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Sin Ming Roti Prata, serving the best roti in town

Jin Fa Kopitiam was one of those places that was in the opposite direction of where my house was but I would actually find the ways and time to go to there. They are known to serve the best Roti Prata, and that is just what you need for breakfast Singaporean style. Jin Fa Kopitiam is located in Sin Ming Road near Marymount Station.To get to Sin Ming Road you can take the MRT from Orchard Road to Bishan Station and transfer to yellow line and then get off at Marymount Station. It's around a 15 minutes walk to get to the Kopitiam itself. I lived on the opposite side of the island and I still make sure to visit there often so that’s how good the place is! Here’s basic info. on the Kopitiam: Sin Ming Roti Prata (Sin Ming) #01-51, Jin Fa Kopitiam, Blk 24 Sin Ming Road Singapore 570024 Tel: 64533893 Opening Hours: 6am - 7pm daily Google Map: http://goo.gl/maps/wChnH
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@pampam93 just reading your comments makes me want to eat roti so badly....!
Well my favourite way of eating roti has to be sugar and condensed milk and eggs !!! That probably unlocked a whole new level of sugar overloads lol but it's amazing ahhahaha the sweetness!!!!! Especially when it's cooked fresh... @cheerfulcallie
i like to eat my naan bread with indian curry, sooo goood!! as for the roti i like mines with eggs and sometimes ill eat it plain too, they are delish!!
They are indian food you usually eat the roti (fried dough) by dipping it in Indian curry! and for someone who are not good with the strong smell of curry then can also eat this plain and there are so many options of roti too! Roti with eggs or without eggs haha @teamwaffles you should definitely try it sometimes!
This looks yummy @pampam93, what kind of food is roti prata?
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Pressure cookers can do (and cook) just about everything, except cleaning itself! Knowing how to clean it is important to keep your favorite appliance up and running for many years. If you have an electric pressure cooker, these tips are for you. Learn how to thoroughly clean this amazing appliance.  How to Clean Electric Pressure Cookers Keep in mind that vinegar is used for this cleaning process and it can damage stone countertops. So, if you have a stone countertop, make sure to wash your cooker on another surface. Some pressure cookers have dishwasher-safe inserts. Always check the manufacturer instructions.  Here’s how to clean your pressure cooker by hand. Remember to clean and wash after every use! You’ll need:  - 3 Microfiber cloths  - Microfiber sponge  - Distilled white vinegar in a splash bottle - Dishwashing liquid  - Warm water  - An toothbrush or little clean brush  1. Always unplug electric pressure cookers before cleaning them. Remove inserts and pot.  2. Use the brush to remove any food that may be stuck to the outside of the cooker.  3. Lightly spray a clean microfiber cloth with vinegar and use it to wipe down the outside of the pressure cooker.  4. Dry with a clean microfiber cloth.  5. Wash your pressure cooker lid, inserts and pot in the sink with dishwashing liquid and warm water.  6. Dry the cover and any other parts of the cooker with a microfiber cloth. Let it air-dry for a few minutes. Deep Cleaning Once in a while, you should deep clean your pressure cooker. How often you should do this depends on the type of food you usually cook and the frequency of use. You’ll need:  - Mild dishwashing liquid  - Warm water  - Microfiber cloths  - Distilled white vinegar  - A shallow pan 1. Follow the steps above to clean the outside of your cooker, its inserts, lid and pot. 2. Fill your kitchen sink with warm water and add some drops of dishwasher.  3. Remove the float valve (be very careful!) and wash it by hand in the sink.  4. Use a dry microfiber cloth to dry thoroughly before putting the valve back. Make sure the float valve is free to move up and down.  5. Remove the anti-block shield from the cooker’s lid, but don’t remove the steam valve. Just wipe the steam valve clean with a microfiber cloth. Wipe down the anti-block shield and put it back.  6. Remove the electric pressure cooker sealing ring. 7. Inspect the ring to make sure it is intact and still fits firmly. If it seems to be cracked or loose, get a replacement. The sealing ring must be whole and firm for the cooker to work properly.  8. Pour vinegar into the shallow pan so that it’s deep enough for the electric pressure cooker sealing ring.  9. Place the sealing ring inside and let it sit for around five minutes.  10. Remove the ring from the vinegar and wash it with dishwasher and warm water.  Let the ring dry totally before replacing it. Make sure that it fits firmly.
Singapore Juice Bar Successfully Trolls Google.
So Google is pretty neat. I mean, it's safe to say it's changed the world and how we live in it. If we have a question about virtually anything, we go to Google. When we forget a phone number, want to listen to our favorite song, or find more information about the presidential candidates, we've got it. We've also got its apps, most famously Google Maps. Without it, I would probably be forever lost. With it, I can Google Earth my childhood home to make sure it still exists. Google Maps is super stalkery in just about the best way possible, and no one has caught onto this better than Singapore-based juice bar, Daily Juice. So, if you pull up Daily Juice on Google Map's street view, at first, it's a little unassuming. So you zoom in closer, and then you're like, wait - is that Barney?! Barney then invites you inside to meet his friends. (Yes, Google Maps lets you go inside. Technology is crazy, kids.) You've got Yoda serving up some juice to a Stormtrooper while their friend, Mr. Gingerbread Man, looks on. And then he goes to join Mr. Gator, Homer Simpson, Bugs Bunny, Darth Maul, and Iron Man, who is up to some curious PDA with the aforementioned Barney. So next time you're hanging out with a friend and feeling like you need a good conversation starter, have them look up Daily Juice in Singapore and wait. You'll both probably get a good laugh out of it. Have you guys seen any other examples of people messing with Google's street view feature? Would seeing a company do this make you want to go there even more?
Top 10 Popular Temples in Maharashtra
Maharashtra is among the fastest-growing states of India, featuring an urban area as well as a variety of urban cities that are cosmopolitan. In addition to the city's bustling streets There are plenty of options to explore the city that are certain to make your stay unforgettable. Maharashtra offers many things to offer everyone, from the best hiking trails to forts that are perfect for historians Wildlife sanctuaries and nature lovers to wineries for sophisticated wine enthusiasts. If you're thinking of visiting Maharashtra's holy places, you'll be amazed at the sheer number of temples found in the state. A drive to Maharashtra's most famous temples would certainly make your trip memorable With Taxi Service In Jodhpur Top 10 Most Popular Temples in Maharashtra On the listing of most visited temples in Maharashtra there are many options. Let's review a few of the most popular spots. Book Now Car Hire In Jodhpur 1. Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Shirdi is a city of pilgrimage located in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar district. It is located 90 km from Nashik and 180 km from Pune and 258 kilometers from Mumbai. It is the most affluent pilgrimage site. It is one of the most sought-after Maharashtra and India's tourist destinations for pilgrimage. Book Latest : Taxi Service In Jaisalmer The holy shrine dedicated to Shirdi Sai Baba's shrine is the primary attraction for those are looking for destinations to visit close to Mumbai. Sai Baba, who lived during the 20th century is considered to be one of India's most revered saints. In the year Sai Baba was 16 years old, he travelled to Shirdi and stayed until it was his final day in 1918. Sai Baba turned this little town into a holy place of pilgrimage for his followers. It is a must-see destination on Maharashtra tours. Shirdi is one of the top pilgrimage sites close to Pune and is linked to numerous stories about the famous Shirdi Sai. His selfless dedication and devotion to helping the poor brought him fame and he's highly revered to this day. Shirdi is the place where he got his 'Samadhi' which means the place of his final resting. Shirdi Temple Complex Shirdi temple complex covers around 200 square metres in area. Gurusthan, Samadhi Mandir, Dwarkamai, Chavadi, and Lendi Baug are all part of the complex. Shirdi Temple is one of the most prosperous temples in India with the equivalent of INR 4 billion annually in donations. Other tourist attractions that are located within Shirdi are Maruti Temple, Khandoba Mandir, Sai Heritage Village, Shanisinghnapur and Nashik. All through the year, a large number of people of different faiths visit Shirdi Sai Baba's temple. Everyday, around 50,000 devotees go through Shirdi village to meet Sri Saibaba. Each every day, during festival approximately 100,000 people visit the shrine. In the past, Sri Sai Baba Sansthan Trust (Shirdi) offers more than 2,500 rooms of various capacities. In addition to Shirdi's temple trust facility Shirdi offers a variety of options for hotels, from cheap to five-star. Book Car Hire In Jaipur Shirdi Best Visiting Time: Shirdi is a must-visit at any time of the year but the most popular season is between October and November. 2. Nashik Temples Nashik also known as Nasik is a city of religion located to the northwestern region in Maharashtra, India. Nasik is also the administrative headquarters of Nashik, which is located in the Nashik district. It is located 90 kilometers away from Shirdi 180 kilometers away from Aurangabad 182 kilometers away from Mumbai 221 kilometers from Pune and 234 kilometers from Surat. Nashik is Maharashtra's third largest city in terms of population, and is one of the states most sought-after pilgrimage destinations. Nashik is a renowned tourist attraction close to Aurangabad. Nasik is one of the Wine Capital of India, is situated along the banks of the Godavari River at an elevation of 700 meters. Nashik is famous for its many temples constructed under the reigns of different monarchs. These temples can be considered part of Nashik holiday packages. The 14 years they spent in exile Lord Rama and his wife Sita along with his son Lakshmana are believed to have stayed in Nashik for a brief period. Nashik is the name given to them. Nashik is believed