I was in the midst of writing a long and angry tirade about some other blog using my photos without asking for my permission and without crediting me, but life’s too short to waste my time like that and they have also rectified the situation to the best of their ability. Long story short, always ask for permission if you want to reproduce someone’s content (words, photos, videos) in any form and always, always give credit.
So instead of a rant, I want to show off some wooden kueh moulds that I found this week! I know I’m a complete sucker for retro, nostalgic items but aren’t they just lovely? I’m not planning to make kueh of any sort (severely lacking in time, patience, ability, and know-how) so I’m probably going to stick these moulds up on my kitchen wall as decoration. I was showing them off to my mum and she said that mine are not authentic and she brought out her well-used ang ku kueh moulds (that have actually been used to make ang ku kuehs) to show off.
I want to eat png kueh! Go and learn how to make it and bring it on Tuesday!
Haha! Why don’t I lend you the mould and you make for us!
HI, can i know where you bought the moulds? thanks. i can be reached at 8222 7727.
Hi, can i ask where to buy those moulds? Im looking for a small png kueh mould for my school project. Thanks!
Ground floor of Rochor Centre!
This is so awesome! Can you share where you got the new wooden molds? I have been looking for them
Hi may I please know where did u get those big and mini ang ku kueh moulds? And how much?
From Rochor Centre but I think the shop has moved out?
where can i get this ang ku mould
Hi may I know where to buy this ang ku kuih moulds ?