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    childofHK

    Member since Dec 2006

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    About Me

    Living in the abudant city of Hong Kong where all international foods are in reach, I am destined to love and obess over food (my mother is also a air hostess which provide me with constant new discoveries). You have never tasted Chinese food unless you come to the city of Hong Kong, or any other Chinese Asian country! Chinese food is not msg, sugar, salt and chemical laden pork buns and glucose-rich sweet and sour pork, it boasts many different cuisines of China, from the Famous Broth Buns of Shanghai, Peking Duck from Beijing, Spicy Noodles from Sichuan, Boiling Pot Noodles from Yunnan, DimSum from Guang Zhou and ofcourse, to the old-school egg tarts, PineappleBuns from Hong Kong, will be a whole new and wonderful experience! Food here is not the healthiest, but if you are going to eat chinese food, ditch the microwave dimsum and experience the wide chinese cuisine!Back to the topic, I love to cook however, since I'm watching my diet all the time, low cal, fat and carb recipes are very welcome! In my early years, food has been one of the major things in my life and still is, all there is now is that I like other women have to be aware and not let our bodies fall into traps of high empty calorie foods (which taste good but have to be enjoyed in VERY SMALL DOSES!), it is on my diet days do I appreiciate(sp?) the aromas of fresh bread, the fragrance of steamed fish, the richness of chocolate, therefore, diets are not a bad thing, but be aware of your body! I will also be posting some very simple but delicious dishes on this page so remember to check up! I will also be pleased to meet any visitors on this page.

    Favorite Foods

    Dessert! On occasions I allow myself to have unlimited amounts (however, keeping in mind the price I have to pay later) I also like asian food (Chinese Cuisine is fabulous, Vietnamese and Thai is extremely interesting, Japanese and Korean is very good in terms of diet and taste! Indian is also something I have on occasion as there are not many resturants here) During my trip to England, I fell in love with the sinful thick wedges of chips in their crispy salty golden crust, they are definitely a must have!(As well as the soft serves of whippy and other things that are not good to the body, but worth to try at least once in a life time!) Italian and French foods are also a favourite with their artistic presentation and fresh flavours. And like any other typical teenager, Krispy Kremes (and other lovely fat laden things) is always going to beckon me to give them a chance! Oh, I almost missed cheese. Cheese is such a magical fabulous food. I can take any kind of cheese, from extremely mild ones to pungent rich stiltons! (My favourite, along with Brie), cheese is a type of cuisine in itself, from lightly nutty sweet ones, to salty rich varieties. Their texture is also in-describable, snapping off a piece of fresh parmesean with fruit is absolutly wonderful, spreading gooey rich Brie on crackers...what can beat that?

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