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Monday, February 1, 2010

Bunny's Window Shopping @ Jonker's Street

Sigh...being jobless means cash is tight means Bunny cannot indulge in my favourite past time. I wonder why my Hunny no volunteer to buy me those nice shoes...*weeps* longingly...

So nice...!!! Nyonya Beaded Slippers

I tried some on...very so colorful!

A pattern being commissioned by a customer for the sifu to sew. The shoes must be ready by 22 February and the sifu told me he'd have to work through Chinese New Year to finish them.

Sifu at Work...

Nice horr....but not cheap. It depends on beads type and patterns. A pair of shoes starts at RM200 onwards...

Next on, we saw many little shops selling pineapple tarts and pastries. All were freshly baked on the spot. I didn't buy any as I have pre-ordered some yummy Eurasian Pineapple Tarts from Elissa's mum. My Hunny looked afraid when he saw me eyeing the tarts as I guess he was remembering the mountains of tarts the last time we were in Malacca...

They may look nice but if they used Margerine as the pastry base, then I won't like it at all...I prefer my pastry base made from butter...100% pure butter please. As for the jam, I liked them spiced with cinnamon, star anise or cardamons.

This is from a nyonya kuih stall that we walked past. Seeing the blue-ness is very appetizing especially when they are not made from artificial colouring but from a flower called "Bunga Telang". This kuih is usually eaten with a dollop of coarse egg kaya. Yummy! I didn't buy any as the weather was really hot and I was afraid the kuih will go off before it reach our mouths.

Hence, these were the stuff that I wanted to buy but did not buy. I was such a good girl yesterday :)



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