I finally know! That the leaves of a stalk of leek can’t be eaten. It sounds silly, but I’ve never bothered about leeks until now. I believe curiosity got the better of me, and lucky for me, there are so many online videos available to teach me how to cope with the strangeness of nature.
From left to right: Ohaiyo Gozaimasu!, Mein Fleisch gehört mir, Poot Poot, Pee Pee, Poooooooot, Baby Pig, Handphone Holder, Glow Lucky Pig, Ein Euro, Zwei Euro (aka Unglücksbringer)
My Pig Family – without which my life would probably be empty and meaningless.
It was a dish meant for the celebration of the Chinese New Year, but due to work commitments, I never had a chance to get down to preparing it until now.
This is a traditional Chinese ‘sandwich’ of sorts, with bread as per the Western sandwiches, but with a different filling that melts in the mouth, thus allowing it to stand out among its variants.
This is one of my favourite dishes which I love eating when I go back home to my parents’. It’s also one of those typical dishes that Teochews love to eat with rice porridge, due to its thick black sauce. So what makes this dish successful, really, is that the soup-sauce must be thick and dark enough, which in turn gets absorbed by the meat and tofu.
by Robert L. Heilbroner
This book isn’t too difficult to read as I’ve thought it would be. The title was initially intimidating as I got it off some lecture slides at Universität Hamburg. Yes… I did – it was a wild card search. But it paid off for me. I couldn’t stop reading it everywhere I go.
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