|Butterfly on a bird's eye chili plant|
I dreamed I was a butterfly, flitting around in the sky; then I awoke. Now I wonder: Am I a man who dreamt of being a butterfly, or am I a butterfly dreaming that I am a man?
Sky watch from my balcony
And God called the expanse Heaven. And there was evening and there was morning, the second day.
MALAYSIAN STREET FOOD
|image credit - Lee Khang Yi|
Lei (thunder) Cha (tea) was so named because of the loud noise made when the ingredients were traditionally pounded in a pestle and mortar. Essentially, it is a rice bowl topped with an assortment of green vegetables, beans, nuts, tofu, etc. A hot green broth is poured into the bowl and given a good mix. Very unique, very healthy but certainly not everyone's cup of tea. Don't mind the pun! Grassy and a tad bitter, Lei cha is an acquired taste. Think ancient Chinese pesto!
Love it or hate it — there's no in-between.
Indian street food
Nyonya desserts (kueh)
Weekly fogging for mosquito control