JTMUSES-TMP glass-infused Trinket Tray 5.75"" - breakfast in SG kopitiam
Place it on your desk to hold paper clips, or on your dresser to hold jewelry, rings, and everything nice; this fun catchall is as lovely as it is functional. There is a minimum order of 2 pieces. Dimensions: 5.75 x 5.75 inches | Material: Handcrafted fused glass Differently-abled Artist Douglas co-canvases the iconic kopitiam cup and saucer of the early 1930s against the backdrop of a Chinatown shophouse drawn by his mentor jtmuses. Story: This is how we have breakfast in local kopitiams! Growing up in Singapore, one of our all-time favourite breakfast foods is half-boiled eggs with kaya toast paired with kopi or teh. If there’s a proper skill most locals have, it’s ordering coffee – kopi, from the local kopitiam. Do you know how to? Get a complementary set of coasters that teaches you how to do so!
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Unit price from $68.00 | Lead time 21-30 days
Manufacture: 5 Business Days
Shipping: 14-18 Business days
Proprietary UV resistant inks are subtly translucent
Food-safe; tested and approved for food contact
Do not use with dishwasher or microwave it.
"Growing up in Singapore, one of my all-time favourite breakfast foods is half-boiled eggs with kaya toast. During the weekends, I’d have breakfast at a kopi-tiam (“coffee shop” in Hokkien) or hawker centre near home. Someone would bring my parents their kopi (“coffee” in Hokkien) and a Milo drink for me, as well as some toast with butter and kaya (“coconut jam” in Malay) and a few eggs immersed in hot water. We’d have to wait for some minutes before we could crack open the eggs with a few taps on the side of a saucer. The perfect half-boiled egg should be runny with just-set, opaque white and a bright yolk that spills open with a tap of a spoon. Add a dash of soya sauce and some pepper, and then mix it all up."