Goin' t' Ohayocon in Columbus, OH this weekend.
Ooo, Mapo Tofu. I used to make that for the kids on school nights because it’s so damn easy. They’d INHALE it.
To this day the kids look at white-people food and go “meh”.
Man. That woulda been great. One of the meals growing up was legitimately “boiled ham and cabbage”. It was gross then. It’s gross now. The flavor was just… indescribably wretched.
It is the easiest thing to make. Look for Toban Djan Sauce from Lee Kum Kee. (English: Chili Bean Sauce, Chinese: 豆瓣酱, phonetically: Doubanjiang) Cut tofu into bite-size cubes, throw in wok or frypan with oil and garlic (optional), put in a couple spoons of the Toban Djan sauce and mix until heated through. Serve over rice. You can vary the amount of Toban Djan sauce to suit your pain level. My kids inhaled the stuff.
That sounds like borscht. I can only eat it with liberal doses of chili flakes and white pepper. It can be pretty nasty, especially when overcooked so the meat is flavorless.
Oh, c’mon, Xiu Mei, I’m quite sure Min Hua is not a quiet girl. You HAVE to have noticed what’s going on, especially at night.
Technically they’re all in separate little building/rooms. Not that it’d be necessary, given the total lack of audible nighttime activities.
Awww, no “Hooking up yesterday in a sleeping together kind of way”?
I kinda would have expected that the second night, given Min Hua went to bed early the first night.
I assure you. You’re not the only one frustrated about it.
If it weren’t for the appearance of supernatural nonsense, things would likely be very very different.
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