FINGER FOOD | I love finger foods, for the eye it’s lovely, cute and adorable. For the line, it’s also very good as you can taste a lot of different flavors. I celebrated Chinese New Year in a non-traditional way, with Asian finger foods. And they were yummy!
Chinese eggplant is long, thinly shaped, thinner skins and purple of colour.
I saw these while I was in Hong Kong and they sure do know how to display food. These pearls are called mochi – a Japanese dessert/cake. The outside of mochi is made from sticky rice flour and the inside is filled with frozen yoghurt and a fruit flavour.
The peach of immortality in Chinese mythology is named Pan tao (Chinese) aka as flat peach. According to the myth, this fruit ripened every 3,000 years. This event was celebrated by a luxurious and wonderful banquet attended by the Baxian (“Eight Immortals”). Continue reading
While browsing through my pictures, I found this old picture. I shot this during the summer. Looking at this picture shows what I am really missing now ‘the Sun’