: : Local Bakery : :
Granny : I want to buy some cucur and bread!
So, off we went to the bakery nearby. We usually go to Sunflower Deli in Tabuan Laru to buy some snacks although haven’t made a trip there since Kuching Fest started.
Looks like little pieces of fried chicken or worst, frogs! Urgh. That just about killed everyone’s appetite I’m sure. Still, it’s very crunchy and tasty. A bit more pricey than the prawn cucur but tasted good.
Angel Cake ala Soya Bean
Couldn’t believe it when the cashier mentioned that soya bean is used to make this angel cake. Still, it was very soft and you can taste the vanilla with the soy bean milk together. Yum! Something different for the week. Very light in flavour. Think it was steamed but could be wrong. However, very oily because of the butter used. Urgh.
: : Truth Laid Bear Showcase : :
I signed up for this a couple of weeks back before the article come out in the International Times just for the heck of it. It’s a place which showcases new blogs and that’s what I did. The attention-seeker. :p It’s all in the name of fun and just to see what will happen next. Click on the title and then look for yours truly! Else, click on this link to see the posting I submitted.
Well, as part of partipating in the showcase, I have to put up links to 3 other blogs so here they are :
Taking Up Space versus Emotional Eating : Errm… a bit out of place in a food blog but I did. :p
Me and Ophelia : Couldn’t find the posting on this site but she The Brits do not equate Chinese people under Asians. Wonder why?
Living in the future is so Cool! : It was definitely written in a humorous manner. Although, he can’t think above his crown jewels so *shrugs*. That’s the funny bit I guess. Sounds like a US college student. :p
Meaning of Life : Seems like a hot topic that never becomes out of date. Eerie eyes though.
: : Another article in the International Times : :
Granny : How to spell your name in English ah? (Granny cannot read English but knows the alphabets).
Wena : R-O-W-E-N-A. Why?
Granny : You come out in the newspaper again.
Here is a snapshot of the article. Something about getting to know one another? Granny tried to explain it but was a bit tough going. Can someone help to translate the article for a very curious little girl? 🙂 Again, it’s not available online so cannot use the babelfish. 🙁
Many thanks. Please do leave the translation in the Comments section. My email is getting full of virus-infected email (Yahoo! email that is) that don’t know whether can see your email.