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Creating a graphic novel but stopping along the way to take some photos, eat some food and admire great art!

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Photography – Char Kway Teow Cooking

Awesome food photography in low lighting conditions by Toshio. Following on from the Char Kway Teow post, having a nice hot charcoal fire adds something very special to meal.

Street vendor cooking char kway teow over a charcoal fire :

Close up on the wok and the charcoal fire :

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6 Responses to “Photography – Char Kway Teow Cooking”

  1. Violet says:

    Mmmm street vendor food is so yummy and only a little bit salmonella-y. Yum!

  2. SIGMATE says:

    Ah but it tastes so good. It was actually very dark when the photos were taken!

  3. Julie says:

    damn! I want some! Though i have trouble with street food. My tummy does not agree with it :(

  4. amanda says:

    STREET FOOD IS THE BEST!
    you just need to be pro enough to differentiate between the dodgy and non-dodgy stalls ;D

  5. SIGMATE says:

    Julie :
    It’s so delicious but not for the weak of stomach. Sometimes it’s worth pain? My uncle has a mild allergy to prawns (gives him a rash) but he will endure it for the taste. :)

    amanda :
    Usually the worse the stall looks, the tastier the food!

  6. Toshio says:

    Thanks for posting up the pic. Will try out other hawker food cooked using charcoal fire and share them next time. :)

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