Thursday, December 31, 2015

Wishing All A Happy 2016

We had a simple New Year eve dinner at home......

English Roast for Wild Boar


a simple chicken drumstick marinated with glutinous rice wine
with ginger and wood ear fungus for yours truly

Looking back into the year 2015

2015 had been a wonderful year despite the ups and downs in our lives....three wonderful things happened - (1) in early March, I opted for early retirement and (2) our son Josh got married in June and he gave me a wonderful new daughter Elaine and (3)our daughter Joanna graduated in August and is now taking a year off to do what she loves doing which she deserves :) 

During the earlier months of 2015 , I suffered pains from my frozen shoulder and Hallelujah I am healed now - I believe sometimes God give us pain is to make us strong and God has been gracious by giving me Wild Boar aka hubby and BFF to help me through my discomfort and pain. Cooking for me when I am not able to do it and supportive kids to encourage me to do what I love to do most....baking, cooking and to be a shutter bug too :)  

My early Christmas gift - Nikon DSLR D3200 is a good start to be coming a shutter bug comes 2016 and I will face 2016 with positive attitude. One is never too old to learn as long as the will to succeed is always present. 

I  wish my loved ones, friends and readers a Happy 2016 and that you all will have a positive attitude too :)




Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Dry Curry Pork Ribs


Oh gosh, this is the most delicious dried curry ribs I have ever cooked till date.  I bought this cookbook just a few days ago and I knew I had to tried it out ! Wasting no time , I cooked it for our dinner this evening .  I tweaked it a bit...opt out the galangal and instead added in turmeric leaves.

Boy, wasn't I thrilled at the end results... succulent ribs coated with a layer of luscious aromatic curry. I enjoyed seeing the way WB tucks in the  ribs.  A keeper for sure and I will surely cook this dish again .  I am sure my sons and daughters would love this !  WB will pester me to cook this again and I don't mind as the ingredients are easily obtainable and easy to whip up unlike other curries which entails a lot of preparation. 

meaty pork ribs , pounded ' rempah ' ( a combination of 
fresh turmeric, shallots, garlic, lemongrass,fresh chillies
and dried chillies  )  brown sugar
curry powder and coconut milk

so aromatic...love it !


Dry Curry Pork Ribs  

Ingredients A

1.5 kg pork ribs
3 tbsp of vegetable oil

* I added 1 turmeric leave - roll up leave and cut it into fine strips

Ingredients B ( to be pounded )

100 gm  shallot
3 -4  cloves garlic
5 red chillies
8 dried chillies
1 inch turmeric
2 stalks lemongrass
50 gm galangal * I opted out

Ingredients C

300 gm coconut milk
400 ml water
1/2 tbsp brown sugar
2 tbsp  meat curry powder
salt to taste

Method:

1. Wash pork ribs and blanched in hot boiling water , drain well and set aside.

2. Heat oil in wok, pour in ingredients B and stir fry until fragrant and oil surfaces . Gradually pour in some coconut milk and stir fry till fragrant. Add in pork ribs and stri fry until fragrant, followed by remaining ingredients C, mix evenly. Cook over medium heat until gravy is almost dried up and ribs has soften , add in thecut  turmeric leaves. Dish up and serve.

Enjoy !


The Perfect Digital Mixer - DJM-T1

Time flies and soon it will be Christmas...another 3 weeks and everyone is busy preparing their Christmas eve menu.  We will be having our CG christmas dinner this weekend and we are having potluck this time .  Food is my department and the night programme after food is WB's department. He will have to prepare some songs and games.  He is thinking of having a session of karaoke and he wants it to be like a real performance.  Joe , his buddy will lend him his Digital Mixer-djm t1, a complete solution , a hybrid mixer that has a controller and audio interface in one unit.  Wow, I am sure, we will be have lots of fun this coming weekend . Food and a good sound system brings us all together more closer and I can't wait for the weekend to arrive.  

I will be cooking a dish that will make my cg friends drools before they partake of the food before their eyes....hehehe wicked me alright !

