Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Italian Food @ Pimento, Tropicana Golf & Country Club, Petaling Jaya

wine, spaghetti with homemade meatballs and crispy crackers with balsamic vinegar

Weird but true fact no. 1 - I can still eat Italian food even though I spent 2 weeks eating it nonstop in Italy. True fact no. 2 - Italian restaurants seem to be popping up in the city like mushrooms after a heavy rainstorm.

yummy pizza - salmon with gorgonzola

For those who know me well, they should know how easily I get bored with my food. After a few days of eating mundane food in the canteen (cheap but not so cheerful fare of chapati, fried beehoon and chicken), I was dying for some good food. Since this place was relatively near plus far from the maddening crowds and traffic down in Kuala Lumpur city, it was deemed ideal. The pretty good review on Sean's
Eat Drink KL blog also helped me make a quick decision. Even though we had to make a monetary contribution to the PLUS coffers, we thought it was well worth the trip.

They must have did away with the alcohol after reading Sean's review. Definitely needed loads more to make it more happening. And those are not worms on top but chocolate curls that resemble it.

Since it was late at night, we just went with the flow and took the staff's recommendations hence we had the spaghetti con polpette (tomato sauce with homemade meatballs, RM24) and the smoked salmon with gorgonzola pizza (RM28). The pasta was tasty stuff and came with 3 huge meatballs sprinkled with loads of chopped curly parsley. Not a very big portion compared to the giant portions I got in Italy but still good nevertheless. We also enjoyed the thin pizza shaped in a rectangle and topped with tomato sauce, gorgonzola cheese, mozzarella cheese and smoked salmon pieces. I did find the smoked salmon a little bit salty for my liking though but it was still tasted good especially with the thin crackly crust. The gorgonzola cheese is not very strong hence this will be ideal for those who don't like smelly cheeses. For sweets, we ended up with the tiramisu (RM18). Seems it is homemade stuff in a bowl - coffee soaked sponge with a layer of whipped mascarpone sprinkled with cocoa powder and chocolate curls resembling curled up worms. I guess my alcohol tolerance is pretty high as I found it lacked much alcohol taste. Instead to me, it tasted more like coffee soaked sponge.

We both won't mind returning for the other items (seems the lamb shank in balsamic vinegar is pretty good too). The menu is not too large with appetizers, a focus more on pizza and pasta, a smallish selection of main courses and desserts. The place also acts as a bar hence a few people were around for drinks. Do give this a try the next time you are around the area. I also thought prices are quite reasonable too for what we ended up with. Oh and for grappa enthusiasts they serve it here too but for a whopping RM16-RM22 per glass. Makes me fully appreciate all that free flowing grappa I had in Italy! For bigger pictures, see
the Flickr set.

Tropicana Golf & Country Club
Jalan Kelab Tropicana
Petaling Jaya

Tel: 03 - 7804 0565

(Pork free. Open for lunch from 12.30 to 3pm, 6-11 pm but kitchen closes at 10.30pm. Place is at the lower level of Tropicana's clubhouse and right next to the Havana Bar. Take the stairs next to Cuisine Studio to get here.)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. This review is time sensitive; changes may occur to the place later on that can affect this opinion. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from this place for writing the review.

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Monday, April 27, 2009

We Love Fatboybakes!! Thank You So Much.

we love these drink labels (thanks to my hand model, the Bald Eagle fresh from a trip to UK)

Dear Fatboybakes

Thanks so much for hosting brunch, dinner and from what I heard even after dinner entertainment (sadly I missed that!) on Saturday for all of us. You helped celebrate Splashie Boy's birthday - a milestone that I would have been lost in organising being the very awful girlfriend I am. I reckon for as long as I have known him (which is very long!), I have never properly celebrated his birthday with a party. He was thrilled when you all greeted him at the door by singing out the birthday song.

the wonderful spread

When his birthday cake was brought in, he had the biggest grin on his face. He really loved your black forest cake creation - soft chocolate sponge layers with pure cream (not that fakey white stuff!) and black cherries topped with a velvety smooth chocolate ganache. I also heard that Paprika's Hunky became an immediate fan also.

