|Northern Thai dish (Yam Hu Mu), sliced pig ears with spicy sour sauce|
I'm always a big fan of exotic hot and spicy Thai cuisine. Last Sat, when my SIL told me that she bought pig ears, I grimaced. I couldn't bring myself to eat THAT! The authentic Northern Thai dish - Yam Hu Mu - made it to our dinner table the next day. She assured me that she had thoroughly cleaned the pig ears. She added that this is a must eat dish in Chiangmai.
She sliced the pig ears. The meat tasted soft and chewy. The spicy sour sauce added plus point. I say I enjoyed the dish.
Definitely go well with beer. I will post the recipe once I learn from my SIL. I'm not sure about cleaning part though.
|Mao Shan Wang Snowskin Mooncake from Goodwood Park Hotel|
Sometimes, it's really unbearable to consider the food calories before consumption. Though I do lots calculations for work, I am not one who calculate food calories. I do want my body age to be younger than my biological age and looking good.
ah... the much recommended Mao Shan Wang snowskin mooncake from Goodwood Park. How can I say no?
With durian puree in my fridge, I will try my hands with D24 durian snowskin mooncake. Soon.