Friday, November 27, 2015

Stir Fry Yam Strips,Beancurd Puff And Wood Ear Fungus


This recipe is from one of the chinese food magazines I bought.  Love it the moment my eyes caught the picture on one of the pages. Love the fact that it has yam in the dish. My all time favorite tuber. So deliciously healthy for it contains strips of carrots, beancurd puff,  wood ear fungus and spring onions and strips of chicken breast and not to forget the star of this dish, yam strips.  An easy to prepare dish that takes less than 30 mins to whip up.  This is so good....the fluffy yam strips with the crunchy carrots and wood ear fungus really give this dish the thumbs up.  Never knew a simple stir fry like this could taste so good.  A light seasoning sauce is all it needed to finish the dish.  Try it to believe me...it tastes as good as it looks :)

fry the yam strips in two tbsp of hot oil till crisps and cooked

the yam strips needed to be fried in oil till crisps before stir frying
so that it retain its form after stir frying with the
other ingredients

lightly stir fry the chicken strips with chopped garlic till cooked
before adding in the rest of the ingredients

add in the carrot strips, wood ear fungus strips, beancurd puff
and spring onions

add in the cooked yam strips and stir fry till well
combined...lastly add in the light seasoning mixture
give it a quick stir fry and dish up
as soon as the seasoning mixture thickens

yummy !




Stir Fry Yam Strips

Ingredients:

1 chicken breast - cut into strips
 (marinate with a drop of light soya sauce, a drop sesame oil and 1 tsp of corn flour )

small yam -   cut into thick strips
beancurd puff - cut into strips
wood ear fungus - soak ,cleaned and cut into strips
half a carrot - cut into strips
2 stalks of spring onion - cut into 1"  length
a tbsp of chopped garlic
2 tbsp vegetable oil

seasoning sauce mixture

1 tsp of oyster sauce
1/2 tsp of chinese cooking wine
a dash of freshly grounded white pepper
1 tsp of corn flour
1/3 cup water
a pinch of salt to taste

method:

Heat 2 tbsp of oil in the non stick frying pan. When oil is heated up, add in the yam strips and fry till the yam strips are lightly brown and 3/4 cooked. Dish up yam strips and keep aside, add in garlic and chicken strips and saute till fragrant and cooked, add in the rest of the julienned vegetable and yam strips, continue to stir fry till all the rest of the vegetables are cooked. Add in last the seasoning sauce and continue to stir fry till seasoning sauce thickens.  Dish up and serve with rice.


Enjoy !









Monday, November 16, 2015

Roast Pork Neck




The pork neck is a well muscled and flavorful part of the meat. It has a lot more fat than the pork shoulder and yet still a lot less fat than the pork belly.  The pork neck is the best part to use in many preparations and you will be amazed at the juiciness and flavor when it comes off the grill. Use this cut for the best BBQ pork chops you have ever had ! 

I was introduced to grilled pork neck by my daughter Jo a few years back. She introduced me to grilled pork neck at a Thai restaurant and since then I have been asking my regular butcher to give me the neck part...:p   Marinate it overnight in the fridge and grill or roast it the next day... you will have a flavorsome and succulent piece of meat to serve your guests and family.  Wild Boar is the happiest person when it comes to meat :)


marinated with my own concoct sauce


after roasting in the oven for 40 mins..it was aromatic and
looks so juicy..mmmm


Roast Pork Neck

600 g piece of pork neck - remove fat and skin

marinade sauce

1 tsp of thick soy sauce
1.5 tsp of sea salt
1 tbsp of ginger juice
2 cloves of garlic - minced
1 tsp of red wine
1 tsp of marmalade jam

Method:

Mix all the marinade ingredients and rub evenly on the piece of pork neck.   Marinade overnight in the fridge. Take out the marinated pork neck from the fridge 30 mins before roasting.

Grease the baking pan with butter.  Place the pork neck on the pan and roast it at 230 deg C for 40 mins or until the meat is cooked . Occasionally, baste the meat with the remnant marinade sauce during roasting. Slice thinly before serving .

Enjoy !






