After the satisfying lunch at Co Do, we took a walk inside Mid Valley, hopping from one CD store to another. And we did spend some time inside the bookshop as well since my companion loves to read.
When it’s time to leave and I’m still cracking my brain where to get satay for Nigel’s potluck party. Of course I need to get them nearby PJ area, so my companion (PuppetSoldier)suggested that I get them at Seapark. He drove me to a familiar place which I think is nearby SS2, PJ and in front of a food court. And guess what, they have pork satay!
Finding Nigel’s house is another problem – we went round and round the housing area, admiring the big houses there for about an hour before we found it (with some help from Nigel himself). Honto arigatou, PuppetSoldier! Sorry for all the troubles.
The others, notably Tummythoz and Phitoy, Joe and Nicole, WMW, Jackson, Kusahi Keat, UnkaLeong and Teckiee were already there and as usual, busy camwhoring the goodies here and there. Luscious Lyrical Lemongrass with hubby Tim aka Bald Eagle and Boolicious came and join in the fun later on.
Teckiee prepared the authentic Thai snack, Meng Kiam which consists of 8 types of ingredients such as peanuts, sesame seeds, bunga kantan, chilli, dried shrimps and lemongrass wrapped in betel leaf (daun kaduk) and drizzle with Thai chilli sauce and sweet sauce.
As everyone busy eating and chatting the night away, Nigel mentioned about dessert and all of us immediately stormed the kitchen. There, Allan was busy arranging the pre-made meringue on the tray. He then squeezed some tapioca tapai cream onto each meringue, topped them with fruits, squeeze the tapai cream on the fruits again and voila! Pavlova is ready.
Too pretty to be eaten, I took my own sweet time to take the best shot of the finished Pavlova before I finally decided to eat it. The meringue was so divine, it crumbles as soon as I bite it and literally, melt in my mouth. Absolutely delicious!
And to our surprise, FBB dropped by with his wife later on with his Durian Tiramisu (again, drove the crowd mad). Durian and chocolate – such a good combination.
It was such a superb Sunday for me and I really had a great time. Thanks to Nigel for having us for the party and thanks toyou guys for the great food.
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