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where can you buy these?

kayes



Registered: July 2008
Location: Penang Malaysia
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kayes

Registered: July 2008
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October 26, 2010 4:38am

http://penangnewspaper.com/pics6/ampbis2.jpg
kayes

Registered: July 2008
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October 26, 2010 4:40am

http://penangnewspaper.com/pics6/ampbis3.jpg
Retired Falcon

Registered: August 2008
Posts: 1,168
October 26, 2010 5:46am

Looks like the Chinese version of tandoori. Works the same way, I guess. The Heong Peng or Hong Pneah is probably from the Gunong Rapat house.
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Location: Penang Malaysia
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October 26, 2010 5:57am

http://penangnewspaper.com/pics6/ampbis4.jpg
Orange

Registered: February 2009
Posts: 3,163
October 26, 2010 6:58am

Joe is right - Chinese version of tandoori. Wonder which version is the original and which one is the duplicate. Smile


Thanks Blue Grass for sharing the pics. Love the pic. with the flame in the middle. The flame captured looks like a flower with petals dropping off. Awesome! With excellent angle, those biscuits are like big fish balls. Amazing!


The process for making these biscuits seems so tedious and slow. Wonder how many biscuits they can make per day and how much they sell these biscuits. Not very sure if today's youths are willing to learn this trade. Sincerely hope that this trade won't be like Spiderman's Char Keuy Teow - fading away ..... Sad
blue grass

Registered: September 2008
Posts: 995
October 28, 2010 12:02am

Hi Joe and Orange
I see you are both just as fascinated with the cylindrical clay oven as I was. The couple making the Heong Piah' or 'Heong Peng' has only one oven and they very kindly invited me in to see the baking which didn't take long. The man checked the biscuits and the fire down below every now and then. The fire uses dry coconut shells as fuel. This cottage industry is not in Gunoug Rapat, Joe. You may be surprised to know that it is in Ampang. We should support such enterprises to prevent these old ways from disappearing.
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Location: Penang Malaysia
Posts: 4,806
October 28, 2010 1:14am

Here is the house in Ampang Baru ....... No 268 Lorong Ampang Baru 8, Ampang Baru....... nice number by the way. Pic by Blue Grass.


http://penangnewspaper.com/pics6/ampbis33.jpg
kayes

Registered: July 2008
Location: Penang Malaysia
Posts: 4,806
March 28, 2011 4:05pm

I just noticed this. Is this a l.h.d Wira? If it is the r.h.d version then the driver probably got out by climbing through the passenger door Smile Many things people do for shade!
Orange

Registered: February 2009
Posts: 3,163
March 28, 2011 9:57pm

Ha ha Kayes so observant of you!!


This reminds me of a joke about all female drivers are lousy "parkers" (for cars) which I strongly disagree! They (for sure they are male chauvinists) laughed that even though female drivers managed to drive in and park their cars on tiny difficult parking lots but this is what their common comment is: "Park they can park lah, but after parking, they have to crawl out from the car through the fifth door!"


HELLO!! It needs intelligence to think of ways to come out from the cars. Driving into a tiny parking lot takes lots of skills. Very often, I see male drivers gave up these difficult parking lots easily. Now, who are lousy "parkers"? Smile



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