March 31, 2006

How to make a Malaysian Quilt: Bangsar Pasar Malam epilogue


Having spent the last 3 posts looking at food when I had nothing in my pantry was a test of how far I could stand against the growling of my empty stomach. I close this series with a collage of whatelse you can find/buy at the market. Choong or Ba Chang (glutinous rice wrapped in lotus leaves), Roast Duck, Siew Mai and Fishballs in a bamboo steamer and dried anchovies. Yes, I'm hungry again and deciding what to post tomorrow.

(the Bangsar Pasar Malam series is dedicated to Kris in that little Hungarian Town. Semoga semuanya selamat. Sehingga pulang ke pangkuan tanahair.)

12 Comments:

Blogger Grant F said...

great pics...just as well I'd eaten before i looked at your last few pics. i love wandering around markets in south-east asia - such a wonderful experience for all the senses!

3:02 AM  
Blogger Kris said...

I'm here again for more of the Bangsar PM ! keep *swallowing hard* as typing :p.

Thanks for posting these :) Hopefull i'll bump into u the next time i visit the market ;)
* i pernah jumpa u (rambut panjang)!

3:16 AM  
Blogger Cynthia! said...

I´d love to know that those taste like :)

5:05 AM  
Blogger Edwin Sumun said...

Your're right about the markets Grant. The senses definately get their money's worth. Every market is different.

Oh Cynthia! If only we had 'scratch-n-sniff' pages... The Roast Duck was divine (my 2 friends and me consumed a whole one!)

We pernah jumpa ke Kris? And with long hair! My, my, that must've been years ago. It's a small world after all. ;) (and I'm bald now!)

7:38 AM  
Blogger dutchie said...

Looks terrific!

1:45 PM  
Blogger Sam said...

You're making me hungry and I just finished breakfast!
LOL - great pictures!!

3:54 PM  
Blogger bob said...

I'd love to try the rice in lotus leaves - do you eat those as well or is it just the packaging?

7:44 PM  
Blogger luminlight said...

YUM-O!

11:51 PM  
Blogger Edwin Sumun said...

I felt the same when I saw your apple pie Sam!

Bob, the leaves are just wrapping. These ones have rice and a spicy shrimp stuffing. Usually, it's stuffed with mushrooms and chicken or pork. Different varieties. There's a sweet one too. I love these!

Yum-O is the word!

12:34 AM  
Blogger Anne said...

The pecking duck looks yummy!

9:37 AM  
Blogger crayon said...

Hello..bumped into your site while bloghopping!
Stomach literally growled looking at the pasar malam pics. Will have to contend with frozen dimsum here in Scotland...

10:01 PM  
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