Here are my little spending spree during my 3 weeks holiday, nothing glam, just some mini snacks collection. I bought several Japanese snacks when I was in Hong Kong (some of them did not have a chance to be photographed...sorry readers, they were demolished before they get a chance to do a little publicity stunt). The good thing about Japanese snacks (majority of them) is they are individually wrapped - really practical, I can rotate everyday without having headaches about 'this will go off before I finish the whole box'. I have been bringing them to work almost everyday that my boss suspects I run a mini Japanese snacks store after I came back from my holiday. Anyway, here they are...my little snacks store.
|Left - Caplico, chocolate snacks in a cone, it is like eating mini ice cream cone without the ice cream|
Right - Midi Pocky, shorter and thicker than normal Pocky
|Left - Bourbon black sesame biscuits, it is like a jumbo thin coin with thin layer of black sesame cream. Packed individually, very handy to bring to work. Again...this is light.|
Right - I haven't had a chance to try them.
|Left - Meiji Mushroom chocolates, mushroom shape honey caffe latte chocolate|
Right - Meiji chocolate button, errr it is pretty similar as honey caffe latte ones
|Some touristy stuff that I bought...key rings. Chip & Dale, Panda Bling, and another Panda|
Seriously, how many key rings do I need? .....
|Mickey Mouse oven mitts from Disneyland, too cute to be left un-adopted. This will encourage me to do more baking (I hope). It's a good start to have a proper baking props ... =)|