Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Food Aid 04


J'adore food blogposts!
If you have nothing to post about,
my tip for you is: just do a foodpost
with pictures and there you
go! 

This post of mine is a collection
of foodpictures I've devoured
 in Hong Kong. Also my last post
probably about my time in 
Hong Kong. It's been a while
now and I miss the Asian cuisine 
a lot.   

Anyway, back to my artwork
and homework.

Dim sum: (steamed custard bun, custardbun & mexican cream, dishes, 'zhaliang' fried dough)

An ordinary eggtart with 'swallow birdnest' on top. 

Me @ Hey Yo!! There are so many froyo (I love that word!) bars in Hong Kong! 

Streetfood! Quail eggs anyone? Or sweet potato? 粽子 perhaps?

I miss having milktea and French toast in HK style :c with breakfast!

Gingerbread latte & redbean pie


I'm feeling: tired
Music: On Monsters And Men - Love Love Love I've discovered this band just a week ago, they make quit unique music. I like it!
Food: milk & muesli
Drink: tea 

50 comments :

  1. gimme gimme! Omygod, al het eten ik wil ook haha! ik heb nu honger door jou :b.

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  2. OMG, HK is seriously the food capital of the world :) Your pictures are glorious! I want to eat dim sum and Chinese now :) Those desserts are the best, aren't they?? =)

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  3. omygod custard bun is one of the best food in the universe!


    xoxo
    style frontier

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  4. ugh this all looks AMAZING. I was in Asia last summer and now you're literally making me yearn for it. I love your blog, new follower :)

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  5. -Must not read blogs and go to study- What exactly are those things you eat at the froyo store? :o

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  6. Oon nu heb ik honger... dankejwel, hahah :D

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  7. My stomach is rumbling so hard right now...........hungry!!!!!!! Looks so so so goodddddddd

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  8. so much fooooodddd. i love love love all those chinese egg stuff that you have in the beginning. my chinese sucks so i don't know what they are called. but it looks amazing in your photos.

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  9. oh my! everything looks soooooo yummy yummy yummy!!!! :D

    katslovefashion.blogspot.com

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  10. Everything looks so tasty! I've never had a steamed custard bun, but I've had a baked one, so I'm guessing, it was very tasty? And I like how McDonald's varies depending on the region you're in. :)

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  11. PS I forgot to mention that I've been enjoying Of Monster and Men too. I hear them quite a bit on the radio.

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  12. I don't think there are hedgehogs here in melbourne :(
    But i might catch one of them scarey possum things!

    Haha omg i miss HK french toast >< i only went back at the start of the year for a whole 6 weeks.
    My schedule was wake up, yumcha, french toast, THE DIMSIM SKEWERS FOR 10HKD, HK crepes, froyo, yumcha again, hicken wings and milk tea, dinner at a random cuisine, more dimsim skewers and then hk style desserts! Between the meals i find time to shop Dx

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  13. Aww everything looks so good! I am craving for Chinese food now. It's been so long since I've went for dim sum too. I love that McDonalds adjusts their menu options to fit the culture of the area - red bean pies are something I'd definitely like to see in the McDonalds here :P

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  14. never had the egg tart with the swallow's nest on it, i imagine the egg tart would over power the nest flavor!

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  15. Ooooh yummy, ziet er allemaal echt heel lekker uit! En die red bean pie lijkt me heel lekker. :'D

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  16. Wow you totally got me hungry with all this food! Yum yum

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  17. omg they have red bean pie at McDonalds?!? So exclusive! :D The food looks mouthwatering... I'm happy not to be the only person indulging in the sweet temptations of food (¬‿¬) The quail eggs look so cute!

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  18. wow there is so much yummy food going on in this post! and i really like your last photo as well. that is so cool that there is red bean pie at mcdonalds too TtoTT i want some! btw i answered you on my blog but i shoot with a nikon d300 :)

    xx rae

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  19. hmm looking at these make my mouth watering! The street foods look so yummy and tasty! :D

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  20. Sigh....if we hadnt cancel our trip to HK i probably oredi taste the foods there. Huhu. HK famous for their eggtart right. I wonder if it taste better than here, though. All the foods here looks so delicious. Sadly i can only imagine now. Huhu.

