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Kev (abr. Kevin)
name
Irish, Gaelic orgin. Caoimhin.
1. adorable. 2. gentle one

Walkabout (walk-a-bout)
noun
1 (in Oz) - a walk in the Outback by Aborigines that lasts for an indefinite amount of time. 2 (chiefly British) - an informal stroll among a crowd conducted by an important visitor e.g. a monarch. 3 a walking trip.

Thursday, 28 June 2007

Food that I miss! =(

Food, glorious food! LOL… If you asked me (which Cat had) what do I miss most about Singapore, I would ….. yup food!!! Can faint right? LOL… not home, not family members, but food! What to do? Home or love ones are still contactable while I’m Australia – through phone and webcam etc. But food is another matter altogether! I can’t cook well, and neither do I know where to get all the ingredients together! So, food is definitely something which I miss the most. Therefore, I’m going to make a list of food that I’m going eat when I’m back in Singapore! I’m going to eat till rounded before going back to Australia again! LOL…

1. KFC (Australia KFC is neither crispy enough not spicy)
2. Macdonald
3. Hershey Sundae Pie from Burger King
4. Fried Kuay Teow (炒粿條)
5. Fried hokkien noodles (福建面)
6. Peanut pancake
7. Oneh Oneh
8. Mince pork noodle
9. Ah-nam noodle
10. Chicken rice
11. Nasi lemak
12. Fried carrot cake
13. Rojak
14. Duck rice
15. Tu-tu cake
16. Dumplings (粽子)
17. Ban Mian
18. Ice kachang
19. Chendol
20. Tau Suan
21. Honeydew sago
22. 叉烧 rice
23. Curry puff
24. Sushi
25. Food from Kim Gary
26. 豆花
27. Laksa
28. Oysters Omelet
29. Popiah
30. Goreng Pisang
31. Roti Prata
32. Satay
33. 鱼生
34. 油条
35. 釀豆腐
36. 卤面
37. 虾面
38. Sesame ball
39. Otak
40. 扬州炒饭
41. Nyonya kueh
42. 粿汁

Oh man! Already so many… the list can still go on and on!! How to finish them all in the one month period when I’ll be back in Singapore!!! Argh!!!!!!! I want to eat them all!!!

7 comments:

eastcoastlife said...

aiyoo, funny you want to eat KFC and McDonald's in Singapore! Local food ok lah but ang mo food?

KeV's wAlKAbOuT said...

LOL ECL... well, though they are all ang mo food, but they are quite local too!

Ok, I know it's a oxymoron or paradox, but multinational eateries like KFC and Mac etc are all very regionalised (and some even country-lised!). E.g. in Aus, the chickens in KFC are not spicy. Spicy KFC chickens are only in Asian countries like SG or Msia. So, I miss spicy KFC! LOL...

fallen angel said...

hahaha plan you food time-table before coming to sg lah... eg:

day 1:
breakfast roti prata
mid-morning ondeh ondeh
lunch chicken rice
late afternoon nonya kueh
dinner KFC + hershey pie for dessert

and so on... (can't continue cos i feel hungry typing out all the food names!)

the other way is list down possibly everything you want to eat then strike them off as you go along on sg...

babyfiona said...

yum yum, i just finished my asam laksa !burp!

Oh duck rice! had that last week.. yum yum! i send a e-duck rice want or not? ;p

daN's PortaL said...

technically speaking, u can finish the list in 1 mth (30 days) if u eat exactly 1.4 each day. erm, it's ez to work the calculations out, but how do u eat 1.4 a day ah? scratch head...

haha, anyway enjoy food to your heart's content when u return to s'pore, mate...

Jean Chia said...

haha.. easy there tiger! careful not to overload your stomach and become a fat kev. Wish u all the best in your Food Satisfaction Month! :D

Ron said...

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