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2008-10-23


picture taken from http://photos.tradeholding.com/attach/hash99/61795/anchovy_642.jpg

Note from Ms. Yummy~licious:
Price ranging below RM5 per packet of 200g. Also known as ikan bilis in Bahasa Malaysia.

Note from Wiki:
The anchovies are a family (Engraulidae) of small, common salt-water fish. The anchovy is a small green fish with blue reflections due to a silver longitudinal stripe that runs from the base of the caudal fin. It is a maximum of nine inches (~23 cm) in length and body shape is variable with more slender fish in northern populations. The snout is blunt with small, sharp teeth in both jaws. The mouth is larger than that of herrings and silversides, two fish which anchovies closely resemble. The anchovy eats plankton and fry (recently-hatched fish).

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anchovye

Recipe/s that use/s this item:
Fried Rice Miss Y Style


First Commentator

Congratulations, Marzie! and thank you for your comments love! ;)

2008-10-16


photo source: http://simmerdown.files.wordpress.com/2007/09/fettucine2.jpg

Note from Ms. Yummy~licious:
While most of the time, fettucine comes in curled up form [like the picture above], sometimes it is packaged in an elongate plastic wrapper like those with spagetti, but the pasta are flater and thicker. You can differentiate it instantly.

Price ranging from RM5-7 per packet.

Note from Wiki:
Fettuccine (literally "little ribbons" in Italian) is a type of pasta popular in Rome. It is a flat, thick noodle made of egg and flour, similar to what is called tagliatelle elsewhere in Italy.
In Italian cuisine, it is traditionally made fresh (either at home or commercially), but dried versions also exist on the market.
A popular fettuccine dish in North America is fettuccine alfredo.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fettuccine

Recipe/s that use/s this item:
Carbonara Fettucine With Bacon Crisp


First Commentator

Congratulations, Marzie! and thank you for your comments love! ;)

2008-10-15

Note from Ms. Yummy~licious:
Price ranging below RM5/ box.

Note from Wiki:
The jalapeño (Nahuatl: xalapeño (pronounced /ˌhæləˈpiːnoʊ/ or /ˌhæləˈpeɪnjoʊ/; Castilian Spanish pronunciation: [xalaˈpeɲo], Mexican Spanish pronunciation: [halaˈpeɲo]) is a medium to large size chili pepper which is prized for its warm, burning sensation when eaten. Ripe, the jalapeño can be 2–3½ inches (5–9 cm) long and is commonly sold when still green. It is a cultivar of the species Capsicum annuum originating in Mexico. It is named after the town of Xalapa, Veracruz, where it was traditionally produced.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jalape%C3%B1o

Recipe/s that use/s this item:
Grilled Steak with Garlic Black Pepper Sauce
Carbonara Fettucine With Bacon Crisp