Happy year of the cockerel
Gimme gimme! Happy Chinese New Year!!!
Nom Skor. Khmer childrens’ candy made of coconut, sugar & a bit of rice. Garishly coloured, how can one resist???
Deep fried sandwiches at the riverside festival. Thaifood
White (cheese) Christmas. St Marcellin, St André, Chevre, St Félicien. A saintly parade of raw milk curds all banned in Australia, alas. roughingitinbattambang
All decked up for the holidays. Happy New Year next, everyone!
Xmas gift from artist @morrison_polkinghorne He stamped Cambodian lotus stems with India ink onto Vietnamese hill tribe paper, then bespoke framed in heavy gauge steel crafted by a local Battambang forger
Christmas morning 🍾And a happy new year to all
We fossicked this green & red bamboo spirit house from the local Battambang market. Amazingly, both its design and colors are perfect for Christmas. Indeed, it looks more Western than Asian, what with its tall gables and Germanic-style marquetry decorations. So we’ve festooned it ecumenically for the holidays, with tiny vintage Santas (a legacy of my mother Joni Y); topped […]
Christmas Stollen ready for the oven. Afterwards, two heavy coatings with butter & powdered sugar, then ageing till Christmas. Question: this recipe calls for glazing with egg white prior to baking, but won’t that hinder the butter absorbing after baking? Any stollen experts wish to comment? Macerating dried fruit in rum for my Christmas […]