Last night was the first time I participated in a floor dinner and it was amazing. Hong Kong people here are no joke. They all know how to cook at least a few local dishes. In fact, most of them actually do cook most of their meals in our small kitchen. They have my respect . O3O
Anyways, we went grocery shopping in Lok Fu Market. We bought so much food that we had to take the taxi back. We went to the gai see and bought veggies, meat and even rice. I got side-tracked and bought myself some cheese which I just nommed on my way back. Everything was good except we didn't have the best knives so cutting the potatoes, the pumpkin, and the carrot for the soup was a pain. My finger was red afterwards from putting so much pressure on the knife. Those are some of the dishes that we made. I wish I remembered to take some pictures of the bean sprout, the soup, and the the salmon steaks.
A little later we even had watermelon. Lugging that back was not fun. It was really sweet though and we even had dessert because Holy had baked earlier that day. She brought back milk pudding, oreo cheesecake, and purple coconut sago. I have never had purple coconut sago before but it was really good. The sago was soft and sweet but there was texture to it because of the purple rice in it. I love HK desserts. They're never too heavy but they're always so flavorful like HK food in general.