From the October/November 2001 issue of Fine Cooking Magazine. The secret is to separate the egg whites from the yolks and beat the whites until they are glossy and can form soft peaks. Baking soda and baking powder were also used in this recipe to give it more lightness.
With a little butter and real maple syrup, this was great!
Moqua (also known as Fuzzy Melon, Benincasa hispida var. chiehgua) peeled and sliced then stir-fried with minced garlic, bean thread vermicelli, shrimp, and homemade charsiu from my smoker. The smokiness from the charsiu really permeated the dish.
Salmon fillet was sprinkled with salt and pepper, then grilled for 4 minutes per side. Dressing is a lemon-dill sauce. Mashed potatoes with granulated garlic, buttermilk, and parsley flakes. Steamed cauliflower on the side.
The fish came out perfect, but there was some sticking on the grill grates. Gotta remember to oil the grates before cooking.
Annie made this Teochew Porridge, perfect for a cold, rainy day.
Plain rice porridge, but the side dishes are stir-fried cabbage, fried pomfret in brown sauce, and omelette with shallots. The item in the spoon at the top of the pic is fermented tofu in chili oil. Mix it all in and it gives a tangy, spicy flavor to the dish.