Wednesday, February 25, 2009

리화 선물 고마워요


맛있어요 ^ ^

*Credit by Tom*
The first photo , described as "Delicious" by Ann ssi shows the Beh Teh Sor (pronounced in Hokkien) 马蹄酥 Ma3 Ti2 Su1 (Chinese)The snack derives its name from 马蹄 (horse hooves) because of its resemblance.It traces its roots to Xiamen (Southern China) which is why it is found in Singapore and Malaysia, thanks to immigrants from that part of China


이건 뭘까... 아직 안 뜯어봤어요^ ^

*Credit by Tom*
The second photo which shows the Kampong Snack should be Chilli Tapioca Crisps. In Malay, it's called Ubi Kayu. Some brands include peanuts as well.


팔찌 너무 예뻐요!



고마워요 ^ ^

* Thanks Tom for the explanation as always, it really good information for me! hahahaha ^ ^

8 comments:

Lee Hua said...

하하
bu ke qi ^^
Just a small gift!
이건 뭘까... 아직 안 뜯어봤어요...하하
You are so funny~
But이건 뭘까...
man man chi...

Halimah said...

Lee Hua~~~ the bracelet is really VERY nice!!!

Oh...and the dodol too..hahaha

Anonymous said...

The first photo , described as "Delicious" by Ann ssi shows the Beh Teh Sor (pronounced in Hokkien) 马蹄酥 Ma3 Ti2 Su1 (Chinese)
The snack derives its name from 马蹄 (horse hooves) because of its resemblance.
It traces its roots to Xiamen (Southern China) which is why it is found in Singapore and Malaysia, thanks to immigrants from that part of China

The second photo which shows the Kampong Snack should be Chilli Tapioca Crisps. In Malay, it's called Ubi Kayu. Some brands include peanuts as well.

Ann Ssi is grateful to have the pretty bracelets....BUT who are they from?
hahah

Tom

Lee Hua said...

Thanks Thomas! Your info is great!
Helpful to LA~

Halimah... I am still hunting a nicer one... big big big...

Halimah said...

The Ubi Kayu crisps also sometimes have sesame seeds one too ^^

Oh, and also sometimes have ikan bilis with the peanuts...

Bracelet from Lee Hua lah...Thomas don't pretend you can't read Korean hor....*poke your eyes*

Halimah said...

Ye~~~Lee Hua...wo ming bai...mai zhui (or chui?) DA de ^^

Lee Hua said...

mai zhui (or chui?) ???

Anonymous said...

I just guessed gasa gasa the hanggul lah... :)

最 = zui4 not zhui or chui (crispy!) :P

Yeah, I noticed the dodol also.. I like dodol..especially the durian ones.


tom