Sunday, February 7, 2010

Chinatown - Chinese New Year 2010 Shopping Part 2

Every year this company would set up stalls selling waxed ducks, chinese sausages , etc. There's even preserved pig trotters on sale.

I dont mind the chinese sausages and waxed ducks but not the pig trotters.

This year there are not many stalls selling the famous taiwanese muah chee. When it was first introduced in Singapore, almost every stalls sold the muah chee.

Cookies for chinese new year selling for four jars for $5. Come Chinese New Year's Eve, the price will be slashed to about fifty cents per jar. I am baking some cookies for chinese new year.


CC said...

It's all so beautiful..and I wish I was there looking at all the wonderful things... Happy soon to be New Year my friend...have fun baking cookies..

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Shoppers are spoilt for choices and competition must be great. happy shopping! Gong Xi Fa Cai!

Lara Neusiedler said...

food is always important for celebrations!

Photo Cache said...

really fun to see all the buzz and chaos at chinatown during the new year.