What do M&M's and Beef Jerky have in common?
They were both prominently on display at Aberdeen Mall. The M&M's were not edible though.
Singapore Beef, Pork, Salmon and Chicken Jerky can be purchased FOR CASH ONLY!
See that sign? They’re not kidding.
Located on the ground floor of Aberdeen Centre Mall, this jerky place moved from one side of the mall to this more central location. They are hopping busy now. You can watch them tending the jerky pieces on their grill as they add that nice black char to each piece.
My MIL thought the jerky too sweet but we like it that way so happily took her pound of soft sweet Pork jerky.
You can order your jerky “spicy”, “soft”, “crunchy” or “sweet”.
I’ve purchased much jerky here before and Bib loves the soft, sweet pork jerky. I found they also vacuum pack for transportation overseas. I asked for some this a few weeks ago to take as “Canadian gifts” to California. Since they produced salmon jerky in Canada, I figured it was Canadian enough. Hee!
In the central court area next to the fountain at Aberdeen Centre was this display of M&M’s. Yes, each of those little M&M candies is adhered together to form this Sphinx. There are also Egyptian-themed mosaics and pictures all around the area depicting the "Boy King" and M&M styled Egyptian art.
Hieroglyphics written in M&M's. Neat, eh?
Live music and belly dancers entertained the crowds. This woman was spinning and moving so fast, my little iPhone4 lens wasn’t fast enough to catch her well.