Thursday, February 01, 2007

Sunny Day Sunny Fruit

A simple sweet refreshing post.

Ever saw this brand before?Phitoy brought these over from Taiping and I was going, 'Alo, bring-lar something famous from there. Everywhere also got oranges-wat.' I gladly swallowed my words whole without hesitance upon the first bite!Hey, no need to believe me how good these are. Just tell me where they are sold here in Kuala Lumpur.

Ok, ok. I'm really putting this up more to enquire than to promote. Oh ya, Phitoy got them at RM10 for 8 palm size reddish sweet juicy oranges. 8 big ones for RM10, where to find huh? Pretty purty please share the information if you have as my stock is running low!
Note:
Been told that if oranges are not sweet, don't refrigerate them. Room temperature will further ripen them. Same goes for Mandarin oranges. Later batches are usually sweeter. True?

15 comments:

team BSG said...

u shud stby these delicacies 4 the coming PARTY.

maybe u shud ask phitoy to buy again lah !

Melting Wok said...

tummy, i didn;t know oranges r so expensive in MY one ? they looked really good though :) Right now good oranges is running for USD89cents/lb here, which is already quite expensive :(

FireHorse said...

Thanks for the tip, now I know not to refrigerate my oranges.

Precious Pea said...

Never heard of this brand before as my dad is a fan of Sunkist. Is this locally grown in Taiping? Will keep an eye from now on for this oranges.

Tummythoz said...

team bsg, Phitoy owned up. They were actually a gift so no idea where to buy! *sniff*

melting wok, that price is considered very reasonable for the size & quality. Aside from import fruits, local ones here can be quite expensive too compared to neighbouring countries eg Thailand, Cambodia and even China!

firehorse, wish u a 'tnee-tnee' CNY.

precious pea, supposedly from China. Went hunting around KL markets yesterday, not found yet.
=(

Rasa Malaysia said...

Tummy - you cannot come to the party ar? Aiyo, I already changed my date to Feb 24th liao, can ar? Anyway, haven't seen you for donkey years so it will be nice to meet up again? By the way, either Audrey or I will send out an evite to your hotmail account, so please be on the look out in the next few days. :)

Tummythoz said...

rasa malaysia-ar, my 'CNY mark attendance' duty can be quite tedious-ler. Given a choice, I rather check out all the leng-chais & leng-luis at the dinner. Really kowtow to u & Audrey for taking so much time & effort to organise this! *bow low low*

Jackson said...

tummythoz, pls join us for dinner pls! If not, i dun go too...and remember to bring those yummy oranges.

Tummythoz said...

jackson, my current stock left only 1 'biji' (how to say that in English?) so cannot share-lor. Don't say like that-lar. Now if you don't turn up for dinner sure all the leng-luis will flame me left right center.

FireHorse said...

tankiu, same to you, have a great weekend. Eat anything nice dun forget to post ok?

Rasa Malaysia said...

What is 'CNY mark attendance?'

Where do you work? I don't understand what 'CNY mark attendance' entails.

Jackson said...

well, make sure the "1 biji" reserved for me

Tummythoz said...

rasa malaysia, haha. I meet most of my relatives during CNY (Chinese New Year), a once a year activity. So, it's like an annual 'mark attendance' or 'report' ritual-lor.

jackson, now u see it, now 'gulp'.

Precious Pea said...

I was told that there is this fruit stalls in Jalan Imbi and they only sell imported fruits. You can give it a try!

Tummythoz said...

precious pea, I went to those in Imbi market, zilch.

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