That's the thing about vacations: once they're over and you're back in your regular life, they're much like a book or a movie: you remember what happened, and how you felt, but they're distant memories and there's only so much retelling your friends can stand.
This is the picture that caused the hand-luggage semi-fiasco.
So a couple of years ago, Phreadde introduced me to these:
Then one of my students introduced me to the coffee version:
When we were in Melbourne, we ate a dish which we loved (Shanghai rice cake stir-fried with spicy pork and spinach), and which I have decided I must recreate, so off I went to my favourite Asian grocery store to find these rice cakes which are really a round or oval flat rice noodle with a most excellent chewy consistency.
I found a dried version which I think isn't working (you're supposed to soak them for ages and ages) and next I need to look for fresh or frozen rice cakes, but in the checkout, I spied these:
When I go back for the fresh rice cakes (or frozen) I'll have to pick up the orange-flavoured version.