Miku is actually the Hokkien word for the turtle dumpling. This year, I didn't visit the temple during the Nine Emperor Gods festive periods of nine days. I would love to buy miku for my people. Since the boss visited the temple nearby as he wanted to do some donations of food, I asked him to get me two miku. But he came back with these..
I just ate the small yellow one. Then I gave the other yellow one and the big one to my part-time cashier. Why her? Because without her, I would have to work full time. I gave the other big miku to one of my customers who gave me ang ku on that day. I also gave away the other two smaller ones to my other part-time worker who is very hardworking even though she is illiterate. So left one big miku for myself which I kept for my girl.
So recently my girl and I finished up the steamed miku with the kaya..