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    Nam Xing Hokkien Prawn Noodle
    Hainanese Village Centre (Lorong Ah Soo Market)

    I just love the hokkien mee here :bmsilie: maybe it's because I eat for this stall since I was a kid.
    This hawker centre was so near my house and there are a lot of nice food yet I have no time to take the food photo from here

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    Breakfast
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    Shredded Chicken Noodle
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    Sunday Breakfast with Pizza Bread, Scrambled eggs, Sun dried tomato, Potato & Chicken Sausage

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    Sharing some foods from Sushi Tei Summer Promotion.
    Sorry for the under exposure




    Potato Gyoza
    Sushi Teh (Vivocity)

    Potato, Tomato, Chicken & Pork Meat Wrapped in Gyoza Skin. Nice and crispy

    3 1/2 Stars Out of 5
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    Last edited by ntheni; 1st October 2012 at 05:21 PM.

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    Ika Fried
    Sushi Tei (Vivo City)

    Deep Fried Squid with really thick piece of squid inside

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    Mango Chicken Mayo
    Sushi Tei (Vivocity)

    Fried Chicken with Mango Mayonnaise

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    Guan Chee Roasted Duck Rice
    Hougang Ave 1 Blk 106

    1 of my favorite roasted duck stall. The meat was juicy and tender, the skin was crispy!!! The only downside for me is this plate of drumstick rice cost me $7.50....
    (I packet the duck rice and do the photo shoot at home)

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    Cheesy Sausage Wrap

    Roti prata with sunny side up, cheese & sausage topped with mayo, teriyaki sauce & italian mixed herbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntheni View Post


    Shredded Chicken Noodle
    i-Cooked
    Really i-Like your i-Cooked, simple yet so appetizing. Was viewing your thread with my boy who loves instant noodles and this particular one really got his attention: "where is i-Cooked? Shall we try?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by asthio88 View Post
    Really i-Like your i-Cooked, simple yet so appetizing. Was viewing your thread with my boy who loves instant noodles and this particular one really got his attention: "where is i-Cooked? Shall we try?"
    Wow~ Thank you & your boy for the kind words haha Hope 1 day I can open a "i-Cooked"

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    Today Breakfast: Bacon Baked Bean
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    Cheese Stick
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    Having too much cheese at home, so try out this dish to use up some of the cheese
    Last edited by ntheni; 14th October 2012 at 10:57 AM.

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    Lor Mee (鹵麵)
    i-Cooked

    I regretted adding the pepper for this shot... Looks disturbing...

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    Went to try out the Malaysia Boleh at Jurong Point. Just like the Malaysia food street in RWS, they have a few stall selling Malaysia famous foodies.
    Super long queue for every stall so I only manage to take 2 fast shot
    The plate they use don't really suit for photography. Looks oily :bsmilie"

    Food was nice but I still felt that RWS food street taste better.



    KL Hokkien Mee



    Lor Ba

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    lor ba looks good ! But love your i-cooked Lor Mee better ! Superb shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry View Post
    For food photography, I found an interesting tips from Nugene Chiang.

    "To give your photos a vintage or ‘softer’ feel, you can even try backlighting the dish with natural light so as to create a ‘washed out’ effect."
    I saw this on Canon EOS World

    TIme to eat
    Thanks for sharing!! Agreed with the backlighting part but disagree on the vintage part. May be I got the wrong idea but if the vintage feel is something like the "instagram" effect, then I feel that the food photo will look less appetizing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metranquility View Post
    lor ba looks good ! But love your i-cooked Lor Mee better ! Superb shots!

    Thanks bro, the only place that can served me Lor mee with a lot of extra helping of ingredients

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    Baked Scallops with Cheese
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    Teriyaki Salmon with Mushroom
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