Thursday, September 28, 2006
Cool autumn air is here. It's been very chilly in the mornings and evenings, and warm in the afternoons with no clouds in the sky. Even though I enjoy the crisp, cold air in my mornings walks, the tots are having runny noses again, and I'm having a hard time trying to get rid of this persistent cough. Have tried Children's Benedryl for the tots, and Robotussin, Dayquail, Mucinex, to African Sea-Coconut Brand cough mixture (not all at the same time) for myself, and everything was to no avail. As everyone here have a lacking appetite, I made some chicken porriage for the little ones and some paus for snacks. Used some of the homemade lotus paste with added frozen pandan leaves for flavoring. That's why the fillings has a greenish tint to it. Mmmm, maybe I can tint the pau too and make it for Christmas or St. Patrick's Day next year. About time for a East Meets Irish treat! Ha! Maybe the meds are getting to my head... Also made some red bean paste paus. Now my tots say "more paus, please!"
Posted by East Meets West Kitchen at 2:50 AM
Labels: Asian snacks
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Nice paus! Very hardworking lately huh?
Post a Comment