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HK street food, Mr Wong's and Happy Valley

Many people fear street food. They think because it’s cooked outside it is somehow unsanitary. The truth is, you have a greater chance of getting food poisoning from a restaurant than from street food. 500 more words

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Mystery Meats and Fish Balls - Eating in Norway.

You’ll never go hungry in Norway. In fact the only thing I think Norwegians do more than fitness is fitting food in their mouths. So I had a pretty decent list coming in: 896 more words

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Mackerel balls joined by a little salad

Polpette di sarde is a traditional dish in Sicily. I’m sure the Sicilians will not disapprove the variant based on mackerel. For 3p mix 600 grams of mackerel filets(with skin), 1 onion, 4 garlic cloves, 50 grams of bread crumb, salt, pepper, a handful fresh parsley and some mint leaves in a blender (roughly). 78 more words

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Hot Pot

Made for spicy and normal, but they are both normal because someone in my family can’t eat spicy food.

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Birthday Hot Pot

Hot pot is a style of cooking that originated in Mongolia, China. Due to Japanese influence, we now have the popular sukiyaki and shabu-shabu. It consists of a simmering pot of stock at the center of the dining table; ingredients are gathered round the simmering pot, and thinly sliced beef sirloin or pork belly, noodles, seafoods and leafy vegetables are cooked at the table, and eaten with a dipping sauce during wintertime. 872 more words

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Meatballs: the Non-Italian Kind

In many Asian supermarkets, you can find all sorts of “meatballs” – fish balls, beef balls, lobster balls…The Asian type is nothing like an Italian meatball you can find on top of spaghetti or like the Swedish ones with cream sauce. 202 more words

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