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Day Ten and Eleven (HK Adventures): father’s day and family (dinners)

June 21st was really wet, and the sun decided to hide behind the clouds. There was also a level one typhoon warning. It’s actually a welcoming break from all the scorching sunshine lately. 337 more words

Hong Kong

Eggplant summer appetizer

On hot summer days, I like to do simple (slightly spicy) vegetarian dishes. This is the eggplant dish today.

Cut the eggplant into thin strips before steaming, migrate with some sesame oil. 140 more words


Dumpling Deluxe

Thanks to my sister for the rice dumplings & abalone. It is a tradition to eat glutinous rice dumplings (either savoury stuffed or sweet with bean paste) on Dragon Boat Festival (Tuen Ng 端午節). 88 more words

Cantonese Cuisine

Delicate Dim Sum

Whenever friends are in town (Hong Kong), some would request to go for dim sum (Cantonese yum cha, aka tea drinking that also serves bite-size steamed or fried dumplings or portions of food).   173 more words

Eating Around

Li Li at New World Manila Bay Hotel

I am a fan of Chinese food, which is why I am always on the lookout for new places to try. I appreciate restaurants that specialize in the dishes I know and love, yet also bring something new to the table. 281 more words


Authentic Cantonese Cuisines for Dinner at Pink Pearl Restaurant

We dined at one of the largest Chinese restaurant in Vancouver on Hasting in Vancouver where someone would go for fine dining. The Pink Pearl Seafood Restaurant is one of the most established Chinese restaurant in Vancouver serving some of the best Cantonese cuisines. 678 more words

Asian Food

Steamed Chicken with Mushrooms (冬菇蒸雞)

It is easy to steam food, also budget friendly. In the early days, steamed food was created out of necessity among the poorest Chinese populations using the cheapest ingredients. 737 more words