On Monday, I cooked dinner for the first time in two months--it tasted great. I made bean burritos and went to several different stores to find all the ingredients. Mexican foods are difficult to find here so this meal probably cost three times what it would in the US. I did use some of the produce from the wet market. Even though I love to cook, we will certainly eat out quite a bit here. Many Chinese don't cook. They work long hours, and if you go to local Chinese style restaurants, the food is no more expensive than eating at home. Noodle soup with veges and some meat is a very popular meal and only costs about $2.00.