They are all burnt at the top! Are they still edible? Can they be sold? Yes!
These are the traditional bread that is being sold in Singapore. Only a few shops produced these now. The black crust is taken off, and inside they are the softest bread you can ever get!
To see more pictures of these bread, how they look and the shop, visit my Singapore Food Daily Blog.
Looks tasty....but it's strange how the top is allowed to get so dark-knowing that most people won't eat that part!
its the traditional style. look at my food blog site to see the rest of the pictures. then you know how it looks after the top is taken off.
u should try it! very very soft inside.
like us,the Chinese people, they got black hair heads....
haha.. jing, u are funny. :-)
I enjoyed reading about this and seeing your other shots of the bread. They look so funny sort of.
Very ingenious! Someone burnt the bread by mistake and figured out a way to capitilize on it ;-)
Isn't that the way champagne came to be?
aha, very interesting post, keropod!
I'd like to taste it sometime!
Great photo and loved the extras on your food blog. It was fun to read about this bizarre looking bread!
How interesting! Sounds like a burnt marshmellow -- only when burned is it the best inside. :)
I can only imagine that it cooks very fast and that is why the inside is kept soft.
Love the commentary. Your photographs are beautiful. I love Chiantown. Wish I was back there. Please feel free to explore the images of Chinatown here.
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