Splashie Boy's birthday cake - the yummiest ever black forest cake

Of course the party wasn't just to celebrate his birthday, it was also a time for all of us to catch up and have fun with the others. And indeed, we had loads of fun catching up. The spread was excellent as usual - I loved the hearty beef chunks hidden within the puff pastry crust (Splashie Boy's favourite dish also), the tender roast lamb, your infamous quail egg salad (had to grab the last bits as it finished so fast), roast chicken (which we had no idea how to carve up, duh!), ju hu char, siu yoke and roast duck from Sze Ngan Chye.

Just Heavenly's fantastic creations and my little own lemon sabayon tart (pssst, it is the not nice looking one that is about to crumble away...)

We also got a chance to savour Allan & Nigel from Just Heavenly's cake, tart and quiche - very yummy stuff too. I do hope you liked my lemon sabayon tart as I spent the better part of Saturday morning baking it. I was so worried the lemon sabayon would not set, I was actually pleading it to set or else I will be in deep trouble. It looked a little awful though with crumbs all over after it was cut though. I wonder how do the pros do it, as theirs always look so perfect in the magazine or cookbook!

Thanks again for your generosity for hosting a great party. We both had a stupendous time and am looking forward to the next time. Thanks also for inviting new faces like J from Memoirs of Chocoholic and the Bangsar-babe, it was great to meet them.

Lots of love, hugs and kisses

Boo & Splashie Boy

p/s can I get your autograph?? You know you are super famous???? I just got my May issue of Harper's Bazaar (yes, one does need to keep up with the fashion world to look trendy) and you are in page 187 where they feature their hot and happening parties. It seems the Bazaar team loves your Spencer four seasons chocolate cake, chocolate pavlova, lemon meringue tarts, tiramisu in cups and Mars cheesecake. Gosh, I guess we should recruit them also for the Fatboybakes Fan Club.

p p/s bigger pictures are in flickr, if you want to see all the food in their full glory.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

My Wish List - the World's 50 Best Restaurants by San Pellegrino

Here's to wishful thinking that I can dine at these places. I guess the nearest I can get to would be Iggy's in Singapore. My aim for this year, is to dine there vs. wishing I dined there! The list was subject to loads of controversy as a certain loud mouthed Brit chef known as Gordon Ramsay failed to make the list. So what do you all think? Does he deserve this snub?

The world's 50 best
restaurants 2009 (and 2008 ranking in brackets)

1 El Bulli, Spain (1)
2 The Fat Duck, UK (2)
3 Noma, Denmark (10)
4 Mugaritz, Spain (4)
5 El Celler de Can Roca, Spain (26)
6 Per Se, US (6)
7 Bras, France (7)
8 Arzak, Spain (8)
9 Pierre Gagnaire, France (3)
10 Alinea, US (21)
11 L'Astrance, France (11)
12 The French Laundry, US (5)
13 Osteria Francescana, Italy (new entry)
14 St. John, UK (16)
15 Le Bernardin, US (20)
16 Restaurant de l'Hotel de Ville, Switzerland (27)
17 Tetsuya's, Australia (9)
18 L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon, France (14)
19 Jean Georges, US (17)
20 Les Creations de Narisawa, Japan (new entry)
21 Chez Dominique, Finland (39)
22 Ristorante Cracco, Italy (43)
23 Die Schwarzwaldstube, Germany (35)
24 D.O.M., Brazil (40)
25 Vendome, Germany (34)
26 Hof van Cleve, Belgium (28)
27 Masa, US (re-entry)
28 Gambero Rosso, Italy (12)
29 Oud Sluis, Netherlands (42)
30 Steirereck, Austria (new entry)
31 Momofuku Ssam Bar, US (new entry)
32 Oaxen Skargardskrog, Sweden (48)
33 Martin Berasategui, Spain (29)
34 Nobu, UK (30)
35 Mirazur, France (new entry)
36 Hakkasan, UK (19)
37 Le Quartier Francais, South Africa (5)
38 La Colombe, South Africa (re-entry)
39 Asador Etxbarri, Spain (44)
40 Le Chateaubriand, France (new entry)
41 Daniel, US (41)
42 Combal Zero, Italy (re-entry)
43 Le Louis XV, France (15)
44 Tantris, Germany (47)
45 Iggy's, Singapore (new entry)
46 Quay, Australia (new entry)
47 Les Ambassadeurs, France (45)
48 Dal Pescatore, Italy (23)
49 Le Calandre, Italy ( 36)
50 Mathias Dahlgren, Sweden (new entry)
Source: S. Pellegrino

