台南碗粿 Tainan Wa Gui

碗粿

<碗粿+蒜泥  / Tainan Wa Gui with garlic sauce >

碗粿
<碗粿 (Wa gui) served and made in a bowl mixed with duck egg yolk, mushroom, pork, and shrimp.>

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碗粿

// When I was a kid, mobile vendor was very popular. There were 豆花 (soybean pudding), 碗粿 (Wa gui) and BBQ pork sausage(烤香腸) mobile vendors passed my place.

They always pushed their cart from lane to lane, street to street. Sold foods in a regular area, regular path and regular time. All I had to do was sat and waited at home. But how did I know that they were coming?
* 碗粿 (Wa gui) vendor : She peddled with her mouths, you can hear a special sound yelled “碗~粿~(Wa~ gui~)”.
* 豆花 (soybean pudding) vendor : He always peddled on his barefoot. Played radio along, but not so loud.
* 烤香腸 (BBQ pork sausage) vendor : He was a quiet man, no sound to tell if he was coming or not. Not only kids love it, adults love it more, cause they had pinball game to play. But I had missed it very often.

Anyway, You can imaging how exciting to a kid when she heard their coming sound.

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