This week's recipe has a most intriguing name - tai yee ma ka loi. That Cantonese phrase translates to "eldest auntie marries off her daughter".
Curiouser and curiouser. The dish seems too everyday to be served at a wedding, so that cannot be the reason for its name. Was it tai yee ma's signature dish? Or the daughter's one last taste of mama's cooking before she left home?
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