And for those who are so curious about Boulangerie 22, you;ll finally be able to try their stuff at the bazaar. I hope they’ll sell their macarons there because their maple macarons are the absolute best.
I got to take home this lovely pair of earrings featuring this teal tassle and blue cloisonné bead.
The salted egg chips were also craaazily good. The coating is thick!!! Thiiiiiiickkkkkkk!!!! I find that since a lot of people are doing the whole salted egg craze and plenty of shops want to join the bandwagon, a lot of stores just sprinkle a little bit of salted egg powder to the chips and then that’s it. The chips end up bland. These chips are crazily tasty, and not too spicy. Some people overcompensate the sometimes overwhelmingly rich flavor of the salted egg chips by making them too spicy. This is just right. As of now this and a close family friend’s recipes are now my top picks for salted egg chips.
I honestly gobbled through this whole bag fast enough that as soon as this photo was taken there was none left hahaha.
The chocolate was already hard when I got home and was told I could microwave it. But my family was enthusiastic enough that when I saw the chocolate again, it was already scooped out with a spoon.
I think these are good for currency. I took one of these pouches home, and the more I stared, the more I felt that these are at the perfect size to store bills. It’s not easy to take the bills out, but for home storage purposes, or when you’re using a safety deposit box, this should be nice.
And I guess they’re all about currency as they have these multi compartment zipper pouches! It’s not like they just randomly selected the ugliest zipper colors then put them together. These pouches have distinctly colored zippers because each zipper corresponds to each department. So that you can easily compartmentalize your currency/documents without having to open each zipper each time. This is a favorite for travel when you have money in more than 1 currency involved.