Dim Sum is our version of brunch but the difference is small dishes consisting of a various selection of meat, seafood and vegetable dumplings, fried dumplings, steamed buns with meat inside, mini marinated spareribs with black beans, roast duck, roast pork, an assortment of baked goods both sweet and salty, dessert like coconut custard.
The whole set up is like an assortment of Spanish tapas on a cart being pushed by ladies passing tables with hopes they can sell as many as possible.
The video that you'll see is the making of Sui Mai, a pork/shrimp dumpling. It's simply delicious with a touch of soy sauce added to enhance the flavor,
For all Marylanders, if your a adventurous eater willing to try different foods and believe what I eat is ok for you to eat, then I want you to join me at an authentic Dim Sum restaurant called Chop Sticks in Rosedale. They serve dim sum all week from 11-3 pm and on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, its jammed backed with dim sum lovers!