Friday, November 13, 2015

Dim Sum @ Restoran Fu Lin Men, Cheras Mahkota


Had a good night rest, despite chatting till late into the night ... so much to talk about :)  Anyway, to cut the story short, we woke up feeling hungry and remembering that I have to cook the ' Kiam Chye Boey ' for the kids ( my partners-in-crime actually ) , we quickly drove to the wet market to look for the chinese mustard .  But alas, the wet market did not have the chinese mustard, so we had to drive on to Jusco, Cheras Mahkota, and thank God, we managed to get some chinese mustard.  After that , we went for dim sum at Restoran Fu Lin Men, which is a stone throw from Jusco .  The restoran offers not only dim sum but chinese dishes too.  We ordered some dim sum to satiate our rumbling tummy.  The dim sum we ordered was not bad but of course Ipoh dim sum is much better :p  

I love their stir fried radish...yummy!

the ' lou sa bao ' is good too , though a bit tiny for me
I can eat all three if I wanted to...
their salted egg yolk custard is not oozy type
but soft custard texture

fish ball roll...love this !

steamed prawn dumplings
prawns are fresh 


Restoran Fu Lin Men,
Chinese/Dim Sum Restaurant
No. 56-58, Jalan Temenggung 13/9,
 Bandar Mahkota Cheras, 
Cheras, 43200

Mon.-Sun. 11:30-14:30, 17:30-22:30

Mon.-Sun. 07:30-14:30 (Dim Sum)

Tel No:  03-90113398

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Homemade Gyoza Wrappers


I never intended to make my own gyoza wrappers.  I wanted to make gyoza for my cell group thanksgiving get together. I went to Jusco to get the ready made ones but alas there was no stock. Panic mode took over and WB had to calm me down. He asked me to make my own wrappers.  What a joke ! Me , make my own gyoza wrappers ?  Okay , calm down Elin....

I came home, googled for the recipe for homemade gyoza wrappers and I found a good one from Justonecookbook. I knew I would not go wrong for Nami is a great cook  :)  I truly enjoyed making the wrappers...all the patience and guess what ? it paid off when my cg family was enjoying the gyoza that I made from scratch.  The gyoza wrapper making was a success... smooth with a nice chewy texture ....everyone enjoyed the homemade gyoza.  Tired but I came home happy dancing on my trotters.  Thanks Nami for your wonderful gyoza wrappers recipe.  A keeper for sure ! I know I will not buy the ready made ones anymore. I will make my own wrapper from now on :)

divide dough into two equal portions, 
each portion , shaped into a roll and wrap with cling crap
and let it rest for 30 mins in room temperature

cut each roll into 12 equal portions 
and roll them into round balls

potato starch for dusting

roll each ball into a round disc 
make sure to dust each piece with the potato starch as 
you stack them on top of each other and
cover with a damp cloth to prevent drying



























Homemade Gyoza Wrappers - adapted from JustOneCookbook

Ingredients:

240 g all purpose flour or ( 120g bread flour + 120g cake flour )
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 cup or 120g just boiled water plus more if necessary ( 120g - 150g )

potato starch for dusting
3" (8cm) cookie cutter


Method:

Stir the flour in the bowl, scoop it up with a spoon into the 1-cup measuring cup, and level off the top. Put the flour into a medium bowl. The amount of flour shoud be close to standard 4.25 oz (120 g) per cup.

Sift the flour into a large bowl.

Add salt to just-boiled water and mix until completely dissolved.

Add the just-boiled water into the flour little by little, stirring with a rubber spatula. You will eventually need to use your hands to form the dough into a ball. If the flour is still separated, add ½ Tbsp. water at a time till you can form the texture into a ball.

Transfer the dough to the work surface and knead the dough for 10 minutes.

After 10 minutes, the texture of the dough will be much smoother. Cut the dough in half.

Shape each half into a long log, about 1½ inches in diameter (it doesn't have to be perfect if you’re going to use a cookie cutter later). Wrap each log with plastic wrap. Let it sit for 30 minutes.

Unwrap the dough. Sprinkle a little potato starch on the work surface and cut each log crosswise into about 12 pieces (may vary depending on the log length and width). Since we’ll be using a cookie cutter, don’t worry if each piece of dough has slightly different size.

Cover the dough with damp kitchen towel at all time to prevent from drying.

For each piece of dough into a ball shape.

Press the ball onto the work surface.

Using a rolling pin, roll out the dough, but DO NOT roll out (flatten) the TOP and BOTTOM edge. This is a trick to make a nice round shape.

Rotate the dough 90 degrees and repeat rolling the dough to make a nice round shape. Try to roll out the dough to a thin circle. The size should be bigger than 3” (8 cm) cookie cutter.

