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WendyLee
This is WendyLee living in Kuala Lumpur City Center. I am a MIS, work in Kuala Lumpur City Center. I like to hang out in Kuala Lumpur City Center, Petaling Jaya (North). Korean, Chinese, Western variety, Arabian are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hotel Dining, Bar & Pub, Café, Sporting and optimistic life philosopher and Desserts, Any delish food that is cheese-related.
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Fire Crackers Sausage Smile Aug 27, 2013   (Related Review)
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Fire Crackers Sausage

Deemed as one of the Best Seller, this Fire Crackers Sausage does looks amusing enough. From the shape of the pastry to its funky name lol Obviously, the chef of the bakery has some kind of creative injection to its recipe that able to entice its guests. Look like apple pie type but taste like savoury sausage bread lol The pastry skin on the outside layer is slightly crispy while fluffy inside. Little buttery and seems to go pretty well with bouncy sausage wrapped within.

 

 
 
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Harold's Bread Smile Aug 27, 2013   
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Harold's Bread

Frankly speaking, I never expect to find such modern bakery in the middle of highway, while on the way heading to Penang. As the journey stopped for a short break, I get to explore more on this new bakery in town that seems offer a delectable array of cakes and puffs.

Harold's Bread is located at one corner nearby Agromall at Gopeng. It holds the cosy and casual atmosphere, just like any ordinary pastry shop in town. The beverage and confectionary look pretty decent and most delightfully, they do have cheese related recipe lol

 

 

 

 

 
 
Date of Visit: Aug 22, 2013 

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Bernam Bakery  Smile Nov 22, 2012   
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Actually, for these delicacies, they were coincidentally found out by my brother who was on his business trip. Who on earth would know that a bakery shop is hidden in the compound of a plantation? At least for not for me, keke tongue But am happy to know more about it after getting the help from Mr.Google lol

 

 
They are actually located in the vicinity of United Plantations’ Jendarata Estate. They are renowned for its Danish and hand made butter cookies, which prides themselves by being the supplier of sweet indulgencies to Royal and locals alike. This bakery was founded by the late Tan Sri Bek- Nielsen, who had brought in this recipe from his master chef fren, who hailed from Holstebro, Denmark.

The butter cookies were toothsome e in fact. They were very rich in butter taste and milky as well. Upon sinking your teeth into it, they literally just melt in your mouth. I enjoyed it very much and wish could have taken some pictures of the soft cookies ^^
 
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Yee Hup Hiong Piah  Smile Oct 22, 2012   
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Guess my usual mundane Monday has been spiced up, with the addition of this snack for my tea time later tongue hehe. One of my colleagues who just got back from his hometown, brought us some of the local delicacies from Ipoh.

It’s the famous Heong Piah from Gunung Rapat. This delight has since now been commercialized and made into huge production with its more lively-colored easy pack, compared to those old times, where you would find 8-9 of the pastries in one big red plastic bag.

 

 
This original Heong Piah was charbroiled with the combination of multiple ingredients like wheat flour, sugar, maltose, vegetable oil, margarine, water, sesame, salt and onion. The texture is therefore crispy and light to the taste bud. It’s flaky as well with the sticky maltose paste in between. There is also a hint of sesame aroma which has been added to bring up the flavor of charcoal broiled biscuits.

Crunch! ^_^

 
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Yee Hup Hiong Piah @ Gunung Rapat Smile Sep 20, 2012   
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I guess Heong Piah is quite synonym in our life especially to us, Chinese folks, where these pastries are usually bought as souvenirs. If literally translated, they meant fragrant pastries.

Although I don’t take Heong Piah as often as I do for Tau Sa Pia, I have heard of it all this while. Perhaps it’s just not my thing, hehe. Anyway, I still give it a try when my friend who happen to get back from Ipoh, got me this Yee Hup’s Heong Piah for a simple fare.

 
From the outside, it looks just like an ordinary biscuit. Just that it is slightly flattened balls, which is round in shape with some dashes of white sesame on the top. Then as you bite into the pastry, you feel a gluey filling. It can be sweet at times, but this by Yee Hup was still acceptable.

 
The filling is a little sticky, which is made from malt and shallots, which is then covered by a flaky baked crust and garnished with sesame seeds on the surface. Thus, the snacks as a whole, gives out an aromatic and crisp texture to the foodie.

 
Until today, Heong Piah remains popular with the Malaysian Chinese community, especially those hails from Northern Peninsular Malaysia like Ipoh, for instance. Tourists who happen to spend their getaway at the town would normally look for these bakeries as a momento for their friends, or just purely self-indulgence later ^^. And it’s quite easy to obtain as they are sold at most of the stores in town.

 
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