marmite love.

marmite love

i still have some kl-related posts to do, but i just wanted to thank miss judith for sending me a bottle of the limited-edition marmite with champagne. anthony says it's got a touch of that you've-got-chocolate-in-my-vodka gainsbourg/birkin pairing about it; i'm more than inclined to agree.

i have yet to taste it. my brain says this should be the best thing ever, but i wonder if the combination might be such a freakishly amazing idea that the actuality might'n't live up to my expectations.

kind of like baby charlotte here. love mom and dad, but the resulting offspring? an interesting combination to be sure, but it has taken some time to truly appreciate her. which i wholeheartedly do.

marmite with champagne, i am prepared!


I haven't tried Marmite, but if it's similar to Vegamite, make sure you have some green mango around for dipping! YUM!!

Holy....WOW! How have I not heard of this? My children worship Marmite, they would LOVE this idea... I think?

Just discovered your blog (by way of Mango-KoolAid Pickles - don't ask...) and it's WONDERFUL!! I will definitely be back.

So funny you should mention Marmite on you blog as one of the Aloha Knitters brought some to a meeting and sang it's praises. It looks like
nori tsukudani. She didn't offer samples, but I take it it's not like Nutella;)

hi fran! how are you? what a great idea. it's not mango season yet, but there are some mangos falling down from the tree in front of the indian temple on camp watkins road. if i pass by with a pickup truck enough times, maybe i can snag a few :)

hi tofu mom! thanks for stopping by! i have a few vegan recipes floating about here, and hope to have more, so stop by again sometime.

hello miss acornbud, how are you? (laughing) no, this definitely does not taste like nutella. i haven't tasted nori tsukudani, so i'm not sure how similar the tastes are, but yes, it definitely looks similar. i think marmite is as reviled as natto is to those unfamiliar with it (i like both).

My goodness! What a beautiful blog you have here!

When I get lonely and I'm sure I've had enough
She sents her comfort comin' in from above
We don't need no letter at all
We've got a thing that's called Marmite Love


I was on guam for 6 weeks and i think i read that you were gonna be in malaysia all that time as well. now we are back in seattle and i am kicking myself for not getting a hold of you. we had a great time and my italian husband and kids loved the island. drop me an email if you can. giaparsons@hotmail.com

sprog mamma formerly gia-gina in italy.

i love Brovil and Marmite, but Marmite more than Brovil! and no, Marmite is not similar to Vegemite, no way!

I'm (), VietNam

I like this blog is so cool

Anyway, It's nice to see your blog

God Bless you

Thanks for sharing. Again

Hi There

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I enjoy your beautiful post in KL.I was in KL for 3 months and was back last month.I really miss my hometown.Did you have a nice time there.Oh!! Marmite!! We used to eat marmite with porridge when we are kids..Nowdays they diversified to make Marmite Chicken.

absolutely adore your blog!! just stumbled upon it.. and i love the great photos, witty writeups and stunning theme! =) did you made this theme? can i use it?? LOL! its gonna be perfect for my personal blog at melissasolito.blogspot.com --> also all-white.

btw, are you from davao??

hi everyone! sorry about staying away from the comments for so long, but i'm back! thanks for dropping by and taking the time to comment. hope to see you again soon.

hello hellooo - god I'd heard about this before St.Valentine's this year and also was intrigued... I was also told that there had been (still is??) Guinness Marmite?? mmm. x

hello miss chika! yes, yes, there was a guinness marmite. is? i'm sure it was lovely. this one is...interesting. i think guinness and marmite probably go together a bit better.