15 Apr 2015 – For The Sweet Tooth…
Tue: 5-10mins drive to the mouth of the Danau River on one side and the S China Sea on the other side. Oil-rigs could be seen from a distance but was too early for sunset shots. Sad to see litter and garbage all around.
Tkx for the drive, Nidzam and Yashreen
Wed: Pumba the tom-cat was waiting for me outside my bedroom to ride with him this morning. To his disappointment, I went for a solo walk around the farm.
Kuih (also spelled Indonesian: kue, Hokkien/Teochew: kueh or kway; from the Hokkien: 粿 koé) are bite-sized snack or dessert foods commonly found in this area. Kuih is a fairly broad term which may include items that would be called cakes, cookies, dumplings, pudding, biscuit, or pastries in English and are usually made from rice or glutinous rice. Kuih stall in Brunei and kueh stall in Miri.
Tkx to Husna for the 4 varieties of kuih for breakfast this morning.
Kuih Lenggang: these green Spring roll-looking literally means Wiggle cake! It’s a pandan crepe filled with sweet dessicated coconut
Cucur Ubi: deep-fried shredded sweet potato.
Egg tart: on the rich side and the filling is more eggy.
Blueberry tart: similar to the Western ones.
Leonard bought these a few nights ago and always fun to taste new food.
Kuih Penyaram or kuih UFO! main ingredients rice & corn flour, coconut milk, palm sugar/gula melaka known in Malaysia, but here in Brunei it is call gula anau.
Kuih Denderam: sweet snack resembles a mini doughnut but is made from palm sugar.
Not easy here with daily cleaning and feeding. Leonard and the crew hard at work and deserve a good rest at the end of the day.
Sunset and starlight from the farm – Mother Nature at her best. Starlight pix credit to Leonard.