Upholding His Mum's Carrot Cake As A Legacy In Heritage George Town


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Come over to Penang and experience the UNESCO heritage site of George Town. While you are there do find time to experience a heritage street food right on the street of George Town. But this one is different because it is a legacy carried on by a son. 
This video showcases a char koay kak or fried carrot cake Penang-style that has been at the same spot for over 63 years. The young man you see frying the carrot cake is holding the legacy of this street food, a proud legacy from his mother. Together with his aunty, he runs the stall and is the new breed of stall operators who keep the street food heritage of Penang young and lively and therefore keeping on his mother's legacy. He still uses the same frying pan, fired by raw wood, and serves it hot on the same spot that since it started. Look up the other street food discovery videos on this channel on George Town's street food legacies.
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A word of thanks to blogger Hungryonion for the use of archive pictures.
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