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Buddhist with an attitude

The third glass from the left, on the top row, contains basil seeds which are beautiful and delicious. When I have non Asian dinner guests at home, I like to serve them basil seeds chè and scare them by explaining that they are frog eggs.

Heather

They are so pretty!!

Preya

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens...these are a few of my fav-or-ite things:) I LOVE CHE!! Mmmm, looks so yummy.

Phuong

Sorry for asking but how many writers in this site? Because some posts are really good, some are real bad. some posts I can't feel anything but some posts make my mouth watering

Sticky

Don't hold back, Phuong! I suppose it depends on what takes your fancy, what kind of food you're in to.

It is a sight, Preya and Heather, to behold for a good few moments.

Buddhist - I bet you could think up a few other delicacies, too!

foodcrazee

lovely che..........

gemma

Those are beautiful! I am curious about the myriad of tastes. Let us know if you try one!

Stickyrice

Gemma - There are a couple of other posts on che. Check out the Sweeet category, posts called 'Afternoon Delight' and 'A Black che Moment'. On the day I took this pic, I was as full as a boot, couldn't have stuffed a pea in!

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