I love chicken. Our family lived on chicken literally as my Dad worked for a poultry farm for the most part of his work life. As a sideline, we’d sell dressed chicken and eggs at home. We even took care of quails at home too.
I recognized the greens. It was something I’d pull out from garden because it’s practically a weed. In Filipino, it’s called pansit-pansitan or Clear Weed, among its many other names. It’s known for its medicinal benefits. I didn’t know we could eat it as part of a salad. If not for the dressing and the shrimp, I would have had a difficult time eating ’em as it was really bitter.
This honey-glazed pork is just delicious! It’s soft and chewy and I couldn’t get enough of this. I honestly could have finished the whole plate. If not for the presence of my office mates, I would have given in to gluttony.
And of course we also had to have the crispiest, tastiest fried chicken I have ever tried in Saigon. It was served on a bed of fried rice. REALLY YUM! The whole thing was fried to perfection. Every chicken part was eaten except for —
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