Living in LA you see men and women in push carts or stands with coolers. Shout out to the Corn Man whose line is usually long. Elotes is corn on the cob while esquites is corn served in a cup or bowl. Since elotes basically has corn, mayonnaise, butter (or margarine, I hear), cheese, and spice(s), I wondered what an Asian interpretation would be.
Lets be honest, I get snacky. Super snacky. And for me, salty > sweet. I had a huge craving for those seaweed snacks but I certainly didn’t want to drive out to get any. The plus side of having a kale plant is that you have a nice supply of fresh free kale on hand. There’s also some fun in taking something healthy and turning it into something I’m pretty sure has little or no nutritional value.
Cured salmon is two things: Delicious, and expensive. This recipe is two things: Easy, and cheap. In the summer, it also involves no cooking or having to spend time near a hot stove.
Yuanyang tea is a popular drink in Hong Kong that combines sweet black milk tea with brewed coffee. Served hot or cold, it’s the perfect morning pick-me-up.