Revisiting Japanese Food @ Tomoe, Subang Jaya

I have been craving for Japanese food for the longest time. In fact, when I was in Italy for 2 weeks, it was the only thing I felt like eating especially after I faced my umpteenth plate of carbo-filled risotto. And you will be surprised, there's actually quite a few Japanese places in Italy that I walked past. Hence last night, after a long day at work wrestling with reluctant vegetables, I was all out for Japanese. It was apt since it was Tuesday - the night when fish is the freshest after their flight from Tokyo. We settled for good old Tomoe. It was my first time dining upstairs, we seem to have been only dining downstairs, which ain't happening at all. What you'll notice around Tomoe are rabbits everywhere - on the hanging decorations, figurines and etc. Seems the owner of Tomoe is born in the year of the rabbit hence the cute little bunnies everywhere. Incidentally, when dining here, do check out their toilets - they have a brilliant sink that I would so love to install in my own bathroom. Definitely will impress the Toilet Queen aka Tummythoz, I reckon.

Back to food (of course that is more important!), since we're both on a regime to eat less especially for dinnertime, it was a very light (but heavy on the pocket) meal. We kicked off with the unfamiliar Nogoguro Sashimi (fresh blue fish, RM65) that was very fresh and delicious, especially with my favourite purple cress. Next was Ike Asaea Sakamushi aka steamed asari clams (RM25), another favourite since I love clams - the soup is so sweet, I can't resist and show bad manners by slurping it down. My clam-love-affair does not end there as our katakuri karashi bitashi (boiled spring vegetables with clams and mustard, RM20) also has sweet clams. We actually thought it will be a little spicy from the mustard used but the taste was bearable. I so wanted the grilled oysters with curry and cheese - sounded so amazing but unfortunately everyone else also thought so, as they sold out that item. We had to instead settle for the mini tomato fry (RM22) - mini tomatos wrapped in beef bacon (no pork here!), coated in panko breadcrumbs and deep fried. Absolutely delish stuff especially if you dip it in the curry powder and salt on the side. To end, it was a plate of cold cha soba (RM18) to share over a wasabi-spring onion filled dipping sauce. Overall, food was good but of course, a little pricey since portions were small. Service was a little spotty though - initially good but sadly, at the end, they messed up our order of cha soba. For more on Tomoe including how to get there, read about my previous visit.

Monday, April 20, 2009

Dining Out @ Blackboard, Desa Sri Hartamas, Kuala Lumpur

kicking off with tapas

A quick one for today - my meal with friends last Friday. A relatively new place in Desa Sri Hartamas, the Blackboard has no fixed menu; you order from the handwritten dishes on a big blackboard. Items are based on whatever is fresh from the Pudu market and run by an French Canadian chef. However old favourites are usually found on the blackboard like the chicken liver parfait and tortilla. We kicked off with tapas items first. Chicken liver parfait (RM9.50) was a little misleading - I expected a tall glass of a mix but got pate. Luckily the chicken liver pate was smooth and nice. However, we felt it lacked much kick aka a little brandy would have been better. Marinated sardines (RM10.50) was not bad and the potato tortilla (RM9.50) was nothing fantastic either. What we really liked was the grilled chicken hearts (RM9.50) as they were tender and a little on the spicy side. To drink, we had Californian Robert Mondavi Rose 2007 that was light, fresh and very pretty to look at.

main meals to share

We fared better with our mains, that we all shared. All-time favourite was the glazed mirin salmon served with an assortment of fresh mushrooms (RM32.50). Everything was light tasting, not overpowering and very fresh. Next favourite was the braised lamb loin with a tamarind sauce and couscous (RM32.50). While we didn't like the couscous (the water they added was too strong tasting, probably unfiltered), the lamb chunks were tender (but not overly) and the tamarind sauce was delicious. The braised beef loin with potatoes (RM29.50) was pretty good too even though I felt some chunks were a little lean. If you went for the fatty bits, it was delectable as they melted in the mouth. Least favourite was the roast chicken leg (RM26.50) as we didn't quite like the sauce. However the mashed pumpkin with the chicken was yummy stuff.

