My husband told me about five years ago that he considered himself entering adulthood that time. His main consideration was finally appreciating Chinese food.
No offense to the Chinese cuisine. Chinese cuisine, same with China’s culture, is amazingly diverse. It deeply influenced other cuisines because of the diaspora of the Chinese around the globe. Some restaurants retain the very same way how each food is prepared while others make a modification to cater to local palates.
Now, it is as if I am hearing myself say I am finally entering adulthood. Just like my teenage boys, I prefer chicken and fries, burgers and smoothies, pizzas and burritos. Not until recently when I’ve tasted the best Chinese dishes. For the first time, I learned that Chinese meal isn’t just about siopao and siomai, pancit, and Yang Chao.
In fact, a Chinese dish can be real sophisticated. From my recent experience, Chinese cuisine is defined by its taste, texture, color, and smell.
Let me share with you one happy experience.