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Pictures speak louder than words–here are some snapshots of the glorious Malaysian dishes.
Click on the image above to view the complete gallery of Malaysian seafood.
drool…looks good! I just happened to stumble across your site…I love the pics! I just started up my food blogging again so if you ever get the chance to check out my blog :)
Oooo…seafood and vege!!All my fave…and brings me warm thoughts of mum’s homecooked food:)Malaysian food is definitely one of the most varied lot!:D
Great Pics, gal:D
That photo set can convince anyone to buy a ticket right this minute for Malaysia…DROOOOOL! Everything single thing looks so delicious!
omg rasa, you are so talented!! it all looks so delicious and the pics are stunning.
i have a little leopard gecko that lives in one of those bamboo boats heee!
I haven’t had dinner…this looks really good!
All the pics are sooo very droolworthy..I’m a bit lost for words.
Those are some wonderful pics.
Wow! You should be on the East coast, or better yet, here in Harrisburg, PA. But then, I would probably come over uninvited.:)
I think you know how much I admire and appreciate your work.
Flew by Malaysian Airline one time, enjoy nasi lemang and other Malaysian food. Love spicy! Also those pictures make me drool.
RM! These photos are really making me hungry and at 9.45am too! BTW, I’ve tagged you with a meme, and I”ve got an award for you too. ;o)
OMG!!!! This is so beautiful!!! I really admire your talent.
welcome home bee!!!
u cooked all those food? wow… *jaw hanging down*
Your photos look like they were shot in a studio; they’re so beautiful. I especially like the Lobster Thermador shots.
How the heck did you get such good lighting at the restaurants?
Do tell us what places u went to we can enjoy the good food too! U have nice pictures!
Oh my! These photos are amazing. And they look delicious.
there’s a fly in the asparagus..juz jk..lol
Hi RM, gorgeous set. I’ve NEVER eaten Malaysian food but your photos are extremely promising. I especially like the fried shrimp. A lot of the food looks very Chinese. do you usually shoot your photos during the day or do you bring a portable light box with you?
I feel so noob looking at your photos lol. Can I know what camera are you using and do you do post-processing to your photos?
*Admire* x n
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