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Old 02-23-2010, 08:25 PM   #26
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I don't get what the big deal about abalone is, and I would never pay the huge cash restaurants ask for it
Same as shark fin soup: It's super expensive, so whoever is paying the bill gets a super amount of face.
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Old 02-24-2010, 06:52 PM   #27
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Same as shark fin soup: It's super expensive, so whoever is paying the bill gets a super amount of face.
shark fin are not the same anymore... the ones at banquet usually sucks
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i like it simple.

dry stir fried yee mein...
cold jellyfish...

really really really freshly made GOOD sweet n sour pork w/ lychee and pineapples.

and someone did remind me, isnt it king crab season? love it served 3 ways, (legs in garlic spicy stir fried, legs in coconut sauce, bodyshell coconut fried rice)

mmmmMMmm!!
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Old 02-24-2010, 08:14 PM   #29
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i think my friend went last week, he said its $18 a pound at some high end chinese restaurant


last year cheapest i had at sun su hua was $11-12 a pound
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i like it simple.

dry stir fried yee mein...
cold jellyfish...

really really really freshly made GOOD sweet n sour pork w/ lychee and pineapples.

and someone did remind me, isnt it king crab season? love it served 3 ways, (legs in garlic spicy stir fried, legs in coconut sauce, bodyshell coconut fried rice)

mmmmMMmm!!
Never had sweet and sour pork with lychee... recommended location?
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with lychee sounds kinda weird, wats next? apple and orange? lol
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mine is yeung hai kim and chow yee mein
both those dishes so good!
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and someone did remind me, isnt it king crab season? love it served 3 ways, (legs in garlic spicy stir fried, legs in coconut sauce, bodyshell coconut fried rice)

mmmmMMmm!!

it was me!
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Old 02-27-2010, 06:50 AM   #34
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crab balls are my fav too since I rarely get to eat them!
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THIS 1 GOT TO BE MY FAV!!
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I absolutely hate eating these crab balls. They remain steaming hot for an unbelievably long time. I always end up burning myself trying to eat it.
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I'd say crab balls or the fried crispy skin chicken (if the meat is still juicy) are my faves.

I remember for my wedding reception, I took 1 bite out of my crab ball, then someone asked us to take a picture or something. When I came back, the waiter had already cleared my plate!

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I absolutely hate eating these crab balls. They remain steaming hot for an unbelievably long time. I always end up burning myself trying to eat it.
Heh agreed. I always make an effort to split them open to cool down, which is hard with a pair of chopsticks.
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Heh agreed. I always make an effort to split them open to cool down, which is hard with a pair of chopsticks.
Yeah man, at banquets its hard to open them and still look respectable doing it. If I want to open it I have to cave in and use my chopsticks like a 5 year old with one stick in each hand, prying the crab ball open like a monkey.
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haha, the crab balls and the cold cuts "appetizer" are my favourites...but that may be because they're the first dishes to come out and I'm usually super hungry at the time. After about the 5th or 6th course, I'm too stuffed to eat anything else. I usually pass on the noodles and rice since it's just filler food at that point and I don't have any room for it.
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yanzhou friend rice & crab balls
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