Thursday, March 23, 2017
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
CHOP LUCKY BAKERY
80, Jalan Tun Dr. Ismail ( Jln Templer )
Friday, February 3, 2017
Cuttlefish Curry sprinkle with a dash of roasted peanut crunch, serve with small chunk of fresh cucumber and hard boiled egg. The curry is mild.... not pedas.
Nasi lemak is served with a super hot sambal ! No roasted peanut nor small fry deep fried anchovies - replaced with a huge salty anchovy.
Restoran & Cafe 101
Kampung Baru Seri
Monday, January 30, 2017
Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine
Volume 9, Issue 4, April 2016, Pages 402–409
Authors : Ariful Alam, Sahena Ferdosh, Kashif Ghafoor, Abdul Hakim, Abdul Shukor Juraimi, Alfi Khatib, Zaidul I. Sarker.
Clinacanthus nutans Lindau is known as snake grass, sambung nyawa, etc, belonging to the Acanthaceae family. This plant has diverse and potential medicinal uses in traditional herbal medicine for treating skin rashes, insects and snake bites, lesions caused by herpes simplex virus, diabetes, and gout in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and China.
Phytochemical investigations documented the varied contents of bioactive compounds from this plant namely flavonoids, glycosides, glycoglycerolipids, cerebrosides and monoacylmonogalatosylglycerol.
The pharmacological experiment proved that various types of extracts and pure compounds from this species exhibited a broad range of biological properties such as anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antioxidant, and anti-diabetic activities. The findings of toxicity study showed that extracts from this plant did not show any toxicity thus it can be used as strong therapeutic agents for specific diseased conditions.
However, further experiments on chemical components and their mode of action showing biological activities are required to elucidate the complete phytochemical profile and assess to confirm their suitability for future drugs. This review summarizes the medicinal uses, phytochemistry and pharmacology of this plant in order to explore its therapeutic potential and gaps necessitating for prospected research work.
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Sunday, October 16, 2016
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
This is a super easy dish to prepare. The ingredients are available everywhere.
As most self-taught-chefs are not familiar with the in-and-out of the beef at the meat counter section. Which part of the meat, fresh or not, cheap or expensive, with or without bone. Thus, processed meatballs are used to replace fresh beef.
First, the daikon is peeled and cut vertically about 1.5cm-thick-wheel. Put into a claypot.
Add in 7-8 meatballs, to your liking.
Add 3-4 cloves of garlic, a spoonful of Chinese cooking wine, and black pepper powder.
Fill the water till full.
Shimmer for 3-4 hours. Turn off the gas stove before the water dries up.