October 22, 2006

sweet & lovely

What is a celebration without food, glorious food? What you see above is Roti Pisang (banana), a variation of Roti Canai, a local Indian savoury type of pancake.

Yesterday was the first day of Deepavali. A 5 day festival. Following that is Hari Raya Aidil Fitri, which marks the end of the fasting month and the beginning of the new Islamic calendar. Raya should fall on Tuesday or Wednesday depending on when the moon is spotted. Can't wait! Raya is a month long celebration. I'm gonna get fat!


Blogger Lisi said...

ONE month! Ed, I'll get fat with you :-)...nice food pix!

5:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sin, sin ,sinfully fattening..but who cares, i want some !

7:00 PM  
Blogger Matthieu said...

It looks yummy. Would you send a piece of it to all of us :) ?

8:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

voila, c'est le genre de photo qui me fait prendre dix kilos rien qu'en la regardant (je vais devoir refaire mon footing ;o)) ). Humm cela donne vraiment envie.

veiled, it is the kind of photograph which makes me take ten kilos only by looking at it (I will have to remake my jogging ;O)) ). Humm that gives really desire.

11:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ooo... i find your photo blog again. :)so careless i am,after read those beautiful photos about the performance,i forget the name of the city....sorry.
but now i am back.... :-)
hope you welcome me...(winke...)

i like your blog's style.
and about the food , looks sweet... i am hungry now!!really hungry...

festival..wow.another festival..i like.esp, the long term festival ~~
hello from shanghai again

12:18 AM  
Blogger kaa said...

food.. and more food thats wat the festival season is about. yummy. so what feast have u planned for aidil fitri?

2:20 AM  
Blogger edwin s said...

if i could send a piece to all of you, i would do it in a flash.

kris, i dah makan so much! and raya is only days away!

let's just all get fat together (but in moderation ok?)

3:25 AM  
Blogger Gail's Man said...

Banana pancake, sounds tasty. What's the recipe?

6:43 AM  
Blogger Pod said...

hey dude. thanks so much for your help. i emailed you back. i ate so much this weekend..but i fink i could manage a small piece....

6:55 AM  
Blogger Carlos said...

Happy celebrations comrade, enjoy the food and watch you don't eat too much roti. Remember Brando!

7:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice shot of this crispy looking Roti Pisang:)

thanks for your nice comment on my dp today:)

1:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sudah lama tak makan ni lah. Last week I ate Roti Tisu at Penang. Yum yum yum....

1:46 AM  
Blogger Mile Stones said...

After just reading Nabeel's Cosmos post on Eid-ul-Fitr, I feel really up to speed on all of the festival activity. I didn't realise that Divali (as known in the UK) was moveable, but then I guess it would be. It's just that it always seems to coincide with the English Guy Fawkes Night (Nov. 5th), so that the firework oparties just go on & on. A month??? Makes Ramadan worth enduring, no? Hang on! Divali? Ramadan? Eid? Do you get to clelobrate the fests of 2 different religions?

2:07 AM  
Blogger Mile Stones said...

'Clelobrate' is a derivation of the better-known English verb, 'celebrate'.
I just derived it. What a great word!

2:08 AM  
Anonymous Rudy GirĂ³n said...

See what you've done, now I have to go have lunch... I am going to dessert, which I never have, because of this photo.

5:09 AM  

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