What a lovely term for a lovely food like this. The first time I had anything like this was at the Arts Canteen, while I was still a freshman at the National University of Singapore. I remember that the shop had an interesting combination too – a Burmese running a Western stall. But it was one of those stalls with fast food that’s nice and forgiving enough on the taste buds. Those were the days…
Does a huge oven make a difference to everyday home-cooked dishes? – Yes, huge differences.
Does a huge oven make things taste and look better? – Yes, by a few notches.
Posted in Chinese, Pork
That’s especially for the guy who can’t stomach chewy, stretchy and supposedly sludgy stuff like sotong and fish maw. I didn’t believe it at first when he told me that’s how he orders his Sotong Mee at hawker centres!
Bought a lot of cheeses this week; went a little cheese-crazy. There are just so many of them on the shelves – and most of them are cheaper than what I can get back in Singapore! Yummy!
It has indeed been a long journey. I started this science-fiction series a few (maybe three?) years ago, and today, I finally touched the light at the end of the tunnel.
Posted in Fiction