Diary: 24 December 2015
‘Tis the season to be jolly.
We start with a Moroccan-inspired dinner on Christmas Eve.
Here are the recipes from yesterday’s lunch with friends.
There were seven of us and fortunately we were of the same mental age.
The Scouts have two gas rings over which they have to cook their breakfasts and dinners.
Gochugaru Girl can’t quite believe the weather today.
The children say that London today is like being in Kuala Lumpur.
Gochugaru Girl invited some friends for an early Chinese New Year dinner last night.
Chinese New Year traditionally lasts for two weeks. This year it falls on 19 February. We simply decided to start celebrating (i.e. eating) a bit earlier.
This is a continuation of the previous post introducing 口水雞.
Taken individually, 口 is mouth, 水 is water and 雞 is chicken. This alludes to the fact that this dish is mouth-wateringly good.