Princess Pat Bing Sue

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Princess Pat Bing SueOh my Gosh! And really I can’t tell you where this story came from but all I know it is everywhere. Gossip can spread and (1) rumours are abundant but clearly this story has lasted forever.

Pat Bing Sue was born a long time ago. She was the beautiful daughter of a farmer. As she grew stories of her beauty became a legend. Who ever saw Pat Bing Sue, fell instantly in love not only with her but with whatever they were doing. Soon the region grew prosperous and the farmers produced the best food and vegetables in the region. One Day a Prince was riding by and once he saw Pat Bing Sue he fell madly in Love and all he ever wanted was his Pat Bing Sue. He built a palace and wanted to marry Pat Bing Sue.  However there was a huge problem, Pat Bing Sue could never marry. An Evil witch had placed a curse on her. This witch was so jealous of her beauty and had cursed her to die if she ever married.

The Prince knew of this Curse, as his love for Pat Bing Sue was so enormous, that he had found out everything about her. His wise wizard said, “There is one way to change this curse. We must make something amazing and call it Pat Bing Sue and everyone will love this new Pat Bing Sue and the evil will never find the true Pat Bing Sue.”

So the Wizard went to every house in the land with a secret Magical recipe called Pat Bing Sue. This magical recipe was made with Shaved Ice, red beans, assorted Candy, fruit and cream. This Magical dessert became so famous that the entire country was soon in love with Pat Bing Sue. The Curse was broken and the Prince married Pat Bing Sue and they lived happily ever after. What a yummy story for such a wonderful dessert. 

Bap Bing Soo, can be considered the Asian snow cone. It is a very popular snack or dessert in Korea and Canada and wherever there’s Hallyu . This delightful snack is composed of ice shavings and sweet red bean paste often topped with ice cream or frozen yogurt, sweetened condensed milk, fruit syrups, various fruits such as strawberries, kiwis, and bananas; small pieces of dduk (rice cake); and cereal flakes. Bing soos come in different flavors, among them green tea and coffee are quite popular

Key Words:                                                                                                                                         

  1. Gossip (g s p) Rumor or talk of a personal, sensational, or intimate nature
  2. Rumors (r m r) A piece of unverified information of uncertain origin usually spread by word of mouth
  3. Legend (l j nd) An unverified story handed down from earlier times, especially one popularly believed to be historical.
  4. Yummy (y m ) Very pleasing to the taste or smell

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