Psycholinguists argue about whether language reflects our perception of reality or helps create them. I am in the latter camp. Take the names we give the animals we eat. The Patagonian toothfish is a prehistoric-looking creature with teeth like needles and bulging yellowish eyes that lives in deep waters off the coast of South America. It did not catch on with sophisticated foodies until an enterprising Los Angeles importer renamed it the considerably more palatable Chilean sea bass.― Hal Herzog
Friday, November 11, 2016
Extra chicken portions from the chicken rice at Tangs Market
Wow, did the chicken rice stall person at Tangs Market feel extra generous or what? This was the $4 portion which featured breast meat - in double the portions of what one would usually expect. It certainly was a lot more value for the money compared to the drumstick plate. I'm guessing that we don't get lucky like that all the time here but I'd still come back because their chicken rice is pretty good.
Update 12/11/2016 2000hrs
Here's round two. Portions still look good. This might just be the best valued chicken rice in Orchard Road. I don't understand this......