Friday, October 01, 2010


One of the lights on the eve of Syawal

Curry Noodles. The noodles were made from scratch.

Ketupat Pulut Hitam (Black Glutinous Rice Cakes)

Ketupat Pulut (Glutinous Rice Cakes)

Northern–style Beef Rendang

Kuah Kacang (Groundnut/Peanut Sauce)


Bihun Goreng (Vermicelli Stir–fry)

Laksa (Rice Noodles)

Dark Chocolate Piping Biscuits

London Almond Biscuits

Kidney Biscuits

Pineapple Tarts

Makmur Biscuits

Caramel Custard

Prune Cake

Steamed Banana Cake slices

The cruisers in their traditional Malay costumes for men


Kabsa Rice

Roast Chicken and Turkey

Beef and Bamboo Shoot Curry

Acar Timun (Cucumber and Pineapple Pickles)

Potato Salad (left) and Honey & Lemon–Glazed Roast Turkey

Parmesan and Oregano Loaves

Parmesan and Oregano Loaf slices

Some homemade Eid delicacies.


Anija, said...

Gulai Rebung is my fav!

SkyJuice said...

I used to like rebung, but now I eat only when I feel like it. Not a fan of curry.

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Skyjuice:)

Greetings and good wishes:)

Amazing photos of excellent food preparations.

Culinary art is a fantastic skill and now that I get some time to experiment I try to make some simple food but they are not at all tasty.

Wish you all the best:)

SkyJuice said...

Thank you, Joseph.

Don't give up. Keep on experimenting. I'm sure you'll get some dishes right soon. :-)