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Was once again exclusively flown to the beautiful Penang island to attend one of the most happening ‘Hennessy Artistry’ of the year just one and a half month ago.
Many thanks to Hennessy and G2PR.
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Riddle: Why should you never iron a 4-leaf clover? =)
(See the bottom of this entry for answer)
Merry Goes Round in March!
This March, the merry people at Guinness are bringing back the fun to Malaysians with a month long celebration of good friends, good food and of course, pints of Guinness, the world’s favourite black brew. Themed “Merry Goes Round in March”, Guinness St. Patrick’s celebrations will be held nationwide featuring an array of street parties, fun activities and a host of other exciting promotions starting from 1st March 2011 to 31st March 2011.
“For the entire month, Guinness St. Patrick’s celebrations aim to share the true spirit and essence of the St. Patrick’s festival that is globally synonymous with Guinness. Instead of just celebrating it for a day, we at Guinness are bringing St. Patrick’s fun all throughout March to put bright spots in the daily grind of our consumers. Keep a look out for our entertaining festivities as well as consumer promotions that make everyday a St. Patrick’s Day!” said Ms. Yap Swee Leng, Marketing Director of Guinness Anchor Berhad.
“This is the fifth year that Guinness is hosting this internationally-renowned celebration in Malaysia. Our goal is to bring the Guinness St. Patrick’s celebration to a whole new level, by offering an array of thrilling experinces that stem from the age-old Irish saying of ol, ceol and craic (a great pint, good music and wonderful fun).” she continued.
Lucky lucky me! I was merrily invited to Guinness St. Patrick’s Festival 2011 official launch at the incredible well-known GAB TAVERN at the Sungei Way Brewery!
In case you’re wondering where’s this GAB Tavern thing and there’s absoulutely nothing I should feel “Lucky” about, well then I think you should just shuddup and stop being so snobbishly jealous because believe it or not, TAVERN is like HEAVEN!
A “beer heaven”, at least.
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More than two thousand of the country’s “who’s who” gathered in the Grand Ballroom, Pyramind One, of the Sunway Convention Centre on the 21st of September 2010 for one of Malaysia’s most spectacular, world class events – the Gala Launch of the Malaysia International Gourmet Festival (MIGF).
An annual event, now into its 10th year, the Gala Launch showcases fabolous food from the 30 top fine dining restaurants taking part in the month long MIGF that runs throughout October.
The festival theme for 2010 is “Magical Chefs” and for the glittering Gala Launch occasion all 30 Festival Restaurants created especially themed stations with each amazing venue showcasing selected dishes from their Festival Menus for the two thousand VIP guests to sample. The stellar guest list included royalty, over fifty foreign ambassadors, captains of industry, leading corporate personalities and a host of local and international food and tourism writers. Add to the mix showbiz entities, social movers and shakers, fashion and lifestyle pace setters, top hoteliars and restaurant owners – and it is no wonder that the Gala Launch is considered by many to be the event of the year!
Officiating the Gala Launch occasion was Deputy Minsiter of Tourism, YB Datuk Dr James Dawos Mamit who joined Organising Chairman YBhg Dato’ Steve Day, in cutting open a giant Chef’s Hat marking the entrance to the ballroom. As the excited guests made their way in, they were greeted by an ‘orchestra’ of Festival Master Chefs’ ‘playing’ pots and pans in unison with a Latin band. Thousands of candles lit up the ballroom which was filled from wall to wall with colourful restaurant stations offering exotic Festival fare – all succulent items from the special Festival Menus that will be served at special Festival Prices by Festival Restaurants throughout the month of October.
Festival Master Chefs’ ‘playing’ pots and pans in unison with a Latin band while saying ‘cheese’ towards my little camera.
Naughty master chef behind playing his steel bowl right next to my ear!
A better picture with all the Magical master chefs of MIGF 2010.
A picture taken before the guests arrived.
Beautifully decorated with all the candles!
Had my name signed on the Guest Book.
The master chefs from Al-Amar, an authentic Lebanese Cuisine.
With the young owner of Al-Amar, Joseph. Was happily enjoying the Lebanese wine he offered before sampling other fine food.
*photos credit to Bigboysoven.com
Chef Paul Lewis
Chef Daniel Sheen and myself.
We were given a form to comment on the food
Thrilled to bump into my babygirl Junee who was there with her family.
A gift from Malaysia International Gourmet Festival.
Oh I love nicely wrapped presents!
An Oil, Vinegar, Salt and Pepper 4-piece set with the MIGF logo specially printed on.
Lovely, aren’t they?
More MIGF posts coming up soon! Stay tuned. =)
Always yours truly, Esty.
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It was just about 2 months ago when I went on a trip to Guangzhou, visiting the Canton Fair (known as the largest China import and export fair), and discovering the best Cantonese delicacies in the city itself.
My favorite travel wallet where I keep my passport, boarding pass, and other important documents.
Was surprised to see that just how cute my flight to Guangzhou is.
Air Asia’s Junior Jet Club. Adorable, isn’t it? *grins*
I saw my little red luggage! Just right there, sandwiched in the middle.
And surprisingly enough, I was on cloud nine to know that my friend was the co-pilot to fly the plane to Guangzhou when the Captain announced who his First Officer was.
So we ended up chatting away at the back of the aircraft, and I was introduced to the hot cabin crews on board.
Oh lucky me!
Carts of warmly kept delicious in-flight meal.
They were so nice to give me a box of Krispy Kreme, a cup of hot coffee, and a bottle of water.
Guess my flight wasn’t so boring afterall.
Yummy Yum! Everything tastes extremely good when you’re flying on a plane.
And then I was invited into the cockpit!
It’s my turn to control the flight deck.
Hello there sexy pilot, Edmund Tan!
Arrived safely in Guangzhou. *flying kisses*
Salute to the pilots who flew us there safely.
Oh did I mention that the landing was perfectly smooth too?
Captain and the co-pilot. *winks*
My Very First Meal in Guangzhou!
The famous Fast-Chinese-Food chain in China, the “真功夫”.
Looked like a KFC to me, but indeed they serve undeniably good Chinese food!
My Dinner Set. Well, supper actually.
Fragrant steamed rice.
Delectable steamed pork cake with preserved vegetables in it.
Mouth-watering chicken herbal soup that I was happily slurping away.
Silky smooth steamed egg that was extremely irresistible.
Another dish of heavenly steamed pork.
Well-seasoned steamed vegetables.
Little curry fishballs.
Literally means “Real KungFu”.
Happily stuffing myself in Guangzhou.
At first I thought that was a beansprout in that bowl of steamed egg.
Then only I found out that it’s a cute little fresh Anchovy!
Till then loves!
Will see you in the next entry on my Little Travel Journal.
Yours truly, Esty.