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  21. OMG that custard bun is to die for !!! Now I'm hungry *drool

    www.coffeecreamandthecaffeine.blogspot.com

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  22. Everything looks so yummi *-* and your photo's are so pretty <3

    xoxo

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  23. Oh my gosh, it looks so good :) Your pictures made me hungry

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  24. you look great, love your blog! <3

    Follow you now!

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  25. I totally agree. Food posts are love.
    I can't believe there's swallow's nest on that tart - does that tart cost like a million bucks? like seriously though, it's like $100CAD/1 ounce of that stuff ......

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  26. omg! so yummy!!

    xx

    www.aroundlucia.com
    www.aroundlucia.com

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  27. All the food looks so tasty and mouth watering *w*! Ah! HK street fooood <3 Haha everytime I go yum cha I always get the lai wong bao~ : ) too yummy to not get.

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  28. ohhhh...i love custard bun esp. the one sold at maxim's palace city hall. THE BEST custard buns!! zhar leung is another one of fav hk snack ^^

    xoxo
    mochaccinoland.blogspot.com

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  29. it seems so fun at hk, and those foods makes me hungry now :)

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  30. love the chinese buns so much....my favs!
    following u now.
    follow me back if you like!

    Find me on:
    Miss Kwong - Art and Fashion

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  31. Omg, I like food posts too, the first few pictures just look so gooood! x

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  32. omggg so much food!

    and that snowman latteeeee is sooo cutteeee<3

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  33. Omg why does everything seem so amazing?:) xx

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  34. those quail eggs looks warm and delicious. i love street food!! cheap and yummy >w< do you want to follow each other? :D
    kisses from indoneia,

    chimpanzeeinpink.blogspot.com

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  35. o.m.g. i'm drooling!! and man, this looks so delicious! hope you're well sweetie!

    <3 james

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  36. oh wow. thank goodness i checked your page in the morning. at least i'm full!
    i totally have to follow your tip. when there is nothing to post, do a food post. well, i'm just eating oreos lately so it's kinda boring.

    you ate so much in HK, awesome. i was too scared to eat much because i don't wanna have a full stomach while on the go, i fear the restroom on foreign places. hehe.

    btw, the streetfood i really liked there were fried squid. :D

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  37. you take pictures of the yummiest food!! the dim sim looks sooo good and I didn't know froyo was so popular in HK! just another reason for me to go there lol :D

    metallicpaws.blogspot.com

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  38. OMG SO GOOD. WHy do you have such pro photos skills?! What topping did you put in the frozen yoghurt? Blueberries, skittles? strangely large tapioca pearls? Green bean things? x misstea & co.

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  39. Ahhh I love food! and whoa they have red bean pies, that's so cool :D

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  40. Yummy! :O I'm getting hungry when I look at these photos! :)

    xoxo~`Cade` >.<

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  41. I miss the red bean food! And the treats made out of sweet potato. I bought sweet potatos here but they just don't taste the same...

    Did you know there's a chain which sell frozen yoghurt here? http://frozz.com There are a couple of them in Amsterdam, Utrecht, Dordrecht and Maastricht. And I think there are probably also some other stores selling frozen yoghurt <3

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  42. re:
    antwoord op jouw reply :p
    Leuk he! Maar het is wel een beetje duur, dus je kan het eigenlijk net zo goed zelf maken. Hoef je ook niet steeds je huis uit. Ik doe altijd yoghurt in van die bakjes met een stokje eraan. Maar je kan ook yoghurt met wat suiker in de vriezer doen en dan om het half uur erin roeren, dan wordt het net zoals uit de winkel! Makkelijk he! Ik zou het er 2 uurtjes in laten, maar het is maar wat je zelf lekker vindt :)

    Ps: als jij replyed en ik antwoord daar op via mijn blog, zie jij dat dan? Weet wel dat mensen die op wordpress zelf zitten daar een berichtje over krijgen maar heb geen idee hoe dat met andere mensen zit.

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  43. I saw your Hong kong foods, so I an very very hungry now!!!
    akiko
    http://kimonosnack.blogspot.jp/

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