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Monday, 18 January 2021

Amphawa Steamboat Tomyum Home Kit @ Amphawa Boat Noodle

1/18/2021 01:23:00 am 6 Comments

Di kala kita semua menjalani Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan (PKP) 2.0, hari-hari dapur berasap. Siap fikir nak masak apa hari ini, esok dan seterusnya. Betul, kan? Kadang ada juga rasa nak makan sedap-sedap. Bila sedang musim hujan, tekak mula nak makan yang panas-panas... macam steamboat ke...

Mia nak war-warkan. Kebetulan, sekarang ini ada promosi Amphawa Steamboat Tomyum Home Kit dari Amphawa Boat Noodle. Boleh order dan ambil sendiri di mana-mana restoren Amphawa Boat Noodle berdekatan anda atau tunggu penghantaran ke rumah anda oleh Amphawa Delivery.

Set Amphawa Steamboat Tomyum Home Kit mengandungi tomyum base, squid flowers, vanamei prawn, beef ball, chicken ball, talapia fillet, baby corn, mushroom, abalone mushroom dan cabbage.

Harga 2-3pax RM39.90 | 3-4pax RM59.90 | 5-6pax RM79.90

Bila Amphawa Steamboat Tomyum Home Kit ready pack dah sampai ke rumah anda, boleh saja terus masak tomyum base (tidak perlu tambah air) sehingga mendidih di dalam periuk. Masukkan beef ball dan chicken ball terlebih dahulu. Kemudian barulah makanan seafood dan akhir sekali sayuran.

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Sunday, 17 January 2021

Saturday, 16 January 2021

KPJ Provides Covid-19 PCR Tests for Social Heroes

1/16/2021 10:52:00 pm 0 Comments
16th January 2021: Johor Bahru – Over 5800 people were evacuated to temporary evacuation centres after severe flooding caused by continuous heavy downpour hit the state of Johor. 

Working collaboratively, Iskandar Malaysia Social Hero Awards (IMSHA) Winners Network consisting of over 100 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and non-governmental individuals (NGIs) provided emergency response to help victims to evacuate and assist with post-flood cleaning for areas where the flood water has receded. 

One of the IMSHA Winners Network NGO, Ihsan Johor receiving a care pack after the test

Senior Minister (Security) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob however cautioned that although not compulsory, aid providers are advised to take the Covid-19 test as a safety measure and to reduce risk of potential exposure to the coronavirus. 

Caring for the safety and welfare of the NGOs and NGIs, KPJ Bandar Dato’ Onn Specialist Hospital collaborated with IMSHA to sponsor Covid-19 RT-PCR swab tests for those with exposure in red zone areas. 

"We care and appreciate the volunteers in helping the flood victims by providing them with RT-PCR Covid-19 test,” said KPJ Bandar Dato’ Onn Specialist Hospital’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Noor Haslina Harun.

"It is our hopes that such measures could curb the infection of COVID-19 pandemic amongst the community," she added. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how humanitarian work is now carried out. Aid providers must work in stricter conditions, adhering to SOPs of social distancing, wearing facemasks, face shields, PPE and staying sanitized. 

Welcoming the collaboration from KPJ Bandar Dato’ Onn Specialist Hospital, the Founder of the Social Hero Foundation which runs the IMSHA programme said to handle a crisis amidst a pandemic raises new challenges but thanks to the caring society at large, the safety and spirits of humanitarian responders is never hampered. 

IMSHA Leadership Council Chairman, Thanam Visvanathan getting her swab test done at KPJ Dato Onn Covid-19 Drive-Thru Test

“It is vital to deliver uninterrupted humanitarian aid to vulnerable people but the challenge is to ensure it is done while staying devoted to strict SOPs which is important for controlling the spread of COVID-19,” said Edey Suresh, Founder of Social Hero Foundation and IMSHA. 

Helping to realise the collaboration is Dr Ng Kim Fong, President of Persatuan Doktor-Doktor Johor who have actively been collaborating with many IMSHA Winners Network of NGOs and NGIs. 

“It's amazing when NGOs in Johor work together as it enables us to give more to the people who are in need. Honoured that Persatuan Doktor-Doktor Johor can play our role in this collaboration,” said Dr Ng Kim Fong. 

