“The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries”. Winston Churchill.
I thought of corporate greed . . . those executives who share their visions loud and proud, and take the bones out of the companies until it is on the verge of collapse. They then harvest bonus when time is good, and enjoy golden handshakes when the reality unfolds.
Corporate greed reminds me of chicken feet – skin and bone, tasty, yet unfulfilling as a meal. If a full-time worker struggles to feed his family and put a roof over their heads – is this meal a blessing or misery?
Cooking method is as follows:Read the rest of this entry »
Cantonese loves soups . . . soups for spring, summer, autumn and winter.
My favorite autumn soup is the sword flower soup, cooked with chicken bones, dried sword flowers, carrots, almonds, Chinese dates and Chinese mushrooms.
It is so easy to made – just put all the ingredients with water in a pressure cooker, and it is done in 60 minutes.Read the rest of this entry »