Matumbo is very hearty stew with a mixture of organs such as intestines and stomachs. It is usually combined with tomato-based soup.
The word “粥”(zuk) means a rice congee or rice porridge. What I love about “粥”: it’s not only healty and delicious, but a great dish for those in a hurry on a budget or who need something filling. Chinese traditionally cook “粥” for hours over a low heat in a big pot. Here I post “及第粥” (Kapdaizuk) which is auspicious for student who wants pass the examination for the high degree. Boiled internal organs such as intestines and liver was inside.