The ambience of the place is a little stark - two seperate areas with the bar in front and the restaurant at the back. The bar is all black with a live band while the restaurant is all white walls and mirrors with black tableclothed tables. People seem to be packed in the bar area while the restaurant was relatively full of people. Our only complaint was the air conditioning is not enough for the space as it was quite stuffy and hot within. For bigger pictures, see the Flickr set.

No. 60, Jln 27/70A
Desa Sri Hartamas
Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 017- 7353 0953

(Pork free. Restaurant used to be where Lanna Thai restaurant and Strudels used to be. Same row as Char Siew Bistro and Celicakes.)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. This review is time sensitive; changes may occur to the place later on that can affect this opinion. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from this place for writing the review.

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Friday, April 17, 2009

Taiwanese Comfort Food @ Fong Lye, Desa Sri Hartamas, Kuala Lumpur

hear me roar, says the dragon!

My friends and family have all been very sweet in pampering me with good Asian food the past week, knowing how I ranted about food in Italy. Hence, last weekend for lunch with my mother, she smartly picked my favourite comfort place i.e. Fong Lye that serves one of the most aromatic Taiwanese food in town. I reckon I have blogged about this place and never found fault in anything I have eaten here before. While some others have complained that portions here are small for what you pay for, I never have complaints about that since it means I get to try a greater variety in one meal.

my ultimate comfort food

Typical of my family, we all have our ultimate favourites to indulge in everytime we dine here. Everything is my favourite but I have a very soft spot for the aromatic basil fried clams (I'm usually the one they keep changing the plates for as I pile them with empty clam shells). My mother's ultimate get-her-happy dish is the scallion chicken - juicy and tender free range chicken. It is fast becoming both of our favourites. Another must-have here for all of us, is the sliced bittergourd with beef and recently it has been the fragrant salt and pepper prawns. No fiddly shells to mess with here, hence you can slowly munch on every bit of the crunchy prawns to get utter bliss. Do give it a try, if you are ever in the neighbourhood. Lunch was a little quieter than I remember though, not sure if this is a sign of times. Guess the true test is dinnertime, when the whole world usually descends on this place. For bigger pictures on the dishes, see my
Flickr set.

Fong Lye Restaurant
9, Ground Floor, Plaza Prismaville
Jalan 19/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas

Tel No: 03 - 6201 7998

(Non-halal. Food here is served in individual portions and unlike the Gardens outlet which is mainly set meals.)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. This review is time sensitive; changes may occur to the place later on that can affect this opinion. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from this place for writing the review.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Durian Crispy Roll @ Tropifruits, Low Yat Plaza, Kuala Lumpur

The King of fruits takes centrestage today! I inadvertently stumbled on this place last Saturday when Splashie Boy dragged me to Low Yat Plaza to do his computer "business". Couldn't miss it as loads of people, were queueing up at this brand new store (opened a week ago) as they were doing a promotion of 2 crispy rolls for RM1, which was valid for the weekend only.

The modus operandi is marketing the frozen durian flesh in various manners: in a portable box they call Nonya cube (RM4.90), where you can eat it on the go, placed in various crispy rolls and buns and deep-fried. I tried the crispy roll (there's 3 flavours: durian, cempedak, redbean and banana) filled with durian and it was not too bad. Filled with a light and crisp pastry, the durian filling was a little too rich yellow to be au naturel but nevertheless it was still very tasty and extremely pungent. Also tried the other fried items (you can order 3 pieces for RM5.90 or 5 pieces for RM10.90) - the golden durian, cempedak fireball and the white custard snowy bun. Absolutely hated the snowy bun, too sweet and somehow the texture was weird - gooey soft. The golden durian and cempedak fireball was not too bad but I felt the ratio of filling to the bun was not enough though. Wouldn't mind returning for the crispy roll, as that was the best of the lot. Apologies for all the finger shots as this place is strictly a take-away kiosk, hence we had to eat these on the go.

