1/2 cup vegetable oil
1 lb. bean curd
1 tbsp. chopped scallion and ginger
2 eggs, beaten Salt to taste Sesame oil to taste
Heat 2 tbsp. of oil in a pan over a high flame, add bean curd and chopped ginger, stir while adding salt and more oil. Stir fry until the liquid evaporates and the mixture turns brown. Add beaten eggs, stir until the eggs are solid. Add chopped scallion and sesame oil and serve.
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Visiting a beauty spa is, in some ways, no different than buying a car. Unless you are an automotive specialist, it is unlikely that you understand everything about how a car works before you buy one. The best strategy is to learn enough to test the reliability of the expert trying to sell you one, and, if you feel you can trust him or her to the limits of what you know, you’ll feel better about trusting beyond that point. – Check the association websites and newsletters in the beauty spa industry. They are keeping track of trends, innovations, and the quality of new experiences designed and offered by beauty spas around the world. By doing a little reading about trends in the industry and exciting new developments at individual beauty spas, you can tune in on the latest and greatest, and recognize it if it turns up on the menu of your beauty spa. (Since the beauty spas are reading those news sources too, it’s entirely possible that they’re adopting ideas they find there for their own guests.) – One way to keep a little more control in an unfamiliar situation is to book time, rather than specific treatments, when you reserve your place at the beauty spa. Select treatments after you arrive and have had a chance to talk to the staff about them. Try to avoid signing on for packages or combinations of treatments, and take them one at a time, so they are easier to understand.