After a long day of riding to Harrison Hot Springs with SonjaM
I returned home with a dirty chain
It's a never ending battle of cleaning and lubing so I got out my rag and brushed some of the grime off the chain and sprocket. With the V-strom on the centre stand I re-lubricated the chain with Motul Chain lube. It is always preferable to do this while the chain is warm and left to sit overnight. Soon Mrs Skoot arrived home from work and we headed down to the Richmond Night Market for dinner. They are noted for having a multitude of food vendors and surely there is something for every palate.
The Night Market is modeled after those in Asia and is held every weekend; Friday, Saturday & Sunday nights (plus holidays) in the evenings after 7pm . We have two night markets in Vancouver with the smaller one in Vancouver's historic chinatown area. More information can be obtained here
By the time we arrive and get to the main food area we are confronted with crowds of people with the same idea.
Our normal procedure is to do a circle and scan the vendors to see what looks interesting. As I am hungry I usually grab some tidbit to tide me over until I find what I want. I came to this booth and noticed the Butter Chicken & Tandori Chicken
I just love Butter Chicken so I plunked down my Cdn$5. for this bowl with the sauce and chicken over rice. It is more filling than it looks but it was sooooooo good that I went back for seconds
Gunnar was the owner of this booth and he was explaining the recipe and how he made it. We go to the Night Market often during the summer and I look forward to having another bowl the next time. Just looking at this photo makes me salivate.