Lower Ground Floor
Low Yat Plaza
Jalan Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur

(Halal. Located opposite the Japanese okonomiyaki place.)

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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Previewing Krispy Kreme's Original Glazed Doughnuts

Sugar High Tuesday! These hot and sweet babies arrived in the office just after lunch, hence we had a chance to pre-taste them. Based on earlier emails and messages I have been receiving, there's definitely a buzz going on about Krispy Kreme's opening on 10am, 27 April, 2009 at Berjaya Times Square. For more details, go see the
Facebook group.

Eager beavers stand to win prizes - the first person gets the golden ticket with 1 year's supply of the original glazed doughnuts. Second and third in line, get 6 months and 3 months' supply of the sugar coated treats while those from the fourth to hundredth get 1 month's supply. I can imagine people camping out outside the store on the 26 April to score that prize!

Tastewise, they were pillowly soft and very sweet. Nuke them in the microwave for 8 seconds and they become even softer. We liked them with a cup of hot unsweetened coffee to balance out the sweet taste and best of all, unlike other doughnut brands, the glaze sticks to the doughnut vs your lips, when you eat them.

Krispy Kreme
Ground Floor
Main Entrance
Berjaya Times Square
Kuala Lumpur

For more details, go to their
website. There are various flavours - chocolate iced, strawberry filled, green tea twist, with almonds, hershey's cookies & cream, New York cheesecake and glazed crullers (a crispier type of doughnut). Prices are RM2.50 for original glazed and RM2.80 for assorted doughnuts. A dozen original glazed doughnuts are RM19.90 and if you get 2 dozen, it is RM33.90. A dozen of the pre-assorted varieties are RM23.90 with an offer where you can get a dozen of pre-assorted varieties with a dozen of original glazed for RM37.90.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

5 + 1 things I learnt in Italy

1. Italian cities have a lovely rustic charm to them

There is something so charming about their towns and where I was at i.e. Verona was rustic, even though it got a little damp from the occasional shower. The main focus of the town is the arena, where the opera is held. It looks like a mini Colliseum and whatever time you go, expect a crowd there. Most importantly Verona is known as the city of love as William Shakespeare named it as his setting for Romeo & Juliet. Hence there's Juliet's house (with her statue that everyone insists on touching her breast to get true love!) but weirdly enough, it is full of graffiti and declarations of love. Loads of statues around also with fountains and of course, those vespas that the Italians go around with. Bicycles are also popular hence you see them parked all over town. And while you are wandering down the cobbled streets, indulge in a little creamy gelato. Pistachio was my favourite and I love how you get 2 varieties in a cone, for 2 euro. Every opportunity I had, I gave it a try - even when it was pouring with rain!

2. Too much risotto and polenta makes an Italian meal dull

Since the trip was for work, I had little say on what meals I had and unfortunately, I found out there was just a little too much carbs for my liking. Italians seem to eat a lot! 4 courses where the appetizer will be cold meats, first course is either pasta or risotto and second course is the main meal followed by dessert, usually a dry cake or a selection of cheeses. I reckon for the first few days, all we had was risotto until I was shuddering whenever I saw a waiter approach with a serving dish of the creamy stuff. The only exception was amazing and creamy risotto we had with indulgent shaved black truffles. That made those carbs go down really well. Am not sure how the Italians keep so slim with all the food they eat. Portion sizes remind me of America as we are always served with laden plates. Aside from risotto, it was polenta that tasted just like baby's food - gloopy and kinda tasteless. Occasionally, we will get fantastic fresh pasta that makes a meal worthwhile.

