Thursday, June 26, 2014

Miscellaneous Picture # 22 : Red alert

I do not normally enjoy sour food but as a kid, tomato kuaw tiaw was always my favourite. Not too much of tomato sauce yet it gives a tingly tomato taste.

Tasted one the other day in Junction but unfortunately it was too sourish!! Too much of tomato sauces. 


And I were disappointed with this Mexican pancake. Too expensive to have a roti canai-like pancake with some veggie bites and cheese in it for a price of RM12! Btw, what is a Mexican pancake??


The famous international football tournament has been over 2 weeks now! I don't watch them live as the hours are way passed my bedtime, but I catch on the highlights and delayed matches. Which team are you cheering for?

On something natural, who doesn't admire the beauty of our national flower, hibiscus!! 











9 comments:

Princess Ribbon said...

I've never heard of Mexican pancake, but from your picture, looks likes prata or wraps.. Can do your own wraps since it's just cheese and veggies inside.. I make my own wraps with scrambled eggs, luncheon meat, cheese and tomatoes, sedap!! Haha..

suituapui said...

Don't think the food there is really great - some maybe, would need to know what to order. On the whole, not in any hurry to go back there again, thank you very much.

P.S.
Don't go for tomato kway teow in Sibu...anywhere - not the same.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I do not watch football as no interest..

Hayley said...

Eh the Coca tin is so nice, can collect them after drinking, hehe! I don't root for any team, I hate football!! :p

mun said...

I like to eat sourish food! Is it tortilla? I always wanted to have a live hibiscus plant. Watching a bit of World Cup 2014 but not rooting for any team but I think Netherlands will win.

lina said...

I want to ask same as Mun la. Looks like tortilla. :)

Cheese mahal tu. LOL

Sharon D said...

I keep track of the World Cup results online, but don't watch it. Wayyyy past my bed time! Good night, Rose ;)

ChrisAu said...

The mexican pancake do look like a prata. And, sourish kuay teow? Sounds like those I ate in Sg Lembing Pahang where its call tomato noodles. Nice bunga raya!!

ahlost said...

i don't like tomato kueh teow being too sourish too. O.o