Press down the cookie cutter and remove excess dough. Cover the scraps with the damp towel. Later combine all the scraps as long as they still squish together and haven’t dried out too much. Re-roll the scraps and repeat the process.

Sprinkle each wrapper with potato starch and stack the gyoza wrappers. Make sure to the wrappers covered with damp kitchen towel. Once all the dough is used, wrap the gyoza wrappers with plastic wrap and freeze or refrigerate until you’re ready to use. You can keep gyoza wrappers for about 3-4 days in the refrigerator and up to a month in freezer. Defrost in the refrigerator prior to use.

Note: Different brand of flour will absorb water differently.

15 Street Foods You Need To Drool In Malaysia

Malaysia is known to be one of the best food countries in the world. It is saddening that Malaysians still complain of missing their food and taste when they move out of the country. This is one such country where you can see a restaurant in every road may be.

Street foods have unique taste. They define the real taste of the country in its true sense. And Malaysia is more like a country that is flooded with numerous options for having street foods. Check out 15 street foods you need to drool in Malaysia. I bet you just can’t wait to have those lip-smacking tastes…

Rojak

Rojak is nothing but fruit and vegetable salad. The plate will have some fruits cut into pieces with fried squids or even fried dough, little brown-black savory sweet sauce poured on it. I bet you just cannot eat on one..it is yum!

Try out ordering food online via food websites like Foodpanda and use Foodpanda Coupons from CouponBelanja.com that gets you those lip smacking dishes at affordable rates, delivered to your door step.

Roti Canai

Roti Canai is flat, flaky bread that is mostly eaten for breakfast. It is made by layering the dough with ghee and then it is cooked on the hot tawa. The bread tastes better when dipped with any curry as a side dish.

Cendol

Cendol is cold dessert soup which is quite traditional in South East Asian countries. The ingredients include coconut milk, jelly noodles made from rice flour with green food coloring which is usually derived from the pandan leaf, shaved ice and palm sugar. You can also add red beans, glutinous rice, grass jelly, creamed corn etc.

Batu Maung Satay

Grilled Meat on Skewers is Batu Maung Satay. They are nothing but marinated pieces of chicken, pork or beef on bamboo skewers which are grilled and served with raw Cucumber and Onion as salads.

Teh Tarik

Teh Tarik is a black tea bag mixed with condensed milk and then the mixture is poured from one cup to another to make it blend smoother and the taste adds on. The froth that tops tastes the best! It is usually seen in all Indian cafes and is the best combination with Roti Canai.

You can try ordering food and beverage online as well from stores like Rakuten. Make sure that you use Rakuten Coupons from CouponBelanja.com to save money.

Koay Teow Th’ng

Koay Teow Th’ng is a bowl of sweet thin noodles in pork-bone broth, which is topped with ground pork, fish balls, and a whole egg yolk.

Ice Kacang

Ice kacang is a mix of corn, kidney beans, and mysterious translucent toothsome jellies. Shaved ice is topped with a pink syrup and condensed milk. You can add a scoop of ice cream on top of all that to add on the taste.

Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak is rice cooked in Coconut milk. It is a popular Malaysian breakfast and it is wrapped in Banana leaf with fried anchovies in shrimp paste and chili sauce, with rice cooked in coconut milk, a hard-boiled egg, and cucumbers. Imagine the taste now!

Char Kuey Teow

Char Kuey Teow is stir fried noodles. It comes as thin, delicate, spicy-salty noodles cooked in lard and topped with eggs, prawns, cockles, chives, and bean sprouts.

Hokkien Mee

Hokkien Mee is egg and rice noodles in a spicy soup. The bowl will see these two noodles and to add on the taste you will have water spinach, prawn halves, bean sprouts, slices of pork, and hard-boiled egg.

Bak Kwa Bread

Bak Kwa Bread is a fluffy, chewy, salty, sweet snack. Bak Kwa means sweet Chinese Pork jerky and pork floss.

Otak Otak

Otak Otak is fish cake wrapped in Banana leaf. Ingredients a sauce made from the broth of pork bones, Chinese soy sauce, regular soy sauce, sugar and Ajinomoto.

Roast Chicken Rice

Chicken pieces are fried and topped on a mound of rice that’s fluffy and delicious which is cooked in butter and oil. A little ginger scallion sauce and some cucumber slices can be given alongside.

