Provence Bakery@ Holland Village 3

Without a doubt, Demona has turned into a die-hard Provence Bakery Zombie Fan..
Zombie-mona: I …. need… Provence Bakery…………………..

What to do, I being the resident chauffeur have to wake up early on a cozy Saturday morning to satisfy Zombie-mona’s cravings for some Japanese Carbo!

Third Visit to Provence Bakery in 2 weeks for Demona from KL!!
I had the fried sausage bun. OOOOOO… the bun was very very lite, buttery and chewy. It is not oily as compared to most typical fried sausage bun…I like!

Another close up picture of the buttery fried sausage…..

Chocolate Danish: Zombie-mona’s favourite on her third trip to Provence. Dark gooey chocolate fillings ooozing out from the fluffy danish…. It is light and not overly sweet. Beautiful!

Cream Cheese Sesame Bun: Fragrant cream cheese butter in the middle of the black sesame bun. It was pleasing but not amazing. So so la…

Home Cook food@Delft


Following are some snapshots of food I cooked in Delft, Holland in 2004 during my studies there.
Beautiful place beautiful pll and beautiful memory..
Forza Poptahof!
my first home made meal in Holland. Brough it to school for lunch but I was dead hungry 30mins after eating this. It took awhile to get used to eating bread for lunch/dinner without getting hungry during winter time.
brussels sprouts in spicy tomato sauce. ( the small dishes are done by our columbian friend, Adriana. It’s mashed avacado, tomato salad + fried banana. not bad.)
old amsterdam cheese, old gouda cheese plus spicy cheese.
Roti Goreng
First attempt on rice in holland

trout chinese style