The spoils of travel.
This wasn't much of a culinary venture. I spent 90% or more of the time with family, none of whom are likely eG material, but lovely in other ways.
I'm not entirely sure what the food import regulations are in either Hong Kong or mainland China (they are probably different) but I sailed through customs (as usual) with:
I do occasionally make my own hummus from scratch, but it's a lengthy process, especially as I have to make the tahini, too. I also bought some pitta bread to accompany this, but they are in the freezer.
I can get sardines (of a sort) here, but in weirdly flavoured sauces, the least offensive of which is tomato sauce. I like my sardines in olive oil. Not the best brand in the world, but better than any SE Asian one.
I used to be able to get capers no problem, but the one shop that carried themn closed down a few months ago. I'll get more later online.
Because I like it! Unheard of here.
With wedges of Stilton and Wensleydale to accompany. And...
I mentioned this in my first post in this topic.
Then we come to the cream of the crop! The food of the northern gods!
I wish I'd bought the larger one, but it would have hurt more to have that confiscated!
Off now to deal with the crippling jet lag.