Random Macau 1

22 04 2014

The many faces of Macau as I saw them.


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23 04 2014
Jody and Ken

The mixed Chinese and Portuguese influence in Macau cooking sounds amazing to me. I’m not much of a gambler, so I think walking around taking photos and eating would pretty much occupy me. Interesting photo of the fish hanging from hooks, ready for the pot, I assume. Ken

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23 04 2014
Ayako Mathies

I believe the hanging fish are being dried to be packed and sold as stockfish (? not sure if that’s what I actually mean – Is that what you mean?) They are from a shop that sold dried products, jerkies and such.

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23 04 2014
Jody and Ken

I thought they were waiting to be plunged into the big pot directly behind them–as some kind of street food.

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23 04 2014
Ayako Mathies

I don’t think so as I believe they are going through a drying process but I was wrong about the stockfish as well. We use little fish for that but these fish are too big so they are/will be salted or otherwise seasoned to be used in cooking.

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