Tuesday, September 18, 2012
pais ikan (small fish with sambal, grilled in a banana leaf), (ii) otak-otak (rectangles of fish fillet, spiced with chillies, garlic, shallots, turmeric, lemon grass and coconut milk, grilled in a banana/palm leaf).
Pais Ikan being grilled...
I also stopping by to get myself fresh coconut drink and bought a few 'Jeruk Buah' and 'Local Biscuits'.
Kampong Buntal is about one hour drive from the City.
Monday, October 11, 2010
I have been to Serikin a couple of time but never bother to buy things.This time I went with purpose to take pictures .
I also want to see for myself about the gossip I heard from mouth to mouth about preserved seafood such as dried shrimps,dried squids and dried salted fish is believed that this product were preserved using EMBALMING chemical to keep it long lasting.My curiosity about this gossip so I stood in front of the stall selling this product for about half half an hour.To my astonishment not a single fly or insect did infest these sea foods.
There are also merchandise for sale in Serikin that many young girls love to buy such as the item in the above photo.
The cinnamon stick and other spices & herbs that we can buy at a very low price in Serikin .
All the above picture was edited with LR3 presets that I download for free from the web.Credit to the author or creator ,Thanks.
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Hey everyone,I'm back !!.You probably noticed that I haven't posted anything since last Wednesday.So what,the picture to-day.You want to know about the picture? Oh...it's just a seafood of clam family.This is some sort of clam or snail that requires a toothpick to dig out the meat or flesh.The flesh taste good dipped in chilli sauces.
Another local delicacy and this one they chop one end of for sucking ,then counter suck from the other end to get the flesh out.
All this perhaps belong to clams family,It's just like eating clams,mussels or stuff like that.Same texture but different size and same taste .