Among the NGOs who took the test were from Pertubuhan Ihsan Johor, Yayasan Kebajikan Suria, AmalTeam Johor, Kechara Soup Kitchen and Jewel. 

Thank you to IMSHA and KPJ Bandar Dato’ Onn for their help and concern in ensuring that we volunteers are always healthy and free from illness for the sake of us volunteers and the people we visit. May we all always be protected and continue to serve,” said Romzi Abdul Aziz from AmalTeam Johor. 

Local humanitarian aid providers are not new to crisis situations but are now exposed on the pandemic’s front lines as they provide relief to victims and vulnerable communities. They shoulder the burden of providing aid to the communities that they have helped make better and COVID-19 adds to the already vast challenges faced. Connect with them and help them help others in whichever way that you can. 

Friday, 15 January 2021

Thursday, 14 January 2021

Wednesday, 13 January 2021

Community Schools Answer To The Pandemic

1/13/2021 11:12:00 pm 2 Comments
KUALA LUMPUR, 13 January 2021 – One year on from the on-set of the COVID-19 pandemic, educators are still struggling with how best to keep students in schools, engaged and connected.

Local NGO, Dignity for Children Foundation (Dignity), with the support of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency’ have implemented a programme called “The Community Classroom” to bring education to the grassroots particularly the refugee communities in Malaysia.

Community Classroom works on the concept of empowering community educators to teach children in the community.

Explained Petrina Shee, Co-founder and CEO of Dignity: “Dignity operates education programme in Sentul for children and youths aged between 2 to 18 years old based on the Montessori philosophy. We have developed in-house over 200 work books focusing on numeracy and literacy. 

For the Community Classroom programme, we used these work books to train in-community educators who in turn will teach the children in their respective communities.

The current workbooks are divided into approximately 100 English workbooks and 100 Mathematics workbooks for children between the ages of four to eight. Workbooks for the nine to twelve years old group are being developed.”

Project coordinator Fadlin Linsai of Dignity hold weekly training with the community educators online. He would go through the weekly workbooks to make sure that the educators are sufficiently equipped before they start a new week. All relevant links and the workbooks are uploaded via Google Classroom for ease of access and learning.

“Not all the educators are trained as teachers but they are nonetheless very qualified. They hold professional degrees but could not do what they were trained for because they are refugees. With the Community Classroom, they are able to give back to their communities and, at the same time, acquire a skill that will help them make a fresh start and earn a living either locally or when they get settled in a new country,” said Fadlin.

The Community Classroom programme was implemented in March 2020. Currently the programme has 10 teachers reaching out to over 300 students. The majority of the teachers are women.

As an indication of commitment, each student is required to pay RM50 per month to attend classes. The students are also assessed after the completion of each phase before they can progress further. If need to, some would have to stay at a certain phase slightly longer even as their teacher revises the syllabus with them again.

The minimum number of students per class is 12 and the maximum 25 – depending on the “classroom” size and in accordance to COVID-19 SOPs. Classes with more than 25 students are usually split into two sessions - morning and afternoon.

Most of the classes are held in homes or community halls around the Klang Valley -- Ampang, Batu Caves, Cheras and Sentul.

Added Fadlin: “We have trained another 180 teachers who are able to run community education centres in Terengganu, Kedah, Pahang, Penang, Johor and Melaka that is benefiting over 600 students. We are also developing more workbooks.”

UNCHR funds the teachers’ training and wages, the development of the weekly workbooks and equipment. 

Apart from numeracy and literacy workbooks, Dignity has also started development of workbooks based on National Geographic magazines. This is to encourage students to be more passionate about the environment and nature as part of a holistic approach to education. These NATGEO workbooks have yet to be published pending copyright approvals.

Fadlin revealed that he hopes to extend the Community Classroom project to his home state of Sabah. “Coming from Sabah I know the challenges faced by educators particularly in the interiors. I shared the programme with my hometown in Pitas, Sabah, but I hope to be able to extend that to other areas so that they too can benefit from the programme.”

Looking back, there are positives to the whole COVID-19 pandemic. As the saying goes, necessity is the mother of invention and truly the Community Classroom is one that will cascade through generations.

