The jar of pineapple tarts that me and Johnny Ong picked at random in Tesco turned out to be quite good.
The Asian cookie is popular during festivals and the blob of orange is hardened pineapple jam. The pastries are fluffy, flaky and tastes buttery with “melts in the mouth” goodness. Kudos to Tesco for sourcing a good supplier. Shown as halal Nyonya Pineapple Tarts from Ann-Lee Industries on the label.
I enjoyed photographing the tarts because they look big. textured and luminous. Huat ah!
Panasonic Lumix GM-1, ISO 200, f4, 1/320 sec.
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The roads were peppered with mysterious stationery cars that stalled in the middle of the road, it seemed.
Jugjet found his Lulu moment when he realised he was tailgating illegally parked or driverless cars. All of a sudden, I saw a LuLu.
Like a Lulu, I felt like a ‘Jakun’ seeing the bright lights of Las Vegas for the first time. Lulu is also a local slang word for noobiness or a numbskulled person but usually used affectionately.
LuLu, the neon celebrated building here, as I found out later, is an international retail chain with presence in Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qater, Saudi Arabia, UAE, India and Indonesia. The lights of Vegas were soon outdone by an Yindian car we saw moments later. Coming up next.
Panasonic Lumix GM-1, ISO 3200, f4, 1/50 sec.
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