I. Am. So. Honoured.
I just realised I am the first Guest Blogger for Pig Pig's Corner! What a privilege. What an honour. This certainly counts as one of the high points of my blogging journey so far.
I still remember when I first started blogging - my photos were laughable and my readership comprised a grand total of 3 people (I, Me and Myself). Pig Pig's Corner was one of the few established bloggers who kindly cast a glance my way, and for that, I will always be grateful. Fast forward 16 months later, and today, I am doing a guest post for them.
Wow. The world works in mysterious ways! Thank you, Ann and Jeff, for this wonderful opportunity. :)
Now, the dish. If you do a quick scour of Pig Pig's Corner, you will see an impressive repertoire of dishes. As I jokingly asked Ann, "What have you NOT cooked?" Eventually, I figured less is more, and decided on a very simple dish - Braised Ee Fu Noodles (伊府面) - something everyone can make.
I am sure you must have heard of this dish, even if you have never eaten it. It is on the menu of any Chinese restaurant worth its salt, and never fails to appear at wedding banquets.
Of course, you don't need special occasions to make this. It is such a quick and simple dish, you can whip it up any time you feel like having noodles. For the recipe and more photos, please hop over to the wonderful Pig Pig's Corner.