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Is there a Site where i can buy a eggette maker?
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does anyone know where i can find a eggette( hong kong cake) maker. it would be great. thanks
   
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never heard of such a silly translation for it, im sure it cant be called an eggette.

anyway shanghai street is a good beginning i think
   
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What is "hong kong cake"?
   
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GM she means Kai dan Zhai
   
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An old thread, with some info once you get past the other postings:

http://www.hkexpats.com/HKXPosts~ID~...T~4~PAGE~1.htm
   
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hehe, hehehe, "Hong Kong Cake", hahahahahaha !
   
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I heard about "Hong Kong foot", but is the 1st time "Hong Kong Cake" >_~
   
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I heard about "Hong Kong foot", but is the 1st time "Hong Kong Cake" >_~
Could it be a cake that taste like Hong Kong Foot?
   
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http://orangette.blogspot.com/2005/0...-eaten-on.html
thats what we are calling it here.
   
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thanks for everybodys help, i just paid for my friend's ticket to hong kong. If you're wondering why, its for my wifes bd.
   
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