3. Nothing beats the pizza here.

One item I have no complaints about is the pizza. Every place I tried for pizza didn't dissapoint me. Whether it was a thick slab from a touristy spot near the arena (they bake them upon your order) or paper thin pizzas from a restaurant that used to be a church or an out of town trattoria, they have all been impressive. My favourite pizza was one topped with paper thin slices of ham with a creamy truffle centre as an appetizer. Another good thing I noticed is you don't get rubbery mozzarella cheese here.

4. If you don't take pork and cheese, please avoid Italy at all costs

Throughout my 2 weeks in Italy, I just realised I didn't eat a single piece of chicken. Instead it was cold meats, beefsteaks, horse meat even (tastes like beef!) and seafood instead. Cold meats, thinly sliced like ham and salami are very popular. We also discovered hot sandwiches filled with caramelised onions, zucchinis, mushrooms and pork slices. A little salty, these hot meals were a welcome change from cold lunches. Aside from prosciutto, they have this very sinful stuff called lardo. It reminds me of jellied pork fat that they place on top of polenta or bread slices. Delish but extremely cholestrol-laden. Cheese is also great here, had a number of fantastic parmesan, wine marinated cheeses, blue cheeses and etc. Usually we eat this with bread and a glass of wine. At the end of the trip, we discovered this great little trattoria where we had a change, a tomato based seafood soup that made our day as it was tasty and hot. Everything from that place was good, whether it was pizza, seafood spaghetti and grilled meats. We must have eaten there almost every night after we discovered that place.

5. Grappa (or a little too much whisky and wine) gets people a little crazy

When in Italy, follow the Italians hence it was non-stop drinking of wine and something a little stronger aka grappa. Not for the weak hearted, you down grappa in one go and it hits straight to your stomach and then your head. The people I was with on the trip developed a taste for this lethal stuff and after a few shots of grappa, it led to crazy stuff like Bruce Lee and Michael Jackson moonwalk imitations. Nevertheless it was damn good fun and I reckon I got over jet lag pretty quickly with all that drinking every night.

6. Friends made over drinks stick together no matter what

Best of all, in Italy, I met a group of crazy Asian people who love to drink and party. No matter what happened during the trip, I reckon we became fast friends and hopefully this means, when I have the time to visit Hong Kong, China, Japan and South Korea, I can count on them to show me around the local foodie haunts and of course, the drinking holes. Like one fella's motto says, "drink till you die"!

Monday, April 13, 2009

Hummingbird Cake @ The Daily Grind, Bangsar Village

the star at the moment

It's good to be back home...catching up with friends and indulging in good food, as you can see from this upcoming week's posts. While Italy was pretty exciting, food in general wasn't too fantastic probably because we got fed a little too much risotto for everyone's liking. Nevertheless I got to taste fantastic cheeses, fresh pasta, pizza, cured meats, weird stuff like horse meat and of course, loads of great wine and grappa. I'm still sorting out the pictures and wondering how to blog about my experience there. There's so many pictures I need to spend loads more time to sort all of them.


The weekend has been great getting all the errands done and meeting up friends to catch up. Since yesterday was Easter Sunday, we took it leisurely and ended up at Bangsar Village. They had the cutest rabbits for petting which the kids were manhandling, freshly baked hot cross buns and cupcake decorating by D'lish in the foyer and decorating eggs upstairs.

going going gone...

Best of all, we stopped by the Daily Grind for a spot of tea to indulge in their latest cake - the hummingbird cake (RM12 per slice). It may look like a carrot cake but it is made from bananas and pineapples. Really delish stuff - light layers of cake sandwiched with decadent cream cheese frosting and topped with dried pineapple flowers. They also have an equally moist and delicious lemon drizzle cake redolent with tangy lemon flavour.

mr. bunny says hi everyone...

Apologies for the very short post but I am slowly getting back into the hang of blogging. It was quite difficult to blog in Italy as Internet was so expensive in the hotels. By the time, I had free internet, I was too busy to write blog posts. Will also be doing a few backdated posts from previously that I had uploaded earlier on.

The Daily Grind
LG8, Lower Ground Floor
Bangsar Village
1 Jalan Telawi,
1, Bangsar Baru,
Kuala Lumpur

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. This review is time sensitive; changes may occur to the place later on that can affect this opinion. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from this place for writing the review.

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