Chinese Food


  • 6 delicious healthy summer smoothies thin
     Summer to gain weight for many reasons, the most important one is certainly hard to eat cold.The entrance of the ice cream, iced Sprite Coke brought us fun in the cool, but also increased the daily caloric intake. Icy do not want to gain weight? Then...
    Mar-21 - 2014 | No Comments | More ->

  • All-in-one destination for capital classics
     Mention Beijing food to a gourmet, and many different things come to mind: traditional lamb hot pot, noodles with fried soybean sauce, and Beijing-style dim sum. If you want to try all of these, and more, visit Wanfeng Snack City, an all-in-one...
    Mar-21 - 2014 | No Comments | More ->

  • Healthy huaiyang
    An unusual pickled radish is served up in Yipin Huaiyang style. Picturesque scenery inspires chefs to create cuisine that complements the ambience. Ye Jun takes time off to relax in a new restaurant that pays homage to one such food style. Yipin Huaiyang...
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  • Mushrooming in popularity
    Shan zhen hai wei (山珍海味), or literally "mountain precious and ocean taste," is the Chinese superlative describing a great meal of the tastiest and most delicate dishes prepared with the rarest ingredients. Shan zhen, the first half of the phrase, refers...
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  • Chinese Table Manners
    Chinese people love to eat and China boasts one of the world's greatest cuisines. During the long period of development of the eating culture, there formed many things about the eating that foreign visitors may find quite different from what they are used...
    Mar-12 - 2014 | No Comments | More ->

  • Hunan Cuisine
    Also known as Xiang Cai, Hunan cuisine has already developed into a famous culinary school in China. Hunan dishes consist of local dishes from the Xiangjiang River area, Dongting Lake area and Western Hunan mountain area.Hunan's culinary specialties are...
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  • Lu Cuisine
     Lu Cuisine refers to Shangdong dishes, featuring dense taste and favor of shallot and garlic, especially apt at the cooking of seafood, soup and a variety of bowels. Famous flavored dishes include Dezhou braised boneless chicken, braised intestines in...
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  • Min Cuisine
     Min Cuisine, one of the Eight Cuisines of China, is mainly represented by dishes of Fuzhou and Xiamen styles. The dishes of Xiamen style are of strong local flavor of southern Fujian, which feature light soup and flavor, crisp stir-fried dish, and...
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  • Anhui Cuisine
     Anhui cuisine (Hui Cai for short), one of the eight most famous cuisines in China, features the local culinary arts of Huizhou. It comprises the specialties of South Anhui, Yanjiang and Huai Bei. The highly distinctive characteristic of Anhui cuisine...
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  • Jiangsu Cuisine
    Sweet and Dour deep-Fried Mandarin Fish Jiangsu cuisine, also known as Su Cai, consists of the local flavors of Huaiyang, Jinling, Suxi and Xuhai. Its influence reaches the broader area of the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River and it enjoys a ...
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