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Saturday, June 02, 2007

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Dear friends,

i would like very much to answer all your questions as soon as i can but i am not able to do it if i cannot find the comment especially in the older posts.

i would get a comment for moderation in my email during the old blogger but now it is not so and strangely enough my dear friend lee ping's comment is the only one that comes to my email for publishing.

HELP, anyone out there.

it would be of great help to me if the title of the recipe is mentioned in the comment, then i can answer the questions asap.

i have yet to answer MAY's question - auntie lily, you have not answer my question?

MAY - i am sorry, i have searched and still cannot locate the comment.

Anonymous - would like to know how to pack food to bring back from malaysia.

i hope i will locate your comment before you leave for malaysia.

thanks

23 comments:

Lisa said...

Hello aunty Lily, seem like you hv much fans :0) Wish will never.. ever... too much for you...
You are a lovely person :-x

Anonymous said...

Hi Lily,
I have a lot of successes using your recipe to make different food. I am interested to make sugar camelize (burnt sguar) type of fruits cake, do you have the recipe? Thanks and good job.

Amy.

lilyng said...

amy

i am sorry that i have not tried any fruit cake with burnt sugar but if i do get a good recipe, i might try.

Anonymous said...

Hi Lily

I have been trying a number of recipes from your blog. All of them turned up to be very good. Thanks a lot and really appreciate the effort that u put in.

I have a question relating to lye water. Would like to know whether i can use the lye water for making 'kan-sui chung'. I could not find the 'crystalised type' in Melbourne.

zara's mama said...

Hi,
Stumbled upon your blog when I was searching for home made salted egg..

Lots of recipe here! Wow. And from the looks of it, you must be from Malaysia.

I'd be coming to visit occasionall to get recipe.. Thanks for sharing.

lilyng said...

anonymous

thank goodness you posted your comment here. at first i tried looking into the chang recipe and cannot see your comment and i decided to check here.

lye water = kan sui = alkali water = alkaline water. check the picture in ban jian kuih

Lee Ping said...

Dear Auntie Lily,

I researched a bit on your question via google. There was a forum posting the same problem that you are describing. I did not see a solution but I am sure someone is trying to fix it if it is in a forum already.

Perhaps, some of your other fans who is more computer savvy can offer some more help. :)

lilyng said...

lee ping

i moderated this comment for publishing through my email while another comment i had to log in blogger.

i really do hope someone can help.

how are the beansprouts?

Anonymous said...

thank you very much for the recipes!

Lee Ping said...

Dear Auntie Lily,

Yeah, I hope that someone who is savvy in computer can help you out.

The beansprouts is getting bigger at the bean. I can see a few beans that has a short tail (about 1/2 cm). I have faith that it will turn into beansprouts soon. Recipes from you have never failed on me before. :)

lilyng said...

lee ping

how many days have it been since you soaked the beans?

i think the beans and where you are, will determine when the beans will sprouts to your liking. as long as they are not rotting they are still there.

Everything4sweets said...

Hi, nice blog :)

Lee Ping said...

I think I started soaking a day after you post your Bean Sprouts article. So, it has been a whole week now.

No, they are not rotting. :)

lilyng said...

lee ping

the beans should have sprouted and be an inch long by the 4th or 5 days. did i mention to rinse with lukewarm water.

Lee Ping said...

Dear Auntie Lily,

Lukewarm water. Got it. I will fix it. It is only 1 cm long now.

lilyng said...

lee ping.

yes, lukewarm water will be better than cold water. leave it to soak for 10 minutes if you can spare the time, otherwise a quick rinse is fine. make sure, it is drain very dry.

Lee Ping said...

Oh, that was the problem, I store the beans in water.

lilyng said...

lee ping

drain the water now and drain dry before topping with the kitchen towel and weight

Anonymous said...

Hi Lily,

I had posted my comment in your blog for assam laksa. But it is fine by me if you were to reply to this comment.

My sincerest apologies for posting to a blog from 2005. I did not realise that it is so difficult to trace it!

Thanks for your time in helping with my query. I am having a good time here at home in Malaysia =) and still have plenty of time before I have to return to USA.

Cheers,
paws

Anonymous said...

Dear Lily,
Oh dear - wht happened to the lay out of ur blog? It was so convenient to browse which recipe one was looking for! Im totally lost now. :( i wanted to thank u for ur fabulous roast pork recipe. Never been succesful b4 till today!

Susanna, Perth

lilyng said...

susanna

bare with me for awhile. my dear friend is helping me to label the recipes and i have told her to keep the name of the recipes.

i am glad your roast pork turn out good

Anonymous said...

hihi,i agree with susanna, i prefer your past layout, it was so convenient to browse which recipe one was looking for with the old layout. with this layout i thought it would b better if the labels could expand with a list of recipes under it. then one can just click directly to the recipe one was looking for instead of browsing through all the posts. Thanks for your wonderful recipes anyway=)

lilyng said...

anonymous

i too would love to have the name of recipes displayed under each label but there is no way to do it uless manually.

can antone help please

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