Char Hor Fun, Char Koay Kak

These are basically noodle dishes where the noodles are fried and then served.

Koay Chiap


Koay Chiap is a dark soup of duck meat shreds, gizzards, coagulated blood, a soy-sauce-boiled egg, and curled-up scrolls of rice noodles.



Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Korean BBQ And Ssambap @ Home


I received an electric Pan Grill for my birthday from WB... hehehe and ever since then I have been thinking of korean bbq and my all time favorite Ssambap ( a korean lettuce wrap ) with ssamjang dip sauce.  I told WB , "lets have our own Daorae Korean BBQ at home " and I was surprised he said YESSS.  We bought a few pieces of spare rib chops from our regular butcher and had them marinated with my own marinade sauce....mmmm I managed to whip up my own marinade sauce, almost 90 percent as close to the one from Daorae... after having eaten and tasted Daorae ( just kidding )  I made my own marinade sauce which consists of gochujang paste, sesame seeds, marmalade jam and light soy sauce and a tiny drop of sesame oil. Wow, it was good...really tasty.  I marinated the spare rib chops in the morning...cling wrapped them and kept them in the fridge till needed.

I made some ssamjang dip sauce for the lettuce wrap )  I googled for the recipe and found one that I think would be flavorful  - it consists of gochujang paste, local beanpaste, sesame oil, chopped onion,chopped garlic and finely sliced spring onions. 

marinade sauce


























we chose spare rib chops

beautiful chops....juicy and tender and flavorful

as it sizzles in the pan grill...the aroma made us hungry

added some red onion slices for the wraps

once it is cooked, we cut the chops into thinner pieces
for ssambap ( lettuce wrap )

this is a must have for ssambap...the Ssamjang dip sauce

my lettuce wrap(Ssambap) 
filled with slices of grilled chops , ssamjang sauce,
pickled garlic and kimchi and fresh mushrooms
DELISH!

With the leftover ingredients, I stir fry some rice on the grill pan
korean style...so tasty  !


Yummilicious fried rice :)



Enjoy !

Friday, October 23, 2015

Saba Mackeral Kimchi Stew

Many of my readers know that I am a fan of kimchi and even make my own kimchi at home.  Making kimchi may involve a lot of work but worth the trouble taken when you you have a jar of ready homemade kimchi in the fridge.  At any one time you feel like cooking kimchi stew , it is there for you. Save the dollar is one thing but it is also  freaking healthy because you know what you put inside your enzyme packed kimchi.  

Needless to say , when I have a piece of leftover grilled saba mackeral in the fridge, kimchi stew came to mind and with the mackeral , I added some crab meat mushrooms to the stew and GOSH it was lip-smacking good !  Believe me, it was so good that even WB asked for a bowl without the fish of course...he doesnt eat fish for your information..scared of bones....mmmmm he does not know what he misses.  Anyway, I always believe less man more share...LOL so wicked of me to say it...* shrug the shoulder *   If anyone of you would like to make your own kimchi..here is the recipe link for homemade kimchi.


smells good....you can add any kind of edible mushrooms 
to your kimchi stew or any seafood of your choice



























Saba Mackeral Kimchi Stew

ingredients:

(A)
1.5 cup of chicken broth
1 cup of homemade kimchi
1 tbsp of gochujang paste
1 tsp of chilli flakes  *optional



(B)
1 pkt of fresh crab meat mushrooms - cleaned
grilled saba mackeral fish ( half a fish )


garnishing
spring onion - clean and cut into 1" length


 Method:

Combine (A) in a claypot and simmer under medium heat.  When it comes to a rolling boil, add in grilled mackeral fish and crab meat mushrooms.  Cook till the  mushrooms has soften and the sweetness of the grilled fish has been boiled into the stew. Add in a pinch of salt for taste . Off heat and garnish with spring onions.  Serve hot with noodles or rice.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Happy Sweet 56 Elin @ Food & Desire



Today I admit I am 56 instead of 26 . And today I decided that I will stop crapping so WB made it a point that I will remember this day by buying me a special soft shell crab birthday 'cake'.  Look at the picture and you will see that the crab appears to give a cheeky smile. It was a delicious soft shell crab burger.  I have taken soft shell crabs quite often in Japanese restaurant.  This is by far the biggest I have laid my tongue on.  Thanks WB for the delicious and scrumptious birthday dinner and thank you to all my cell group members and my children for celebrating a week earlier with me.

