|Photo: Danny/Food in Mouth|
There are tarts, and there are Macau-style egg tarts. They're creamy little puddles of custard, and their sweet, eggy flavor has an almost lulling effect: eating one is like looking at photos of baby animals or listening to Pachelbel's Canon in D on continuous loop. This one, immortalized by Danny at Food in Mouth, appears to be a worthy representative of the breed, which is also referred to as a Portuguese-style tart.
Maybe it's the lighting, but it looks like a pool of sunshine; it's likely that its consumption resulted in a beatific glow.
[Via Food in Mouth]