Tuesday, 12 January 2021

Tazkirah 158 : Amalan Pembuka Rezeki

1/12/2021 01:41:00 pm 7 Comments
01. Solat awal waktu

02. Jangan buat ibu bapa marah

03. Rajin tolong orang

04. Rajin bersedekah

05. Rajin buang sampah atau halangan di jalan raya

06. Baca surah al-Waqiah

07. Selawat ke atas nabi Muhammad 1000 kali sehari

08. Suka menyampaikan ilmu walaupun sedikit

09. Tidak mengungkit pemberian

10. Niat cari rezeki kerana Allah Taala

11. Rajin berpuasa sunat

12. Istighfar 100 kali sehari

Monday, 11 January 2021

MYDIN To Offer ShopeePay For Contactless Payment Option

1/11/2021 08:05:00 pm 4 Comments
MYDIN, first hypermarket in Malaysia to offer ShopeePay for contactless payment option

SUBANG JAYA, 11 January 2021: Homegrown wholesale and retail chain, Mydin Mohamed Holdings Berhad (MYDIN) now offers ShopeePay at its retail outlets nationwide, making it the first hypermarket in the country to do so. 

The strategic collaboration between MYDIN and mobile wallet ShopeePay provides a new contactless payment option for MYDIN shoppers with aims to increase payment efficiency and encourage contactless payment amidst worrying times. 

Datuk Wira (Dr.) Hj Ameer Ali Mydin, Managing Director of MYDIN said, “With the current trend of over thousands of transactions across our outlets, allowing ShopeePay as a payment method will help speed up the process when compared to paying cash over the counter. Where systems are in place, it will also minimise the chance of human error.” 

“We are doing our best to break the chain of Covid- 19. Contactless payment, most importantly is an effective precautionary measure to minimise the contact and protect our staff and customers in stores.” 

To commemorate this partnership, MYDIN shoppers will enjoy a one-time special RM4 cashback when they spend at least RM10 and pay with ShopeePay at any MYDIN retail outlets from now to 28 February 2021, or until it is fully redeemed. Shoppers also stand to receive RM3 cashback daily on their subsequent purchase at any branch when they spend a minimum of RM15 in a single transaction. 

Additionally, first-time ShopeePay users will receive an RM8 voucher when they complete their first transaction with a minimum spend of RM25. 

Alain Yee, Head of ShopeePay said, “With the current conditions, everyone is striving to do all that they can to ensure safety and security, and this includes the customers and staff in the retail sector. As such, it is timely that businesses adopt contactless payments, such as using ShopeePay, as a measure to further minimise risk.” 

“With rewards in place like the cashback, this will also speed up the adoption of contactless payment as aligned with the nation’s vision towards a cashless society.” 

To start using ShopeePay and enjoy savings, shoppers can take the opportunity to purchase school supplies at MYDIN for their little ones as the 2021 school term begins. The special “Back to School with MYDIN'' campaign takes place from 7 January till 24 January 2021, and will offer school uniforms, shoes, socks, school bags, stationery items and more with attractive deals.

Sunday, 10 January 2021

Saturday, 9 January 2021

SDS Chinese New Year Delivery Makes Reunion Easier

1/09/2021 02:35:00 pm 1 Comments
Johor Bahru, 9/1/2021 – Farewell with the hassles of pandemic in 2020, we have welcomed the unpredictable New Year 2021. Global epidemic seems getting worse. This has made reunion become more and more difficult, especially during the upcoming Chinese New Year. In order to close up the distance between those who unable to back home for reunion and their loved ones, local most recognizable bakery and cafe, SDS, has decided to begin their mission to assist customers to deliver their Chinese New Year regards, with SDS hamper to their loved ones.

“We hope to do our best to share their festive financial burden under pandemic, with most affordable Chinese New Year hamper and cookies, to cheer up both sender and receiver,” said Mr. Lee Ling Sen, Marketing Manager of SDS Bakery & Cafe. 

This Chinese New Year, SDS has designed 7 festive hampers and 1 gift set, ranging from RM68 to RM588, which focus mainly on cookies that symbolizes good fortune and blessings. Each selection comes with appealing packaging ideal for presenting it as gift to relatives, corporate clients, and friends. “Smile Gift Set”, an affordable special design box is available at RM68 only. Packed with high value contents, the high-end hamper, “Gratitude Hamper” which sold at RM588, consists of a variety of SDS festive cookies, chocolate, “Buddha Jump over the Wall”, razor clams, chicken broth, bird nest slices, and a shiny ingots coin saving box. Other hampers such as “Welcome Spring Hamper”, “The Spring Hamper”, “Reunion Hamper”, “Fortune Hamper”, “Greeting Hamper”, and “Blessing Hamper”, are also packed with the “Must Have”, auspicious golden ox design coin saving box tin of cookies and bird nest drinks, the hampers are believed to be able to cater different demands of senders. 

