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Monday, August 13, 2007
Funny how you miss the simplest things

Originally uploaded by jonpoon
Recently, we found the Khong Guan Cream Crackers in a Korean supermarket, and i bought them as part of my breakfast/supper protein shake supplement.

Upon the first bites of the crackers, i then realized how long it has been since i last took them in Singapore.

Sharon recently just asked me why i want to eat them again, and i've no idea how to explain... the body just feels like eating them.

Another similar item you'll find on our flickr site is the prawn crackers. Sharon and I both love it. 8).
posted by Jonathan at 7:39 PM | Permalink |


At 12:04 AM, Blogger Ed, Edd & Eddy !!!

The best way to eat these Khong Guan biscuits is to dunk them into coffee. Simple and old school, but you can't beat that.


At 4:57 AM, Blogger Kelly Chan

Shall I courier over a pack of Laksa, Mee Siam or Chicken Rice?


At 12:25 AM, Blogger Jonathan

Thanks for the offer Kelly. We have some rather lame substitutes for chicken rice, and laksa. Don't think we saw mee siam yet.

There's an Indonesian place here that has some pretty good mee rebus and a weird form of lotong that was totally unrecognizable in any form or shape, hehe..

I'm more of a Khong Gan biscuits+tea person 8).


At 11:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous

When the hunger kicks in, eating by itself is good enough. Sure beat SAF d** biscuits, if u know what I meant.