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Imagine yourself finishing off a really good meal at your favourite Chinese buffet restaurant. You take a deep breathe after you manage to squeeze in the last bit of food on your plate.
You feel satisfied.
You are content.
You are just absolutely stuffed.
That’s how I felt the last time I had lunch at my favourite Chinese buffet restaurant.
Sitting in front of me was the treat that I’ve been waiting for. The fortune cookie. After all, I ate my heart’s desire and paid my server with a nice tip. I slowly peeled off the plastic wrapping. It’s just at my fingertips now – that crispy, crunchy sweet cookie.
Ah that’s it. I got it! I broke it in half to reveal the white rectangular paper. Popped in the cookie half I broke off and threw it in my mouth. I started to crunch away. The paper read my Lucky Lotto numbers but I didn’t care about that really. I wanted to know what everyone wants to know. My fortune.
So I quickly turned the paper around to read my fortune.
Happy Friday everyone!
A very well known bakery, Meli Baklava and Chocolates, in downtown Toronto was recently reported to have mice feeding on food displayed in the shop’s window. The nightmare of it all, it was caught on video.
Informative yet scary at the same time.
Yes! I have officially upgraded my WordPress plan to a premium account!
My official website is now http://www.spicychopsticks.blog. The site will be down for a few short days and until I figure out the design layout, I should have something up and running in the near future so until then, I sincerely apologize for my website’s renovations.
I want to thank the WordPress community for providing me with support on the world of blogging. It has taken some time to find my way how I wish to express myself and live the life I see ahead of me but somehow I’m getting there.
Most of all, my inspirations and posts are shared with my wife with whom I spend every happy moment with. I thank her for giving me that extra push to start my small world on blogging.
I don’t know about all of you but Chinese food is very addictive.
Even on the next day after Chinese New Year, I look towards the leftovers knowing that I can fill my plate with what I still had the night before. There are times when I am simply watching television and this overwhelming urge to drive to the nearest Chinese restaurant will fill my mind. It’s the craving for a Yang Chow fried rice, noodles, and a mixed veggie dish.
Every spoonful of fried rice is full of small parcels of veggies, meat, and egg. It’s as if it has a small buffet in every bite.
I like to chew on some noodles every now and then. This plate is the soft noodles but the really good one is the crispy egg noodles otherwise known as Cantonese Chow Mein. That dish you can get stir fried beef or seafood added on top and completely eat it on its own.
Chinese food wouldn’t be complete without some crispy broccoli with mushrooms. When it’s sautéed with a light corn starch and soya sauce mixture it just makes the entire craving go away.
I can eat it in the morning, day and night. As a light snack or a full meal. It’s so versatile that I can mix it with international foods and use it as a main or side dish. What can I say, I love Chinese food.