Tea Time in South-east Asia
This following entry marks seven years today for Kindly Yours.
|The Huat Kueh, a steamed light delicacy served in various colours to mark a celebration or festive occasion. Ubiquitous in Georgetown, Penang Island.|
|The colonial legacy has provided the pork and chicken pies, served on fine china. The pictured versions were bought from Bankstown in NSW.|
|Singapore orchids and Cambodian bananas grace the table at teatime with a south-east Asian theme.|
Setting captured in Balgownie, NSW.
|Cookies with a twist - clockwise, from left to right, with flavours as unusual like pandanus and curry leaf. Available from the Cookie Museum of Singapore.|
|Hong Kong styled Tarn Tart, the egg custard filled pastries so prevalently available at yum cha sessions around the world and based on the Portuguese caramel infused tarts from Europe.|
|Pork based ham with a spicy touch, a staple of Vietnam, ideal for either noodles or breads, or just simply eaten as a quick snack.|