I’ve always preferred savory to sweet when it comes to snacks, and Fried Turnip Pie (油墩子) is a traditional street-food in Shanghai that reminds me of many childhood memories when I lived there. If you’ve been to Wu Kang Road in the Former French Concession (法租界), that’s where me and my friends used to hang […]Read More Shanghainese Savory Turnip Pancakes
Shakshuka originally is an Israeli dish, then became popular in the Middle East and North Africa. It is typically a mix of tomatoes, onions, and eggs; I usually make this when we are clearing the fridge with whatever we have left or going off soon。 Quesadilla is a Mexican dish that no doubt, all families’ […]Read More Shakshuka & Tuna Cheese Quesadilla
I never had a clear definition of what Hainanese food is categorized as until having spent a few years in South East Asia. The typical Hainanese food offered here are totally different from what are available in the physical Hainan island in the south of China, I guess it comes down to how Hainanese people […]Read More Hainanese Bites Not From Hainan.