Food sold in the migrant village is colorful and diverse, exotic and scary, and I wouldn’t touch half of it, because i am kind of picky…. And we didn’t even go in to the wet market, because the smell was just too bad, and I couldn’t really manage to think of what we could find in there…. Anyway, even if they have food from all over China in this village, the food looked pretty much like the stuff you can find just about anywhere in Guangzhou.
First: fresh chillies in all sorts and sizes. The red ones are from Sichuan, where the food is always super spicy!
Tofu on a stick. Surprisingly enough I quite like tofu, i certainly prefer it to a lot of the weird meet I feel that they serve here. Tofu always seems to be a safer choice somehow. And they make it nice with spices.
Eggs boiled in tea. This you can find absolutely everywhere. Looks awful to me, but I am sure it tasts kind of like hard boiled eggs…. Or would the tea change the taste/flavor of the egg?
Rice, also in all different kinds and sizes. The different kinds here are from different regions in China. I have never managed to taste any difference in the Chinese rices though, but I am sure the experts do.
Mushrooms and other dried veggies.