Such a versatile dish – crepes. One can eat it with practically any filling – from sweet fruity conserves to salty meat slices; it can also be eaten by itself, without any filling. I personally prefer it plain – the floury buttery taste of the crepe is enough to excite my taste buds!
Solar Eclipse: Courtesy from the guy
Or Perhaps, a better question to ask myself would be: ‘What have I accomplished this year?’
What an adventurous (for lack of a better word) name. It takes one with a truckload full of imagination to make an intellectual guess at what this dish looks, tastes, or even smells like. In fact, it looks, tastes and smells world apart from how it’s been (unfairly) described. Most fortunately.
Posted in English, Pastry
Tagged Baked, Pork
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