Fun Fact Friday

January 27, 2012 By: Serena

Happy Friday, lovelies! Another end to a busy week! We’re having a NoshGirl Party this weekend – will you be participating? 🙂  I think this Friday’s Fun Fact is especially appropriate for this blog:

Har gow (shrimp dumplings), from Golden Unicorn

“Dim sum” translates into “to touch the heart” or “a little bit of heart.” 

As you can imagine, this meal is dear to the heart of dim sum enthusiasts!

Have you had dim sum before? What is your favorite dish?

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20 Comments to “Fun Fact Friday”

  1. I love dim sum…especially at the Golden Unicorn! Perhaps just as much as the food, I just really love the unique experience of eating dim sum–the grand ballrooms, the traveling carts. It’s so fun!

  2. I love love love dim sum!!! It’s hard to pick a favorite because whatever I’m in the mood for they have suck variety so there’s always something I love. I enjoy shumai, har cheoyeon, fun gao and well… everything. lol

  3. I’ve never had dim sum! Looks delicious. Happy Friday 😀

  4. Love dim sum! My favorite dish is the soup-filled dumplings – not sure what they’re called, but I could eat about five steam baskets full in one sitting.

  5. Love the meaning behind dim sum. This is also making me so hungry… And it’s only 10:30AM. HAPPY FRIDAY, friend!

  6. hmm, those Har Gow look pretty darn awesome. I’d have to say my favorite is the turnip cake (Law Bok Goh).

  7. Mmmm Dim Sum is so much fun! I have only had a real dim sum experience once but I had these shrimp bites that were covered in a crunchy crust (not breading, more like a noodle)? Anyways, they were amazing. And the experience was great!

  8. I LOVE dim sum!! It’s one of the meals the hubby and I could probably eat every day and not get sick of it!

    There’s too many delicious options to choose from, how do I choose just one?!

  9. Mmmm love dim sum! 🙂

  10. what a beautiful way to describe dim sum!! i really like shrimp dumplings and shrimp wrapped in white noodle, shaped like a rectangle but i forget the name.

    happy friday!

    • Ah, I wonder if you’re referring to the har cheoyeon that Annie (above) mentions. They are shaped like rectangles!


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