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Wenjer Leuschel (X)  Identity Verified
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Pratha Roti? Oct 7, 2006

Pei Ling Haussecker wrote:

我不知道roti canai的中文称呼.

Chinoise wrote:

可否提供图片?^_^

Zhoudan wrote:
像我们这里的麦糊烧
我很喜欢吃印度飞饼


[Edited at 2006-10-07 01:51]


印度飛餅在台灣稱做印度酥餅,用料應該和 Roti Canai 差不多,只是做法顯然不同。

http://surinaamsekeuken.web-log.nl/surinaamsekeuken/2004/07/pratha_roti_zon.html

Pratha Roti 加了酥油,桿勻了捲起長條,切段拍平了再煎成,所以稱酥餅。Roti Canai 則是由於用手抓拉甩成薄皮煎成的做法,有人稱為抓餅或甩餅。

兩種都好吃,配醬料又是另一種學問了。台灣有許多南洋來此生活的人,什麼南洋食品都有,跟他們一同吃飯很有意思。我特別喜歡和孟加拉人一同吃飯,用手抓,吃起來特別香。


 

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馬拉盞 Oct 7, 2006

這個東西是非常好吃的, 非一般的辣椒醬可比. 十分美味.

 

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第一次听说“拉茶 (teh tarik)”。 Oct 7, 2006

它看上去有点像意大利的“卡普契诺(Cappuccino)”咖啡,我特喜欢喝。

Pei Ling Haussecker wrote:

拉茶 (teh tarik)

来配印度飞饼.




[修改时间:2006-10-08 11:36]


 

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没错,彤彤-- Oct 7, 2006

你们这几位“祖国的花朵”都给人“今年二十,明年十八”的感觉,十分讨喜,万分可爱。:D
redred wrote:
今年二十,明年十八
Chinoise wrote:
早晨八九点钟的太阳,祖国的花朵——毛主席的叮咛和寄语。



[修改时间:2006-10-07 11:58]


 

redred  Identity Verified
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ad. Oct 7, 2006

今年二十,明年十八(白丽美容香皂) ——经典广告语。
一代又一代的花朵已在茁壮成长——新时代广告语。


 

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萨其马 Oct 7, 2006

北京点心萨其马.

I was confused about the origin of 萨其马 until now. A colleague brought some Baklava to work one day, and I thought it tasted a lot like 萨其马.

http://www.jqeat.com/zhmc/jc/200410/995.html

http://www.qingke800.com/news/show/13
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北京点心萨其马.

I was confused about the origin of 萨其马 until now. A colleague brought some Baklava to work one day, and I thought it tasted a lot like 萨其马.

http://www.jqeat.com/zhmc/jc/200410/995.html

http://www.qingke800.com/news/show/1370

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http://www.greek-recipe.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article76

http://www.natashascafe.com/html/baklava.html



[Edited at 2006-10-07 16:26]
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wherestip  Identity Verified
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Forever Young Oct 7, 2006

redred wrote:

今年二十,明年十八(白丽美容香皂) ——经典广告语。
一代又一代的花朵已在茁壮成长——新时代广告语。



Some women here are always 29.

[Edited at 2006-10-07 18:47]


 

Wenjer Leuschel (X)  Identity Verified
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香港也是南洋人愛前去謀生的地方 Oct 7, 2006

Angus Woo wrote:

這個東西是非常好吃的, 非一般的辣椒醬可比. 十分美味.


香港也是南洋人愛前去謀生的地方,當然可以吃到許多南洋美食了。


 

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萨其马 Oct 7, 2006

wherestip wrote:
北京点心萨其马.


萨其马是满族食品,我小时候父母就这样告诉我。而且,没错,的确应该叫做萨其马,而不是如今电视广告上某公司讹传的 Sha Qi Ma,那个发音是 Sa,而不是 Sha,把传统民族食品这样乱改名称不妥,而大众传媒的力量足以使假的成了真的。把确凿 Que Zuo 硬改成 Que Zao,并推广之,媒体也出了不少力吧?


 

peiling  Identity Verified
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:) Oct 7, 2006

还没. 昨天中秋节“喜福居”暴满,所以又放弃了.改天.
是啊,Castro象个Chinatown.那家HK Chinese Bakery就是在Castro.
"矮小门面"?这倒要找一找了.你怎么这么熟这地区?也住在附近吗?可以来个powwow.
我跟你一样,也是不喜欢夹豆和花生的. 只要有豆和花生的东西我都不大喜欢,当然也有例外.
我一直以为三藩市那么大一个Chin
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还没. 昨天中秋节“喜福居”暴满,所以又放弃了.改天.
是啊,Castro象个Chinatown.那家HK Chinese Bakery就是在Castro.
"矮小门面"?这倒要找一找了.你怎么这么熟这地区?也住在附近吗?可以来个powwow.
我跟你一样,也是不喜欢夹豆和花生的. 只要有豆和花生的东西我都不大喜欢,当然也有例外.
我一直以为三藩市那么大一个Chinatown肯定会有好多好吃的,所以到处寻问,反倒忽略了自家门面.现在立即反省.

