Ròu : ngiug(5)
To start with, a Hakka household favourite, 紅燜豬肉 ： 红焖猪肉 hóng mèn zhūròu : fung(2) mun(3?) zu(1) ngiug(5). This version also had Chinese mushrooms in it.
Next up, another specialty, fatty pork slices with (dred) mustard greens, (乾 : 干) 梅菜扣肉 (gān) méicài kòu ròu : gon(1) moi(2) coi(4) kêu(4) ngiug(5):
Below is another version, made in the 蕉嶺 : 蕉岭 Jiāolǐng : Jiau(1) liang(3) style, although the meat is not visible. Jiaoling County is a county just north of Moiyan County.
Roast pork 叉燒 : 叉烧 chāshāo : ca(1) sau(1) - literally 'fork roast':
Beef strips 牛肉 niúròu : ngiu(2) ngiug(5) with onions:
Dog meat! 狗肉 gǒuròu : gêu(3) ngiug(5). I tried it on 2 or 3 occasions. It was quite fatty, but the taste was not bad: