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silver_bird
23-12-2009, 01:39 PM
The term "Bak Kut Teh Halal" will not only confuse Muslims but it is also against fiqah (Islamic way of life and practices).

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2009/12/23/nation/5351869&sec=nation

mick123
23-12-2009, 02:41 PM
this shows how narrow minded and limited edition knowledge one can be. How is "bak kut teh referred to soup and pork used to prepare the dish" when bak means meat, kut means bone and of course teh is teh?

perhaps the chic kut tehs, the goat kut tehs and may be the fish kut tehs and the cow kut tehs would fare better than the term bak kut teh halal.........see see we have bo (spell as boar) kut teh

Sentinel
23-12-2009, 02:50 PM
There is only solution and that is to continue to call them:

i) bak kut teh
ii) sup kambing
iii) sup daging
iv) soto ayam
v) sup tomyam

Why go and cause a ruckus and confuse life? Live and let live lah...

AllUrban
23-12-2009, 04:00 PM
hahhahah guess the people marketing the product should have known that ji kut teh already exists...

Shows how much they really understand the product that they are marketing.

At the same time, I am cautious whenever I go to a restaurant that uses the word "meat" since there are many different interpretations of what "meat" is.

Cheers, m

m says, if it lived and died and is now on your plate then it is "meat" and you should be thankful~m

IceCooler
23-12-2009, 04:16 PM
There is only solution and that is to continue to call them:

i) bak kut teh
ii) sup kambing
iii) sup daging
iv) soto ayam
v) sup tomyam

Why go and cause a ruckus and confuse life? Live and let live lah...

Just to equate : ( dont angry ok.? after got swollen neck then you know ..)

1) Baru Kuat teh
2) Sop yong meh meh
3) Sop Lembu
4) Soto Ayam = what heck is this anyway , look like some children playing masak masak with real food.
5) Sop Swadeeecup

Sentinel
23-12-2009, 09:43 PM
Just to equate : ( dont angry ok.? after got swollen neck then you know ..)

1) Baru Kuat teh
2) Sop yong meh meh
3) Sop Lembu
4) Soto Ayam = what heck is this anyway , look like some children playing masak masak with real food.
5) Sop Swadeeecup
You are obvious not very smart fella as I see it. You have been stalking me for a while and try to irritate me by giving childish comments on my posts but sadly I have to be straight with you, you just don't have what it takes to write anything sensible.

You do not even know what I meant by listing down all those dishes. I was trying to say these dishes already exist and have their own name and they should stay that way but obviously even that is difficult for you to even grasp the meaning....

As for your comments on Soto Ayam, it only goes to prove that what I said about you not having what it takes to stalk and irritate me has been vindicated. Go ask your friends and neighbors about this coz it really showed how little knowledge you have about food and yet try to be smart and show off and give dumb comments.

Ditto
23-12-2009, 10:01 PM
Maybe in order not to `confuse' a certain group, the popular chee cheong fun has to be called `Koay Teow' though they are entire two different things.

What puzzled me is why Pau has to be called `Kuih Pau"? To me, Pau is definitely not any kind of `Kuih'. :rolleyes:

Sentinel
23-12-2009, 10:36 PM
Maybe in order not to `confuse' a certain group, the popular chee cheong fun has to be called `Koay Teow' though they are entire two different things.

What puzzled me is why Pau has to be called `Kuih Pau"? To me, Pau is definitely not any kind of `Kuih'. :rolleyes:
Chee Cheong Fun has the word 'chee' so they changed it... how narrow-minded can these people get?

decypher
24-12-2009, 01:10 AM
I didn't know they changed CCF to Koay Teow... That's 'confusing'!

USJ27Resident
24-12-2009, 02:50 AM
..... it is also against fiqah (Islamic way of life and practices).

.... like the likes of those (common folks) that continue to flock to the Kuda/Toto/Magnum outlets, and like the likes of those (certain royalties and ViPs) that still swig champagne and XO at hi class functions*...

a lot of hippos out there... :rolleyes:


*go look in the Malaysian Tattler.... and you will get the drift...

AllUrban
24-12-2009, 11:17 AM
I thought the Chee in CCF meant pig or pork?

Ex. last time we were in Singapore wifey told me specifically to order "prawn cheong fun", rather than "prawn chee cheong fun"

Cheers, m

currymee
24-12-2009, 11:22 AM
I thought the Chee in CCF meant pig or pork?

Ex. last time we were in Singapore wifey told me specifically to order "prawn cheong fun", rather than "prawn chee cheong fun"

Cheers, m

Errrr ....you may be right , I was thinking in Hokkien and remembered that back in school, we used to "tease" those boys with "chee" names that way ... :o :o

jimmyay
24-12-2009, 11:30 AM
Chu Cheong Fun (in cantonese)
Chu - meaning pig / can be replace by prawn (har)
Cheong - meaning intestines (look similar)
Fun - meaning noodle-like, kueytiaw-like