Sometimes Less is More


Less is more...

A plate of Nasi Kerabu. The blue tinted rice, combined with fresh aromatic local herbs : basil, lemongrass, ginger torch buds and raw vegetables; bean sprouts, long green beans, shallots, cucumber, are combined together with strong flavored ingredients such as salted egg, fish crackers, fried beefs and sambal kelapa and budu. Boy, this is truly heaven! You can always accompany this dish by a range of side dish like curry or sambal tumis but the dish taste much better when you just eat it on its own..

So can you relate the quote?

Something that is less complicated is often better understood and more appreciated than what is more complicated; simplicity is preferable to complexity; brevity in communication is more effective than verbosity..

You have to determine what’s “important” or “enough” for you...
Have a great Sunday peeps :D


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  1. wak lebih sukak nasi ambeng jugakk.. ahHKks

  2. I don't know why I've never been able to eat nasik kerabu. Dah cuba banyak kali tapi tak bleh masuk. So I gave up.

    But it looks so good in your photo, dik. Gorgeous :)

  3. I jenguk blog you ketika I benar2 lapar (belum masak utk dinner lg).. dan nasi kerabu tu walau bukan my
    favourite tp telah berjaya buat I terliur nak menjamah.

  4. Nampak x pandai makan la nasi dagang nie sbb byk ulaman :P

  5. kenapa nasi kerabu nampak gojes di situ? y? y? y?


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