Malaysian Indonesian Singaporean Menu
How it works
Come November and already the Christmas bombardment is nearly reaching its peak... “BUY BUY BUY NOOOW!” But I don't have enough saliva or energy to spit on my telly (if you're eating: bon appetit!). So I've decided to cook my presents, like I have done last year. I wish I could give an omelette with a red ribbon on it, but it won't go down too well with the rest of the crowd, who is expecting something very very special this year... but what?
So after wrecking my brain, I’ve decided ...
Another excuse to scoff some tasty food: Malaysia Day.
Every 16th September Malaysians have a day off (and God knows if they have a lot of them!) and what do they do? They eat! They don't so much talk about the weather as about food, their national pastime. See? food distracted me already! So back to Malaysia Day which commemorates the joining of Malaya, North Borneo (now called Sabah), Sarawak and Singapore. Thing is that Singapore got its own independence from Malaysia in August '65... so ...
First make sure your camera is on get ready to draw Find a Malaysian (or Singaporean) and ask if they like popiah Take a picture
Those are tears of joy by the way