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Do you love Cantonese food? If you came from China or you like eating native cuisines of China, then it seems that you do not need to visit China just to satisfy your food craving for Chinese foods. You do not need to travel away from Portland because there is a restaurant in Portland that offers and serves Chinese food in Portland. If you do not want to go out and dine then why not call and get Chinese food delivery in Portland. There you’ll find Chinese food restaurant in Portland that aims to promote Cantonese foods to all people in Portland. Looks like that even not Chinese people love to eat Chinese foods. There are now many people who love eating Chinese people. It is one main reason why there are several entrepreneurs find it profitable to open a Portland Chinese restaurant. It seems that to start and build your own restaurant is a great way to generate income because there are many people who crave for Cantonese foods.
If you are a Chinese citizen and you are here in Portland then it seems that you will not miss Cantonese foods in your hometown since there is a restaurant in Portland that offers Cantonese foods. No doubt, those authentic Chinese foods are cuisines that can capture food craving of many people even those people who are now Chinese. Chinese foods are popular in Portland that most people in the place love to eat. To visit the restaurant that offers Chinese foods is indeed a great way to experience and to know why many people love authentic Chinese foods. If you are so busy that you cannot afford to go out and dine outside then you do not need to worry because the restaurant can deliver foods that you want to order directly to your residential or commercial property. You just need to call and the restaurant will deliver it to you. If you want to treat your family and friends then to bring them in the restaurant would be a great way to make them feel happy. You can order Cantonese foods so that they will also know why many people love to eat Cantonese foods. For sure, you loved the idea that there is a Cantonese restaurant in Portland that gives opportunity for many people in the place to eat delicious and authentic Chinese food. With so many Chinese restaurants around Portland, the possibilities are quite endless. Choose a restaurant that is popular with Chinese food and known to provide quality deliver service. So the next time you’re pressed for time, just pick up the phone and let a good Chinese takeout handle the rest.
Although I want to make authentic foods from the regions of the world they come from, I sometimes have to adapt ingredients because of my food intolerances. Indian food is one of the cuisines that I love, but I need to be careful not to eat it too often because of all the Yogurt and Cream that is used. So, the other night I took a recipe for Indian Chicken and used Coconut Milk instead and I loved it. The recipe was from my friend Deirdre who is an amazing cook and she is especially good with Indian food. This dish involves marinating Chicken overnight in Yogurt (although I used Coconut Milk) combined with Indian spices and Lemon. The next day, I baked the Chicken and then added it to a sauce that I made with the rest of the Coconut Milk along with canned Tomatoes and Indian Spices. I thickened the sauce with Almond Flour. I also added slices of Asian Eggplant and it was divine! I served it with Buttered Basmati Rice and couldn't eat enough! This recipe may not be authentic, but it delicious - rich and creamy and exotic with spices. If you'd rather use Yogurt, of course you can and it will be much more authentic, but I'm going to make this dish over and over again just this way!
After a distance of 10km of cycling we reached a "T" junction and took a brief breather. I always like cycling along this route it's so refreshing with lesser vehicles (especially lorries) as compared to Genting Sempah. At last we reached the state border between Selangor & Negeri Sembilan, a place popularly known as Perez (officially is Peras). Initially I thought that was the end of the ride for this stretch and will head back to the "T" junction to ride on to the other side of it. I was wrong and had to proceed beyond the border to Titi. I took the challenge and making my first crossing beyond this border to a town called Titi. 3 said back to Batu 18 but the rest said "this way to Titi". Some of the attractions along my ride to Titi. My first visit to Titi. The town of Titi is a simple and quiet place comprising mostly single storey shops.
Hakka is the main dialect so if you can speak this lingo you are at home. One of the 2 shops we visited for food, this shop sells kueh kuih and amazingly there are so many types. After all we were hungry. Titi are absolutely friendly. The colour and variety of these snack foods are truly amazing some of them cannot be seen in Kuala Lumpur. The selling price is RM0.60 per piece and the portion is generous. This was the shop we chose for our break. My cyclist friends were enjoying the delicious foods and drinks. We had a good time chatting and sharing our love for cycling. My pick for the day. As I have said the people in this town are very friendly, not only they served us noodles the lady boss helped us to arrange for a truck. Within minutes this comfortable vehicle came answering our prayers. These were the four who opted for an easier way out for the difficult stage i.e. Titi to Perez. After all, we just want to have fun and I respect the rest who took the challenge. Kenneth helping Daniella with her flat tyre. A patch that did not work for her and had to abort her ride shortly after leaving Titi. Watch out for this Iron Lady she will surely be back. My salute to these cyclists taking the ultimate challenge to cycle back the toughest route. Tony our saviour who made easy our 23km ride from Titi to Perez. Thank you Tony (we will be back on July for your durian).