Chicken Feet Soup…
Lunch at school was DELIGHTFUL!
“Things I don’t eat in China” for a hundred, please, Alex.
Todays breakfast: omlette with spinach, cherry tomatoes & chili.
This is the first time I have cooked in months. Loving the new supermarket that opened across the street! Now I don’t need to suffer the crowds and the subway to get groceries.
BUT… I still need to find a bread knife. None exist in China, apparrently.
Had gravlax for lunch today…
Gravlax is a Nordic dish consisting of raw salmon, cured in salt, sugar, and dill. Gravlax is usually served as an appetizer, sliced thinly and accompanied by a dill and mustard sauce.
When I saw “gravlax” on the menu I was like, “look, they spelt ‘gravy’ wrong!”
Greatest freak out EVER! A lady gets a little upset at being told she can’t have shark fin soup.
This video is to raise awareness about the brutal practice of shark finning.
I’ve seen many Shark Fin Soup places in China and Hong Kong. While I knew that Shark Fin Soup was a delicacy, I wasn’t aware at how prevalent it was. With an emerging middle class in China the dish is becoming more popular as families become more affluent.
That’s bad news for sharks.
An obesity expert from the UK believes Australia has overtaken America as having one of the unhealthiest diets in the world.
Dr Tim Lobstein is the director of policy and programmes for the International Association for the Study of Obesity.
“We’ve found that your diets here in Australia are more fatty and oily than American diets, and we thought America was one of the worst in the world,” he said.
I’m sorry… but have you seen the Double Down Burger???
How can I have Indian heritage and not know how to cook rice?
Yes. I overcooked it. FFFFUUUUUU!!!!!