When hunting through my photo archive for suitable photos for this week's Photo Hunt themes determined by Sandi and Gattina, I came across a number of photos of yellow flowers that I had taken while hiking in Hong Kong. But as pretty as the flowers were, they didn't fit the "awesome" bill to me. (For, yes, it's true enough that however eye-catching Hong Kong's flora can be, I just don't get as excited upon spotting them as I do some interesting bug (especially those doing interesting things!) or beautiful scenery.)
On the other hand, awesome is indeed how I'd describe the taste of the predominantly yellow colored (with bits of green courtesy of the spring rolls that are included in the mix) oyster omelette that can be ordered at the ultra budget Four Seasons eatery in Yau Ma Tei whose clay pot rice I loved even before viewing the Hong Kong episode of Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations. And ditto re the delicious yellow dish of prawns fried in duck egg yolk that is on the menu of Tung Po -- which, yes, is another Hong Kong eatery featured in that same No Reservations episode!