Thai food has three distinctive flavours - sweet, sour, and spicy. In between that, fragrant thai herbs burst through and keeps you coming back for more!
The Panasonic GX85 with a macro lens

My new toy, the Panasonic GX85 has built in image stabilization and flutters oh so gently in my palms when the shutter is pressed. A delightful gadget it is - and below, a showcase of its powers:
Green chicken curry
Another staple, classic pandan chicken
Fried chicken with ginger. You can't have too much chicken when ushering in the year of the chicken!
Thai Fish with lots of herbs and spices

Who could resist a free ride on the MRT that launched but isn't connected? Well, one does not have any choice when car keys fall into pieces, literally.

So off we go to take a free ride on the MRT. Uber becomes too expensive when you need to travel from one end of Selangor to the other. While not fully completed, we decided to check it out anyway since we were stuck in Sunway Damansara. The access to the MRT station from Sunway Giza mall was just a short walk away.

Keeping out the jumpers from the tracks
Three shades of blue

The MRT was pretty empty, which is expected given that you can't really get onto it from a different line but hopefully that will change once everything is completed. In the mean time, it is possible to catch a shuttle bus from Pusat Bandar Damansara MRT station to KL Sentral.

Those in Kajang can go shopping in Damansara real soon
UPM will be connected too!
No warnings to "hold the handrail..."
This might come in handy one day.
New buses

Overall it was a pleasant journey that cost RM 0.

The best meals are home made and have no more than 10 ingredients in them. It might not be as convenient as buying food from the shop, but the portions, quality of ingredients are handpicked, cleaned, sliced and diced with love care. Plus it just tastes better unless you're going up against a restaurant serving up a 10 course meal.

Today we're using Kanokwan from Thailand! It is not so spicy to me, but consider yourself warned on the spiciness level.
Ingredients :
(1) Coconut Milk
(2) Tomatoes
(3) Onions
(4) Coriander
(5) Thai Basil
(6) Brinjal
(7) Chicken
(8) Kaffir Lime Leaves
(9) Potatoes
(10) Green Curry Paste
Thai Basil - what an amazing herb.

Heat up the pan and saute the onions in a little bit of olive oil. Pour in coconut milk, mix in the green curry paste and bring to boil. Add potatoes (which have been pre microwaved for 5 minutes), chicken, and why not everything else too! (thai basil, brinjal, kaffir lime leaves, tomatoes). Add little bit of water and bring to boil. Cook until vegetables are soft and chicken is cooked.

Tada! Green Curry with lots of chicken, brinjals and potatoes in less than 30 minutes

I always make the mistake of adding too many brinjal and chicken, resulting in a pan that is almost overflowing... but no regrets there! And the only thing better than green chicken curry, is green chicken curry with black rice.