Thursday, May 31, 2012

Selamat Hari Gawai

It will be a long holiday in Sarawak starting tomorrow as Gawai celebration falls on 1 and 2 June.  But no holiday for me as my staff is taking her Gawai leave, so I would be mending the shop. 

Last week she brought us some kuih jala that she home-made.  I always love kuih jala.  Crispy and tasty, but mind my throat, I did not dare to eat too much.  Just take a bite of her kuih jala.  She used gula apong so it was very tasty.




Business has also picked up, thank god.  But expecting lesser people for the remaining week as school holiday is still on-going. Most people that I know go for holiday.  Even my kids and BIL and family are on holiday, leaving me and hubby at home. 

Maybe we will take some time off to visit my staff tomorrow.  She has been inviting us to visit her house for some kuih, pansoh, kasam and tuak!  *wink*

So to all Dayak friends and readers, Selamat Hari Gawai!

10 comments:

Yan said...

First time seeing this brown sugar roti jala.

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アンゼエリン said...

It is crunhcy and sweet? I think I had before...

yvonne said...

The kuih jala is eaten just like that? We have kuih jala here, yellow color and is eaten with curry :)

Rose said...

It is crunchy and sweet on its own. No need anymore condiment.

Small Kucing said...

uiks....usuallythe ones i saw is yellow and soft. this is interesting

lvynana said...

My kids love this kueh jala also. Happy weekend to you.

Coffee Girl said...

hi! coincidentally i have the same kuih jala pic in my latest entry! haha. Happy holidays Rose!

FiSh. ohFISHiee said...

is it a tradition to have kuih jala during gawai day? i thought it would be yellow in color :)

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wenn said...

kuih jala? I only know roti jala..