According to Mr. Lee, SDS has upgraded their annual hamper delivery to each corner of Peninsular Malaysia this year, with more choices and platforms available for customer to pre-order Chinese New Year gift, and get delivered to their doorsteps. Interested customers may pre-order SDS Chinese New Year hamper via “WhatsApp” application or call hotline at 012-7660589. 

“In order to realize hassle-free festive shopping experience, we also cooperate with delivery platform, courier service provider, and online shopping platform, to assure that their Chinese New Year wishes can be delivered on time.” Mr. Lee added. 

Apart from SDS delivery hotline, interested customers can also visit their official website, or online shopping platform, such as SHOPEE and LAZADA, to search “SDS Hamper”, and pre-order Chinese New Year hamper or cookies online, and get delivered at their doorsteps. 

“In furtherance of raise up the joyous ambience of Chinese New Year, we have launched a digital campaign, to encourage SDS fans who wish to present their regards and hamper to their receivers, to upload photo wefie with the receivers in previous Chinese New Year, and write down the reason why do they want to send hamper to the receivers at caption, to stand a chance to win a “Fortune Hamper”, worth RM258. We’ll deliver the hamper to receivers with SDS mascot, A-LI Cai Shen, and make video call with sender during delivery of surprise, to hand over both hamper and wishes to the receivers.” Mr. Lee said. 

The digital campaign which will have a total of 5 winners is launched at SDS official Facebook page, and opened for entry now till 25th this month. Interested participants can visit SDS Facebook page for more information. 

Cookies are essential for those who acknowledge the encouragement of staying home to fill their snacking desire. This year, SDS has also introduced 21 selections of festive cookies and chips, range from RM23.80 to RM34.80 accordingly. “Phoenix Cookies”, the crumbly pineapple cookies baked with salted egg, which was first launched last year is proudly brought back by popular demand. One of the best seller, “Almond Seed Crisp” which is capable for non-stoppable snacking has also reintroduced this year with brand new golden ox design coin saving box cookies tin. All-time favourites cookies includes Nyonya Pineapple Cookies, Peanut Cookies, Chocolate Cookies, Nyonya Kuih Kapit and more are also available for sharing during New Year gathering with extended family members, colleague, and friends. Besides, SDS has also introduced 2 brand new selections this year, which are “Crispy Cuttlefish Seaweed” and “Caramel Popcorn”. 

Despite cookies, SDS also has tasty Kuih Lapis for Chinese New Year celebrations. 4 selections of traditional Kuih Lapis introduced by SDS include “Durian Kuih Lapis”, “Prune Kuih Lapis”, “Pandan Kuih Lapis” and original “Kuih Lapis” are available from RM38.80 to RM75.80, and it comes in “Standard” and “Royal”, 2 sizes. 

According to Mr. Lee, customers who spend RM50 or above on any Chinese New Year products will entitle with a pack of FREE red packet. Customers who spend RM100 or above will receive a red packet with festive wish paper slip in it. Whoever receive paper slip with gold wording festive wish, he or she only need to selfie with the slip and upload to his social media, he or she will be able to win RM88 SDS Bakery & Cafe cash voucher. 

“Reunion is the core of the festive. With the auspicious dish prepared this year, reunion can be done easier not only at home, at work, or at SDS Cafe.” Mr. Lee said. 

Gather for festive celebration is effortless with SDS scrumptious Chinese New Year platter, named “Golden Treasure Pot”, a delectable platter filled with 7 variations of favourable festive dishes, including “Rainbow Crabstick Roll”, “Fried Chicken Wanton”, “Salad Prawn”, “Thai Tilapia Fillet”, “Sweet & Sour Monkey Head Mushroom”, “Fish Roe Lucky Bag”, and “Garlic Mushroom Broccoli”. Available at RM88.88++, the platter which is suitable for 3 to 4 persons sharing, is completed with lucky cold notes in jug, named “Beauty Bird Nest Drink”, iced goji berry bird nest drink with red dates. Customers who savour other dishes in SDS Cafe throughout the festive season, are able to enjoy the bird nest drink with a-la carte too, at RM19.99++. 