WB asked me where I would like to have my birthday dinner....I told him why not Food & Desire !  I love this place and its food.  Love their designer ice cream too. But for today , there is no more room for their designer ice cream.  The soft crab burger is named ' HOLY CRAB ' :)  I should have asked the owner why she named the soft shell crab burger ' HOLY CRAB '....  anyway it was a nice piece of deliciousness.....I pray that I will get to enjoy many more happy sweet birthdays with WB and my four children .   What was my birthday wish ?  hehehe I think I forgot to make a wish but I did remember to say grace before taking my first bite !

no birthday cake but just this soft shell crab burger
love it...mmmmm yummy!

Fish and Chips for me
I am happy it is NOT DORY fish
so super good


























Grilled Chicken with black pepper sauce for WB 


I had a wonderful time chilling out with WB
just like the good old times :)



Food & Desire 
fusion - ice-cream-fondue

18, Jalan Medan Ipoh,
1D, Medan Ipoh Bistari.
31400,
Perak

Te; 012-5025540


Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Nam Nam Noodle Bar @ Suntec City - Singapore






Josh and Elaine introduced us Nam Nam Noodle Bar in Suntec City, to have a taste of Vietnamese street food.  They said the best Vietnamese beef noodle they have eaten ...as good as the one they ate in Vietnam . Old world recipe with a modern twist.  Since Nam Nam does not have a franchise in Malaysia, it will be good for us to try it out .  And true to his promise , it was DELICIOUS , the broth , I almost slurped down all . It was fragrant and the beef slices were fresh, sweet and tender. We felt we were transported to the streets of Vietnam I will definitely visit Nam Nam Noodle Bar again on my next visit :)  

We ordered some appetizer and gosh it was good especially the Crispy Imperial Rolls and their Southern Rolls with prawns,pork, fresh herbs comes with peanut sauce for dips. My son recommended me their special tamarind and peanut drink...so refreshing and good...a must try if you visit Nam Nam Noodle Bar.  The Vietnamese coffee is good too. Served in enamel mug :) of course, it gives you the feel like you are in Vietnam :) I will definitely come back to try out the rest of the Vietnam street food in their menu. Josh and Elaine are happy that we enjoyed our dinner :)
Our trip to Singapore was a short one 2 nights and 3 days. Went there for a mission and came back fulfilled :)  Will plan a longer one next trip


Pho Beef Combination - 
beef steak slices, beef balls, tendon and
honeycombed tripe

Pho Pork Balls

Pho Beef Steak slices served medium rare

Pho Wagyu Beef Slices -  served medium rare

Appetizers -  Crispy Imperial Rolls and 
Fresh Southern Rolls that comes with peanut sauce 

this is really delicious...crispy wrap ..inside is sweet potato paste
very delicious  and can be addictive :)

Fresh Southern Rolls- packed with prawns, pork, herbs
and dip with peanut sauce....delicious 

love all their appetizer ...will try out the rest on my next visit

this is the most delicious and refreshing drink I have tasted
fresh coconut water with tamarind paste and topped with peanuts
LOVELY ! a must try if you visit Nam Nam

another interesting refreshing drink...

Vietnam coffee with condensed milk


There are 6 Nam Nam Noodle Bar franchises in Singapore

SUNTEC CITY
#B1-131, Temasek Boulevard
Singapore 038983
t: 6884 5677
(closed between 3-6pm)

Raffles City
252 North Bridge Road
#B1-46/47
Raffles City Shopping Centre,
Singapore 179103
t: 63360500

Wheelock Place
501 Orchard Road,
#B2-02,
Wheelock Place,
Singapore 238880
t: 67351488

Plaza Singapura
68 Orchard Road,
#01-55, Plaza Singapura
Singapore 238839
t: 68372234

Resorts World Sentosa,
26 Sentosa Gateway 
#B1-225
Singapore 098138
t: 62389447

Owen Link, Connexion
1 Farrer Park Station Road
(Access via One Farrer Hotel &Spa
#01-08/10
Singapore  217562
t: 64431173

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