I had Duck Kway Teow (flat rice noodles) at Clementi Hawker recently. It’s from the stall facing the wet market (not facing the opposite shop houses). It only cost me $2.50 and tasted delicious. I added Tau Pok (fried bean curd) which I usually cannot resist and cost me additional $0.50. The gravy did not… Read More Nice and Cheap Duck Kway Teow
It’s been a little more than a year since I last met my university junior, someone I call my little sister because our English names rhyme and we share the same last name. We lost touch after we graduated and thanks to Facebook, we got connected again. We are now closer as we are both… Read More Old Hong Kong’s floss-topped carrot cake, and fried fish skin
Last Sunday, my girlfriends and I had Hong Kong “dim sum” at a restaurant in Square2. We had branch so we were at the carpark and restaurant before the lunch crowd strolled in. It was a nice meal and a good catchup with the girls.
Had lunch with a dear friend yesterday. We ordered a plate of side dish which I found interesting. It is minced pork and yam, with salted egg yolk. It is deep fried and in the shape of hard boiled egg. At first bite, it did not taste special. But as I slowly chewed it for… Read More Mince pork and yam, with salted egg york
Friends. I value friendships, and I believe in keeping in touch and knowing how friends are doing. Each meet up or email/SMS adds on to the strength of a friendship. I’m glad to have met friends for lunch over the past weeks, while I’m looking out for a job. These are important times in my… Read More Keeping in touch
My first attempt of poached egg on Valentine’s Day this year. Not too good looking. Boil the water, and let it simmer. Add vinegar (Vinegar helps the egg to hold its shape by causing the outer layer of the egg white to congeal faster. The eggs will become skeins of protein tangling up in… Read More Poached Egg