I have a term for snacks or meals that I eat outside what most people consider “normal” lunch or dinner hours: opportunistic eating.Usually, it’s a spur-of-the-moment light meal that I eat just because the opportunity presents itself, such as when I’m walking by a normally packed noodle shop in Hong Kong, such as Yat Lok or Kau Kee, and I see that, for whatever reason, there’s no queue. I pop in, eat a bowl of roast goose noodles or beef brisket noodles, then continue on my merry way.It’s very…



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