Lisbon, Good Food！
我在里斯本吃得最好，因為幸運地與CS Host Angela、Kico住在一塊。
在葡萄牙第一次吃到兔肉了，我是在Church of Santa Engrácia市集旁邊的餐廳吃到，印象中不算貴，兔肉挺嫩，配薯條吃很不錯！
I had the best food experience in Lisbon because I was living with CS Host Angela and Kico.
Angela＆Kico cook well. They have a little vege farm in their backyard and they prefer organic food. I had nutritious meals every day at their home, so happy!
Angela said ‘Baked Apple’ is a famous traditional Portuguese dish and it is easy to make. First clean the apples then add some flour and add some orange skin for flavouring and put them in the oven. Finish.
Baked Apple tasted warm, soft and sweet. It just like a heated apple, funny!
There is a ‘Marmelada’ pear jam in Angela＆Kico home and that was my first time to try a Marmelada pear jam. It can be bought in the local supermarket and it’s common in Lisbon but I have never seen it in Hong Kong. Marmelada is for bread, not so sweet, a little sour, yummy!
I try to cook ‘Red bean with solid milk’, a Hong Kong dessert for Angela＆Kico to try. I was surprise that red bean was not a common food in Lisbon. Kico took me to a Chinese shop but the Chinese boss from North China did not sell red bean. We found red bean in a local organic store finally. They even sold big red bean and small red bean!
But the solid milk just half solidify and half liquid. Well, I suppose it was still a half success…
Angela＆Kico love putting red bean on bread. They must try the famous baked red bean bread in Hong Kong!
I brought some shrimp-egg noodle with me to Europe. Most of my hosts didn’t dare to try the noodle once they knew it was made from shrimp egg but Angela＆Kico LOVE the shrimp egg noodle.
I sent them a few packs of shrimp egg noodle from Hong Kong to Portugal when I back home. I hope they like the ‘broken noodle’! (the noodle would still break even I wrapped them in layers of bubble paper…)
Portuguese tart is a must-try food in Portugal. But the Portuguese tart in Hong Kong tasted better than the Portuguese tart in PORTUGAL (for me)!
Portuguese tart in Portugal was eaten in cold. The tart base was too soft and the ‘egg’ in between taste like mud.
Portuguese tarts in Hong Kong always keep warm in ovens and always eat warm. The base is crispy like a thousand layers and the ‘egg’ in between are good.
But I just tried one Portuguese tart in the tourist area. I should find a good cake shop and eat again next time!
I saw this black cuttlefish fried rice first time in Portugal. It was all black and very special! The black thing tasted a bit sweet and yummy!
Wendy and I ate this black cuttlefish fried rice in the tourist area. Thanks Wendy for the dinner because I forgot to bring my wallet that day!
I ate the rabbit meat for the first time in Portugal! I have them near the market in Church of Santa Engrácia. It was not expensive as I could remember.
The rabbit meat was tender and it was good with French Fries.