethesda Avenue (in Bethesda of course!) is quite good.
They deliver in a small area but they will take orders from me on the
phone and have the food ready in 10-15 minutes. It takes that long for
me to get there. I believe they have another branch in DC.

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