A whole new level of crustiness is achieved with my mini baguette (bâtard) x mini roast pork belly (jujaibao x xiunamjai 豬仔包 x 燒腩仔). So much that I have to beg your not trying this at home lest you don't mind pants be jizzed.
But you're welcome if you figure that turn of event is worthy still once in a while. Get these: right out the oven mini baguette (bâtard) roast mini pork belly (or the crackling skins of roast suckling pig), lettuce, tomatoes and a lot of mustard. Trust me, it's fireworks for the mouth.
The TV side dish is one of the most overlooked dining culture in Hong Kong. Its predominancy at low to mid range dining spots (think chachaanteng, congee and noodles shop and teahouse) almost goes side by side (no pun intended, really) with chopsticks and spoons, if not more.
It's Sunday and our Wok With Nana double installment of Hakka cuisine will surely make you laugh like an eight year-old. Frankly, you might as well hurt your jaws laughing if you're into Hakka cuisine playing in HD.
Anyways, it's Hakka not Hanukkah we're talking about here so do expect pork after pork after pork! On a side note, I always wonder how it would feel like to eat pork while listening to this song...