David Shen wrote:

Pei Ling, 上次你说就住在“喜福居”附近,有没有去那儿嚐嚐味道?其实你的周围好的中餐馆不少,“喜福居”再往南3分钟就是CASTRO街,步行可达。那儿是MOUNTAIN VIEW镇中心,店铺大多是华人经营的,称“山景城”,是旧金山湾区最中国化的地名。Google就是在这个街区内诞生的,距你一箭之遥。这条街短短的好象还不足二百米,可是中国餐馆不下一、二十个,那儿有个矮小门面的川菜馆很正宗,要是你仍然找不到好吃的,那你的要求太高了!

你说得对:美国找不到好吃的粽子。那是没新鲜竹叶包的。中国的粽子各地品种丰富,杭州上海一带来的人,知道的是“嘉兴粽子”和“湖州粽子”, 嘉兴鲜肉粽,个个大如拳,带皮五花肉馅者尤佳;湖州花样粽,个小而呈条状,鲜肉、豆沙为最受欢迎。来美国后,我也吃到过各种风味的粽子,包括越南粽,可怎么也比不上家乡的粽。夹豆和花生的我尤其不喜欢。真是“无双必竟是家粽”。

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Cappucino 我也爱 Oct 7, 2006

Teh tarik 是热热的奶茶(通常红茶加condensed milk)泡好了之后在两个壶/杯之间'互拉','拉'的越高越好,引进越多空气形成茶杯上的泡泡.那奶茶温度此时也正好,不烫了.

Chinoise wrote:

它看上去有点像意大利的“卡普契诺”(Cappuccino)咖啡,我特喜欢喝。



 

wherestip  Identity Verified
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Pet Peeve Oct 7, 2006

Jianjun Zhang wrote:

萨其马是满族食品,我小时候父母就这样告诉我。而且,没错,的确应该叫做萨其马,而不是如今电视广告上某公司讹传的 Sha Qi Ma,那个发音是 Sa,而不是 Sha,把传统民族食品这样乱改名称不妥,而大众传媒的力量足以使假的成了真的。把确凿 Que Zuo 硬改成 Que Zao,并推广之,媒体也出了不少力吧?



I agree with you, Jianjun. Now that you mention it, I've been wondering about this too.

我注意到不光是有乱改某些字词发音的现象, 普通话历来的抑扬顿挫似乎也渐渐磨灭了. 电台的广播员说话语调都很奇怪. 说难听一点儿讲话的速度和停顿有点像旧社会的喇叭花似的.

BTW, I'm basing my comments on my very limited exposure to some news clips I've seen here and there on the web. So I could be entirely wrong. But I definitely have noticed some differences in the way news people talk compared to the '60s and '70s.

Not that there's anything wrong with it. And I also mean no offense to proponents of the modern sound. It's just that I personally much prefer the straight forward tone they used to deploy in news delivery, IMO 较为朴实顺耳.



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这个你都爱? Oct 7, 2006

真不容易.在英国读书的时候,如果煮belacan(馬拉盞),所有的老外都会逃难似的离开厨房.
馬拉盞最适合煮空心菜,羊角豆,etc.吃laksa的时候也加一点更香!

Angus Woo wrote:

這個東西是非常好吃的, 非一般的辣椒醬可比. 十分美味.


 

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Homesick now!! Oct 8, 2006

I just read through the last two pages of this topic, and now I'm homesick!!! The roti canai (we call it "roti prata" in Singapore) and teh tarik Peiling introduced are what I have back home too!!! I love roti prata. I can have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In recent years, special twists were given to the prata. Besides the plain and egg pratas, you can even get ice-cream pratas. Don't ask me how they make them!

Peiling mentioned laksa in one of her replies. Here it is:
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I just read through the last two pages of this topic, and now I'm homesick!!! The roti canai (we call it "roti prata" in Singapore) and teh tarik Peiling introduced are what I have back home too!!! I love roti prata. I can have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In recent years, special twists were given to the prata. Besides the plain and egg pratas, you can even get ice-cream pratas. Don't ask me how they make them!

Peiling mentioned laksa in one of her replies. Here it is:
http://www.culinary.com.sg/nlaksa.jpg
Oooo, I love it spicy with lots of dried beancurds.

My favourite Singaporean food is chwee kway:
http://www.makantime.com/images/hawker/chweekway.jpg
The magic is in the radish! There is no way I can get chwee kway here in Germany, but at least my mum mails me a packet of radish once every few months. She doesn't allow me to eat too much of that stuff though because it is too salty. Oh no, no, no... my chwee kway craving is coming up...

You have to check this out: http://www.makantime.com/indexadvice.html (click "Popular Dishes")

It's 2.15am now. I was actually about to go to bed, but I think I will make myself a roti prata with sugar (can't find curry at this time!!) instead. I count myself lucky--the Asian shop here sells frozen roti prata!!

Denyce
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印度飞饼配拉茶-- Oct 8, 2006

感觉一定很好。

Pei Ling Haussecker wrote:

Teh tarik 是热热的奶茶(通常红茶加condensed milk)泡好了之后在两个壶/杯之间'互拉','拉'的越高越好,引进越多空气形成茶杯上的泡泡.那奶茶温度此时也正好,不烫了.

Chinoise wrote:

它看上去有点像意大利的“卡普契诺”(Cappuccino)咖啡,我特喜欢喝。



 
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