Partially translucent from a sticky and somewhat mysterious goo binding fried egg and bits of oyster, and slick with a sweet-and-sour ketchup-based sauce, the Taiwanese oyster omelet is one memorable dish that has a fervid following.
Lion’s head meatball is a cuisine from Eastern China; Jiangsu province to be precised. Why the dish is called this name is because the meatballs (size of a small fist) resemble lion heads while the cabbage and bok choy act as its mane. In Chinese culture, lions are the guardians of the palace and buildings. Because it symbolizes peace and harmony, lion’s head meatball make a great Chinese New Year meal.