‘Did China have famines?’ my little boy asked. These few innocent words had brought back my memories of a peasant family begging at a roadside noodle shop.
A simple soup to show our appreciation of these beautiful cactus flowers – fresh and delicious.
Hairy gourd is a very popular vegetable in Southern China, easy to grow with plenty of subtropical rains. The gourd is normally cooked in a soup or a stew with a tender and soft texture.
Pork spare ribs pressured cooked with miso, ginger, chili, soy sauce, and sesame oil
A simple ‘lao mian’ 撈麵 -noodles mixed with soy, sesame oil and whatever you like. ‘Lao’means mix, ‘mian’ means noodles.