Baked Potatoe & Worcester Porcelain – Classic!

Well after that feast at the River I was still kinda full for breakfast so I skipped it and had a nice solid lunch, classic British Baked potatoe with bacon, baked beans and grated cheddar cheese.

Prepare a few simple ingredients.

We have one of those fancy Microwave + conventional oven affairs, which are perfect for cooking baked potatoes, I bought it years ago, now my mom loves it.

Mom had a salad as she was feeling a bit bloated from keeping up eating all the stuff I wanted.

Hmm look at the melting cheese, lovely! Added in a few small onions aswell fried up with the bacon.

Look at it steaming!

Great start to the day.

After that we headed down to Worcester Porcelain, there a few famous things here, Worcestershire sauce of course (the factory STINKS), Worcester Porcelain, Worcester Cricket Team and Worcester Race Course..

There was of course…well loads of porcelain.

There are a couple of designs I like, the Platinum edge and a navy blue and gold simple design, but this shit is top notch (expensive as hell).

For example one tea-cup and saucer from some of the latest expensive designs can cost you 30 pounds, yes, for ONE thats 210RM for 1 cup and saucer.

You can get seconds though which aren’t too bad, about 7 (50RM) pounds for a mug, or the plain white stuff which hasn’t even been painted yet.

Not too attractive though, very prison style.

After that headed home and had some proper afternoon tea, fresh cream and fresh fruit meringues!

My mom can make meringue of course, but she bought some as they are very nice home style ones, not the factory produced ones (about twice the price).

Used up the rest of the whipped cream from the strawberries and cream..

Chop up some fruit (Kiwi and Nectarine this time as the strawberries had gone mouldy)

Purrrrrrrfect..

*EDIT Am rushing off now back to KLIA to Phillipines, will try and update again soon!*

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12 Responses to Baked Potatoe & Worcester Porcelain – Classic!

  1. KY August 2, 2005 at 10:37 pm #

    OMFG I want the cheese!

  2. bryan August 2, 2005 at 11:07 pm #

    hei i tought i saw you today somewhere around 740 in kl sentral outside the arrival place..he definitely looked like you wearing a red jacket n a pair of jeans..seriously but then by now u should b in manila right…heh but i definitely tought it was u

  3. minishorts August 2, 2005 at 11:09 pm #

    shit. i hate you.

  4. Dabido (Teflon) August 3, 2005 at 12:37 am #

    Looks delicious YUM!

  5. kpy August 3, 2005 at 1:55 am #

    *drools* OMG i want those fresh fruit meringues!!! i wish i could just grab the meringue from my monitor …

  6. ShaolinTiger August 3, 2005 at 4:12 am #

    Nah it was me…arrived back 6am flight, was at sentral around that time, got home, showered, changed packed my stuff…almost missed Manila flight, got there 11.30am for midday flight..just got on in time. Am in Manila now.

  7. kimberlycun August 3, 2005 at 5:35 am #

    plz make that cheesy potatos and baked beans thing for me when you’re back!!!!!!! plzzzzzzzzz

  8. eyerings August 3, 2005 at 6:53 am #

    ermm.. apa itu nectarine?
    @_@ malaysia ada kah?

  9. Reu August 3, 2005 at 8:57 am #

    EWW! Baked beans, but everyone loves melted cheese, and merangues.

  10. howsy August 3, 2005 at 10:30 am #

    Shaolin: come to Ipoh lar, can buy porcelain RM 7 (1 quid) for 10 saucers. It’s still made of clay rite? Maybe Malaysian clay is different from British clay though.
    Eyerings: Nectarine belongs to the peach family I guess, they are 3 in the family that I know,: peach, nectarine and apricot. Peach and apricot have a wooly surface and a softer texture and nectarine has a smoother skin and tougher texture. You could get them in local supermarkets but a bit expensive, I guess, like RM1 for a fruit. Here? RM 7 for a whole punnet (around 10 of them).

  11. howsy August 3, 2005 at 10:32 am #

    Oh, and peaches are originated from China-called tao.

  12. kpy August 3, 2005 at 11:35 am #

    yeah come to Ipoh! Then you can bring/make some of those meringues and other delicous food for me! ^_^ lol