Date: Jul 12, 2015
Pay Chen remembers eating the tofu fresh and warm from the mould.
Food writer, Pay Chen can remember her parents working long hours for little pay when
they moved to Canada from Taiwan.
She also remembers how hard her parents worked for very little pay. But she also remembers there always being food for her and her brother to eat, especially tofu.
“I do have memories of my dad bringing it fresh and it still being warm that’s something that most people won’t get to experience is having it just out of the mold … being able to eat it warm with soy sauce, garlic or green onion,” said Chen.
Tofu has become a staple in the refrigerators of many Maritimers6:42
They found it difficult to find the flavours from home when they moved to Halifax. [FULL STORY]