Sunday, November 01, 2009

Hakka Yong Tau Fu

A lot of people came to ask me, if you're a Hakka, why do you speak Hokkien at home?

Thinking that I'm a wayward Hakka, I definitely prove you wrong.

I present to you, stuffed beancurd and lady's fingers, the Hakka style.

Though I don't speak Hakka as fluently as Hokkien, who says I can't prepare Hakka dish?!

This post is a tribute to my late Grandma, as today is All Souls' Day.

I've learned a lot from you in terms of culinary, sewing, and lots more.

And thank you for letting me to inherit your priceless recipe book, making me the envy of other Chungs.


Do Re Mi Ca said...

that looks yum, darl! hakka hokkien they both start with h. almost the same. :P

marie said...

hahaha. look who's talking from the infamous yik-noh-sah. kekekeke.

sibu food diva said...

thanks girls :) hehehe... i guess Hokkien and Hockchiew start with big H too! hahahahaha!