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DMBLGiT December 2007: Host Award Winner http://rasamalaysia.com/dmblgit-december-2007-host-award-winner/
January 12th, 2008 9 Comments

DMBLGiT December 2007: Host Award Winner

Thanks to the great news from my fellow Malaysian blogger Mandy at Fresh from the Oven, my satay jellyfish entry won one of the 3 special host awards of DMBLGiT Dec 2007 hosted by Food and Photography.

Thanks to Food and Photography for selecting me as one of the winners and congrats to all who won this monthly photography contest. To view my post and complete photoset of satay jellyfish–my favorite childhood junkfood–please click here. To view my previous DMBLGiT-award-winning pictures, please check out the following…

  1. Steamed Scallops with Soy Sauce and Garlic Oil - September 2007 First Place Winner
  2. Bacon-wrapped Cherry Tomatoes – July 2007 Second Place Winner
  3. Chive Buds – June 2007 Originality Winner

Have a good weekend!

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9 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Dave, 'LunaPierCook' says:

    Bee, that photo is positively astounding. Besides that, I had no idea jellyfish was even edible. Thank you for presenting this dish so beautifully.

  2. sc says:

    Congrats! here’s to many more awards to come! :)

  3. One Food Guy says:

    I love the use of the river rocks. Great photo, seriously great. Congrats on the victory.

  4. Ling says:

    congratulations!

  5. Kama says:

    Way to go RM. Your writing and photography are well and truly recognised and appreciated now. Congrats. You truly deserved this.

  6. JEP says:

    Congratulations…beautiful!

  7. Nilmandra says:

    Ah, that photo brings back so many childhood memories :) Congratulations!

    Btw, you have been tagged! More information over here:
    http://soyandpepper.blogspot.com/2008/01/tag-it.html

  8. eatdrinknbmerry says:

    Congratulations Bee. I first thought that those were chicken skin yakitori, which I love. But I would eat these anyday. Jellyfish is one of my favorite things to eat at Chinese banquet dinners.

  9. Nic (KHKL) says:

    congratulations on your win! must say your photos are inspirational, not to mention appetising too! here’s to more!

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