“We used to celebrate Chinese New Year from a month earlier till a month after Chinese New Year. Therefore, we’ll have our Chinese New Year reunion platter ready from now till 28 Feb 2021.” Mr. Lee added.

Interested customers who wish to stay at home for reunion dinner can take-away or order “Golden Treasure Pot” for delivery too. Customers can choose to order via WhatsApp hotline or delivery platform such as FoodPanda, GrabFood and so on, and get delivered easily.

Social media live stream has become the trend of acquire entertainment or information nowadays. This Chinese New Year, SDS is going to switch on their social media live, to introduce hampers, cookies, and reunion dish, and also initiate the “LIVE-Only” special promotion for SDS fans to be able to pre-order Chinese New Year products at super valued price. Fans who LIKE and share the live stream to their own page or any group will stand a chance to win fabulous prizes too. SDS social medial live will be carried out on every Wednesday, 8pm, for four weeks since 13 January at their Facebook page, .

For more information on SDS Chinese New Year series, kindly log on to their official Facebook page.

SDS Chinese New Year series are available at festive booth in shopping complex including Plaza Pelangi, Sutera Mall, AEON Mall Bukit Indah, AEON Mall Tebrau City, AEON Kulaijaya, AEON Permas Jaya, Paradigm Mall and The Mall, Mid Valley Southkey. Interested customers can also visit their outlet at AEON Mall Nilai, Tesco Setia Tropika, Taman Pelangi, Desaru, City Square, The Mall, Mid Valley Southkey, Paradigm Mall, Johor Jaya, AEON Mall Kulaijaya, Taman Perling, Taman Universiti, Kota Tinggi, KSL City Mall and Setia Indah to purchase festive products. 

33 SDS bakery and cafe outlets are located at Bangi, AEON Mall Nilai, Tesco Setia Tropika, The Mall, Mid Valley Southkey, Taman Pelangi, Desaru, Plaza Pelangi, Paradigm Mall JB, AEON Mall Bandar Dato’ Onn, AEON Mall Tebrau City (Fanpekka Cafe), Johor Jaya, JB City Square, AEON Mall Kulaijaya, Taman Perling, Taman Universiti, Kota Tinggi, KSL City Mall, AEON Mall Bukit Indah, Plaza Pelangi, S’Mart, Giant Plentong, Masai, Ulu Tiram, Kota Raya, Kangkar Pulai, Setia Indah, Kota Masai, and SDS Bakery in La Boheme AEON Mall Tebrau City, AEON Mall Kulaijaya, AEON Mall Permas Jaya, AEON Mall Bukit Indah, AEON Mall Taman Universiti, and AEON Mall Bandar Dato’ Onn. 

SDS is the retail subsidiary of SDS Group, which is public listed on Bursa Malaysia since Oct 2019. As a Johor home-grown company, SDS Group develop its business with three subsidiary brands including SDS, wholesale subsidiaries Top Baker and Daily’s Bakery. Top Baker and Daily’s Bakery are bakery product suppliers and wholesalers delivering delectable bread to nationwide daily. 

Aligned with the Share, Dine, Smile motto, SDS which is well-recognized in Johor for its quality confectionery products valuable for money, continuously invents new creations to keep customer’s excitement in SDS products, and envisions to give customer the most enjoyable dining experience. 

The wide array of SDS confectionery includes bread, pastries, and cakes. Beside bakery, SDS Cafe is providing western food, local food, casual dining, coffee and beverages. Other than that, festive cookies, hampers, mooncakes, baby full month and wedding gift sets are also available at SDS.

