31 Jan '11, 1am

Before there was Mochi, there was Ang Ku Kueh #chinese #southeastasian #singapore #food

Before there was Mochi, there was Ang Ku Kueh #chinese #southeastasian #singapore #food

Nowadays, our kids probably know more about Mochi than Ang Ku Kueh. When I was a kid, everyone knows about Ang Ku Kueh, especially if you are Hokkien. You know what I am talking about right? That Ang Ku Kueh song that starts with a Monk knocking on an olive: Orh Ni Gu, Kok Ka Nah, (Monk, Knocking an Olive) Chup Jee Hueh, Cho Ah Mah, (12 years of age, becomes a Granny) Ah Mah Derng, Ah Mah deh, (Granny long, Granny short) Ah Mah Tao Jiak Ang Ku Kueh. (Granny ate an Ang Ku Kueh in secret) Ang Ku Kueh Sio Sio, Jiak liao Tio Beh Pio, (Ang Ku Kueh hot hot, eat already strike lottery) Tio Jip Bah, Hor Lang Pah, Tio Jip Cheng, Hor Lang Jeng! (Strike 100, let people slap, Strike 1000, let people punch) Wish someone made a music video! Anyway, whenever I see or hear about Ang Ku Kueh, that rhyme is the first thing that crosses my mind. At first, I thought it was quite a universal s...

Full article: http://ieatishootipost.sg/2011/01/ji-xiang-ang-ku-kueh-be...

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