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An Insider Guide to Penang Hawker Food


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Hi there, I am Rasa Malaysia. My food blog is at http://www.rasamalaysia.com, a blog about Malaysian food, home cooking, and Malaysian recipes.I have just written a comprehensive guide about Penang Hawker Food. If you are going to Penang, you should not miss out the street food there. It's voted as the best by Time Asia 2004. http://www.rasamalaysia.com/2006/10/inside...er-food_12.htmlHappy eating. Rasa Malaysia

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Hi Rasa Malaysia

Thanks for the summary! Nice pics on your blog.

Intriguing recipes too - cincaluk with steamed egg is a new one for me! I love cincaluk fried with fatty pork - the asam jawa and cincaluk really whets your appetite....have to eat copious amounts of rice with it :raz:.

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Rasa Malaysia, I just bookmarked your site. I'll be preparing some of the recipes you posted in your blog soon. Thanks for blogging!

Doddie aka Domestic Goddess

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Welcome rasamalaysia. Your blog is a wonderful guide. My best friend and I were in Malaysia just after finishing university in 1992 and we ate almost exclusively at food stalls, which we found by simply stumbling upon them. I can only imagine the experience I will have the next time I visit, when I am armed with such great information. Thank you!

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As a Malaysian born Chinese, now an ex-pat sometimes frequenting the area... yeah, it's good... very good... didn't know how much I missed it all...

thanks for putting up the blog... but do share with us here too... chew, discuss!!

"Coffee and cigarettes... the breakfast of champions!"

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Shiwie - Yes, cincaluk with steamed eggs is very good. You should try. I know the pork dish too, another childhood favorite. My mother's specialty.

Domestic Goddess - thanks for bookmarking http://www.rasamalaysia.com. Happy cooking and eating. :biggrin:

JC - do check it out often and leave me your comments. :blink:

Shaya - yes, street food is absolutely the best in Malaysia. You should go back to Malaysia and visit. It's Visit Malaysia Year next year. :smile:

SheenaGreena - thanks. I will definitely hang out here more often. :wink:

PCL - yes, I will share exclusive pictures of my food here too...stay tuned. :hmmm:

Asian food and cooking recipes: http://www.rasamalaysia.com
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