Monthly Archive: September 2017

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Soy Sauce Chicken

Soy Sauce Chicken or “See Yao Gai” is a Chinese chicken dish made with whole chicken poached in a soy sauce and sugar spiced stock. It’s a popular Cantonese dish that can be found...

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Starz Kitchen (Whampoa, Hong Kong)

The first time I went here many years ago I was impressed with that large yacht or ship in the middle of the tall buildings, at first, I thought there was a dock there...

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Glutinous Rice Dumplings (Ham Sui Gok)

Crispy outer layer, chewy and juicy dough, semi-sweet and savoury fill warm gooey meat and vegetable filling, that is what makes this dim sum great! The mixture of textures and flavours it’s a carnival...

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Lord Stow’s Bakery (Taipa, Macau)

This was one of our itineraries when we visited Macau, I heard so much about these tarts from friends, colleagues and acquaintances, I did save a spot on our schedule. Most of them told...

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Pocherong Bisaya

The first time I saw this I was confused, they call it Pochero but it looks like Bulalo but when you taste it then it’s a totally different dish. The subtle differences form both...

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Sarimanok (Macau)

Macau is not a huge place and if you are not a gambler I think one or two days is more than enough to view what this place has to offer. A short boat...

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Stir-Fried Cucumbers With Spicy Ground Pork

Cucumbers for most are eaten raw either on salads, in pickled form or even in sauces but do you know that the Chinese use it in stir fries? If not then give this recipe...

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Mrs Fields (Central, Hong Kong)

Back during the days when I travel via ferry from Wan Chai Ferry Pier to Star Ferry Pier on the Kowloon side of Hong Kong I was always tortured by the smell of freshly...

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Tulapho

Last Friday we posted a simple dish of Stir-Fried Choy Sum with Minced Garlic and what’s best to pair that with is this simple Crispy Fried Pork called Tulapho, so what’s special about it?...