May 11, 2016

Sibu Tales : Cracked Eggs

Photo from Google...

IN Sibu A LONG long time ago, many poor families would go up to the grocery stores to buy eggs with cracked shells. They would be sold at 10 cents each and often, the families would be 5 or 10 at a time.

However the biscuit shops would also compete against them.  I remember one Long Gor shop would buy at least 200 eggs per week to make their cakes or long gor. After a lot of rumours went around they stopped practising it.. But then we would never know what kinds of eggs they use.

No comments:

Sarawakian Local Delights : Nipah Palm

Gula apong, aka attap sugar aka palm sugar is the sweet sap of the nipah palm (Nypa fruticans) Nipah palms grow naturally and abundantly...