Friday, 29 February 2008

Will you join me for breakfast?

This is the pan cham kueh, cooked on a big brass tray over a slow fire and then folded into half before the pieces are sliced up on a piece of flat wooden plank. Thus, the name "pan cham", meaning chopped on a piece of plank. When I was a small brat, I couldn't say pan cham and always ended up with jamban kueh. know what jamban means, don't you?

Never mind. Come, join me for brekkie. I'll pan cham half of this for you!

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