I love duck. My friend treated me to a fabulous lunch of Peking Duck at Emperor's Choice on Wentworth in Chinatown. It was the first time having duck prepared this way. You put some duck in a thin flour tortilla or thick sticky bun; add some special sauce, scallions, and cilantro; and then wrap it up and eat it! It was so good. We also had this platter of a mushroom medley with baby bok choy. Later the duck bones were boiled into a broth with watercress, tofu, and ginger. For dessert (!) we had a typical Hong Kong cold mango porridge with mini tapioca pearls and grapefruit pulp. Wow! I didn't celebrate the harvest festival holiday this past September 19, so this felt like a true Thanksgiving feast. (On the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar, the Chinese celebrate the Mid-Autumn or Moon Festival. In Korea, this same day is called Chuseok, which is considered their Thanksgiving holiday.)
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