I’m guest blogging over at H&M Kitchen today! You might remember Mel, from my Mel’s Meals post. Well, that’s her and her husband’s blog and it’s full of awesome treats. Go ahead and check out my recipe for Loco Mocos, and tickle your taste buds.
Guest Post: Mel’s Meals
I’m super excited to bring you a new feature, Mel’s Meals! Ok, I might have to work out the title, but for today, that’s what we are going with. Now, here’s Mel!*
Click here for the guest post!
King Hing Tofu Dessert
There is a tasty dessert in Hong Kong that people love, that’s made from Tofu.
If you’re not a tofu person and you are about to close your window, this dessert will change your mind.
McDonalds in Hong Kong
Hong Kong has a swagger all it’s own. It is really fun. A place that really has swagger? All-American gem, McDonald’s.
Gai Daan Jai
Summer has been here for a while now. This dish right here is the best way to beat the heat.
It turns out I really love Asian Pears. In Asian Pears in the Minnehap look more like pears and less like apples. Here at our market, they look more like apples and less like pears. Our friend calls them Papples, even though we know the correct name, we still call them Papples.
If only I had some brie cheese to eat with these little juicy papples.
Grilled Chicken Wing
Here on Lamma, you can eat pretty well.
Another weekend, another food find. When things get busy, there are plenty of grilled food stands that pop up. Remember I mentioned you can get delicious grilled pineapple here on Hung Shing Ye Beach? My fella picked up this grilled gem for me at that same stand to keep my hunger at bay until dinner time.
$14 HK ($1.80 USD) can get you this smoky, juicy, crispy little snack. I would recommend it to anyone passing by, if their nose hasn’t led them there already.
One thing that I’ve noticed is that sometimes people double up their words, and it’s cute. Similar to how English speakers speak to little kids and say things such as, “Ok, we are going bye-bye now”, or “Do you need to go wee-wee?” It’s just cute.