Friday, 8 January 2021

Thursday, 7 January 2021

Confusing Words

1/07/2021 11:11:00 am 2 Comments
Especially => Particularly
Specially => For a purpose

Farther => About the distance
Further => About the degree

Older => is used to refer to both persons and things
Elder => is used to refer to persons

Altogether => Completely, in total
All together => All in one place

Beside => Next to
Besides => In addition to

Wednesday, 6 January 2021

Tuesday, 5 January 2021

Carta Pengkomen Tegar November 2020

1/05/2021 09:27:00 am 16 Comments
Carta Pengkomen Tegar November 2020

No 1 - Atie Zieya dengan 51 komen

No 2 - Cik TK dengan 31 komen

No 3 - Sunah Sakura dengan 19 komen

No 4 - Shida Radzuan dengan 13 komen

No 5 - Sis Lin dengan 11 komen

No 6 - Tiara Sapphire dengan 9 komen

No 7 - Muhammad Naim Abdullah dengan 8 komen

No 8 - Warisan Petani dengan 6 komen

No 9 - Fizah Abdul Halim dengan 6 komen

No 10 - Amie dengan 6 komen

Monday, 4 January 2021

Sunday, 3 January 2021

Resipi Doh Pizza Dengan Kemanisan Kayu Manis, Boleh Cuba Sama-Sama

1/03/2021 04:26:00 pm 8 Comments
Cinnamon Rolls, itulah namanya. Saat mula terpandang gambar untuk resipi menu ini terus dapat membayangkan bagaimana manis dan wanginya menu ini. Sesekali dapat nikmati gulungan kayu manis yang enak dan manis yang mudah disediakan dengan adunan pizza, bagus juga kan? Sesekali mencuba resipi baru. 

Tapi, tidak disangka pula yang adunan doh resipi pizza boleh dijadikan dalam bentuk Roti gulung bersama adunan kayu manis begini. Sudah tentu bila masak nanti, bau manis kayu manis akan semerbak di dalam dapur. Jangan jangan boleh sampai baunya hingga ke pintu rumah jiran sebelah. 

Ada juga terbaca di dalam artikel yang lain, bahawa resipi ini mementingkan adunan doh tersebut. Dan untuk menunggu doh naik memang agak makan masa. Nak mudah, gunakan saja doh pizza segera sebagai salah satu alternatif yang bagus. Rasa nak cuba resipi ni boleh terus beli doh pizza yang masih segar di kedai runcit, tidak ada masalah. 

Bahan-Bahan Yang Diperlukan

  1. Mentega
  2. Gula
  3. Tepung
  4. Kayu manis
  5. Ekstrak vanila
  6. Doh pizza
  7. Telur
  8. Air
  9. Susu

Cara Buat Cinnamon Rolls Lembut 

Bahagikan doh kepada 4 bahagian.Tabur papan alas dengan tepung.Ambil satu bahagian doh, rata atau canaikan doh dengan roller doh menjadi bentuk square atau rectangle. 

Sapu filling atas doh sehingga rata seluruh permukaan. Gulung perlahan dan potong doh kepada beberapa bahagian kecil dengan anggaran saiz 2 cm. Lenser loyang dengan marjerin dan letakkan doh yang sudah digulung dengan filling dalam loyang. Ulang langkah yang sama sehingga semua doh berjaya di gulung dengan filling. Biarkan doh roti mengembang sekali lagi sekitar 20-25 minit. 

Panaskan oven dalam 5 minit sebelum kita masukkan doh roti.Bakar dalam oven dengan suhu 170 darjah dalam masa 20-25 minit atau sehingga doh roti bertukar warna kuning keemasan. 

Tips Tambahan : Pastikan adunan pizza duduk selama kira-kira setengah jam, jadi lebih mudah untuk urusan menggulungnya nanti. Setelah selesai membakarnya, masukkan gulungan kayu manis dengan lapisan gula manis. Boleh sajikannya bersama segelas susu sejuk atau secawan kopi panas yang baru dibancuh. 

Antara Cinnamon Rolls Dan Pizza, Nak Dua-Dua

Cinnamon Rolls jika nak makan elok buat sendiri, barulah bau membakar yang wangi dari serbuk kulit kayu manis tu semerbak memenuhi ruangan dapur. Tapi untuk pizza, rasanya lebih mudah dengan menggunakan servis pizza delivery saja. 

Ini kerana pizza lebih rumit dan perlukan bahan topping yang pelbagai. Tambahan pula pizza ini sedap dimakan saat duduk lepak depan TV jadi semestinya di hari rehat begini, mahu betul-betul berehat. Biarlah buat pesanan secara atas talian saja dan tunggu pizza datang dengan sendirinya untuk di makan bersama famili.

Antara servis penghantaran pizza yang paling mudah dan ada di mana-mana, sudah tentulah Foodpanda.