Hello. I am a Eurasian from Singapore. My mother is a Pereira and a Kristang and my father is a Scottish descended Eurasian. I myself married an Indonesian man and I am very sad to say that the Kristang culture in Singapore is as good as dead. I was very happy to stumble on your blog while searching for an alternative pang susi recipe. It appears that you have not updated your blog in a while and I hope it's not because you do not plan to continue documenting the wonderfully unique and sadly endangered Kristang culture. I have enjoyed your posts and picked up a few unfamiliar Kristang words. I have not spoken Kristang as often since my Kristang maternal grandma passed away over 30 years ago and the language is fading in my memory. Please keep up what you are doing and help keep our culture alive in any way you can.
Dear Denise, I'm so glad you found my blog and found it use ful. I will update as I'm now so busy with my work. I'll get on it soon.
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This is a great recipe.I will definitely try it.
Hi SaraMy name is Eisler Pereira I am very sorry that I can't send you a message on the pang susie recipe. I would like to do it. I have send you many replies pertaining to this but was unable to send as the message just was deleted...had to wait until my daughter comes back from work just now.Please except my sincere apologies...for any incomplete messages to you...Yo pun Kristang...bos sa recipe mas sabrozu...kotra Ka singapura inte jenti bodi faze istiTudu jenti...mai..pai.. mule..maridu ja mure..idadi...ja bai...Yo sa krensa gosta isti na pang....Yo faze...choma kon bos...ola...sengThank youHere's my email email@example.com Cheers....
Hi Eisler. I hope you tried the pang Susi's. Here is my email should you want to get in touch with me. firstname.lastname@example.org