to originate from an Ramayana incident where Lakshmana cut off Shurpanaka and Ravana's sister's Nasika (nose). The city also preserved a tradition of the Marathi legend that says that it was established upon nine summits. Nashik has been for a long time an important hub of trade and commerce in India. Nashik flourished during the Satavahana dynasty as it was situated on the route of trade towards Broach (Gujarat). The 16th century saw the town was changed to Gulshanabad and was later ruled by the Mughals. It is also famous for its part in the Indian war for freedom. Famous freedom fighters like Veer Savarkar, and Anant Laxman Kanhere were both born here. The most well-known Nashik places to visit include Panchavati, Someshwar, Ram Kund, Muktidham Temple, Coin Museum, Pandavleni Caves, Sinnar, Anjaneri, and Trimbakeshwar. In addition to its significance for religion, Nashik is recognized as India's wine capital with many vineyards scattered throughout the area. Nashik Kumbh Mela Taxi Service In Jaisalmer The most renowned events that takes place in Nasik are Nasik's Kumbha Mela, the world's largest religious celebration that takes place annually for twelve years. The spectacular festival attracts many people, including sadhus, pilgrims as well as holy people who soak in the sacred river Godavari. Another well-known festival of Nashik can be found in Nashik's Ramnavami Rath Yatra, which is celebrated with great excitement and pomp. The closest Airport is Mumbai Airport, which is approximately 167 km from Nashik. Nashik Road Railway Station has railway connections to the major cities of India comprising Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Bangalore. Through bus Nashik Central Bus Station located in Thakkar Bazar is well connected to Indore, Pune, Aurangabad, Shirdi, Mumbai, Nanded, Nagpur, Akola, Hyderabad, Latur, Satara, Kolhapur, Ratnagiri, Ahmednagar, Ahmedabad, Solapur, Surat, Ahmadabad, Vadodara, and other cities. Nashik is the best time to visit between October and March, and November through February is the busiest time of year. 3. Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai The god of Ganesha is revered in Siddhivinayak Temple, one of Mumbai's most well-known Hindu holy places. The temple was first constructed in 1801. the present structure is the result of modifications made in 1993. Although the large amount of gold covering the throne of the idol draws the majority of visitors, there are aspects of the temple that draw people to. On certain days, more than 2 lakh people wait to view Ganapati's sculpture. Don't be surprised to see celebrities pay tribute to the temple! (The Siddhivinayak Temple is a popular spot for Bollywood actors who seek blessings prior to starting a new show.) Even though the building is more than 200 years old it is in good condition, regular maintenance and repairs have maintained its gleaming. Visit Also Rajasthan In Desert Safari In Jaisalmer, Jeep Safari In Jaisalmer, Camel Safari In Jaisalmer, Book Desert Camp In Jaisalmer, Tent Camp In Jaisalmer Within Mumbai, Maharashtra, the Siddhivinayak Temple is located in Prabhadevi. The temple is dedicated in the name of Lord Ganesha and is among the richest temples in the nation. Siddhivinayak's temple is contained in a small mandap with wooden sanctuary doors that are carved with Ashtavinayak designs as well as a gold-plated ceiling. The exterior of the dome of the temple is illuminated with bright illuminations every evening and underneath it lies Ganesha's temple. The temple is accessible every on a weekday and darshan is offered on Wednesdays and Mondays at 5:30 am. Darshan times for Siddhivinayak Temple are from 03:15 to 12 noon and 10:15 at night on Tuesday. Darshan for devotees is free However, tickets for VIP darshan can be bought at the temple's desk. You can also schedule an online puja through the official site. It is located in Siddhivinayak Temple is approximately 11 km distant from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, while Dadar Railway Station is 2.5 kilometers away. Dadar Railway Station is 2.5 kilometers away. 4. Bhimashankar Temple in Pune Bhimshankar is a revered holy site for pilgrims located inside the ghat area in the Sahyadri Hills in Maharashtra and is the home of the 12 jyotirlinga shrines. Based on Hindu mythology that Lord Shiva was transformed into Bhima from the mountains of the Sahyadri upon the demand from the Gods to battle an evil spirit called Tripurasura. This led to the area around the Jyotirlinga was named Bhimshankar. When it comes to Mahashivratri an enormous amount of people visit Bhimashankar. Nana Fadnis, a Maratha statesman, was in charge of the construction of the shrine. The temple, dating from around the year 1814, is a representation of Nagra and Indo-Aryan architectural. Bhimashakar is a major biodiversity hotspot as well as a site of pilgrimage. The surrounding area of the temple has been declared a wildlife sanctuary. The barking deer, leopards as well as hyenas, sambar and deer are all present. The most famous of them can be identified as Shekru also known as The Giant Indian squirrel. Bhimashankar is also well known to those who love adventure. Hiking, trekking as well as rock climbing, are among the most popular things to do in Bhimashankar. Many adventurers visit the forests, especially during the monsoon seasons for a chance to experience adrenaline-boosting activities. 5. Ganpatipule Temple It is situated 350 km away from Mumbai within the Ratnagiri district in Maharashtra's Kokan coast. "Ganpatipule" is the place of residence of Ganesha which is a 400-year-old "Swayambhoo" (self-incarnated idol). The origins of the myth can be traced from the references in literature of the past including the Mudgal-Puran. It is called"the "Paschim Dwar- Devata" or "Paschim Dwarpalak" (Western Sentinel God).