Sugar Cane ice-cream

I bought a packet of sugar cane which cost RM3 at the Ramadan Bazaar last Sunday..


Upon reaching home, I quickly poured it into a tea pot. It filled up till the rim.


With care, I poured it into the plastic which was given by my friend.


Managed to fill up 8 tubes.




Luckily I had stopped by to buy the sugar cane. Otherwise, I wouldn't have met my long-lost colleague. She has transferred to another school. I'm glad that I found her. She was my best colleague when we were teaching in the same school..

Selamat Berpuasa to my dearest friend!
Selamat Hari Raya to her and her family!

Comments

  1. This is life huh! We will be meeting our pals from time to time. And it feels good to see them. :D

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    1. I always love to meet my old friends again..

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  2. this is life huh!! when you try hard to hunt you don't find, but it always appear out of your unexpectation.. :)

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    1. it feels so good to bump into someone you have "long lost" right??

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    2. i am sure you now have exchange contact and will be keeping in touch more often..

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    3. definitely..she even invited me to her house for raya..

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  3. wow, i would have thought you just consume the sugar cane juice..

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    1. so you actually have that "light bulb" to make them into sugar cane popsicle, that's cool!!

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    2. sure very refreshing and cooling especially under such warm weather recently..

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    3. yes..I haven't been eating it for such a long time. It felt like those days when I used to have such popsicle.

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  4. that is nice to meet long lost friend

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    1. how long ago was that she transferred away? Hmm...means you are still as pretty as ever that she can recognise you

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    2. ooo ice cream potong sugar cane. Good idea. will try it.

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    3. oh, I recognised her first..then she remembered me..
      Yes, you should try for your little Jordan to enjoy..

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  5. That ice popsicle! Nostalgia~ I remember I used to get those from canteen after school to quench my thirst!

    Cut one end and suck suck suck, ahh~~~

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    1. So there was 2 good happening in a day - met with long lost ex-colleague and sugar cane popsicle!

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    2. yes, it's cool to suck it..
      Great happening too..

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  6. What a lucky & sweet visit to the market!



    Aloha from Honolulu
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  7. Aha! I was wondering why on earth you would drink sugar cane from teapot?? Kena tipu.

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    1. haha..it's easier to pour with the tea-pot..

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  8. It brought fondest memories when I saw your iced popsicles! I only had coloured sweetened water when I was in primary. They should have served Sugar Cane like this!!

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    1. I haven't come across sugar cane popsicles..maybe mine the first?

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  9. Many long lost friends found me in facebooks!! I realised fate has changed after over 10 decades. Sometimes we have lost the excitement and fun to get closer again. So I just move on.

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    1. but I still have the excitement when I meet my old friends..

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  10. How nice to meet long lost friend. :)

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    1. most lost things could be found..

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