To celebrate my own birthday, I made some glutinous riceballs last week (*ﾟ∀ﾟ*)
Serradura, aka ‘sawdust’ in in Portuguese, refers to the texture of biscuit crumbs. Serradura pudding originates in Portugal. The creamy, rich texture of whipped cream and delicate, dusty crumbs is a perfect combination. I love the aftertaste of milkiness lingering in my mouth. It’s also incredibly easy to make.
I was curious about the reason of dividing sandwiches into two different sexes, i.e. Croque Madame & Croque Monsieur. So I googled about it and found that the French thought the sunny side up egg resembles women’s breasts, hence the feminine title (,,ﾟДﾟ)
All of a sudden, this dish seems so sexy lol. The French perspective on art and cuisine is definitely bold and unique, and I just love it.