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  • What links here - Mycitycuisine.org
    talk Help Help talk Category Category talk Filters Hide transclusions Hide links Hide redirects The following pages link to Athens View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Main Page links View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Special WhatLinksHere Athens Personal tools 81 198 240 36 Talk for this IP address Log in Namespaces Special page Variants

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  • Related changes - Mycitycuisine.org
    users Hide my edits Show new changes starting from 09 57 26 April 2016 Namespace all Main Talk User User talk Mycitycuisine org Mycitycuisine org talk File File talk MediaWiki MediaWiki talk Template Template talk Help Help talk Category Category talk Invert selection Page name Show changes to pages linked to the given page instead Legend N new page m minor edit b bot edit No changes on linked pages

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  • Boiled Lamb Tripe (Bao Du, 爆肚) - Mycitycuisine.org
    vinegar chili oil fermented bean curd soup coriander diced green onion and other spices Boiled lamp trip was first recorded during the reign of emperor Qian Long 1736 1795 Locals usually eat it in late autumn and early winter The Chinese name Bao Du means quickly boiled tripe Some restaurants also sell Bao Du made of ox tripe but Bao Du made of lamb tripe is more popular because it is more tender Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Bao Du Boiled Lamb Tripe en beijing2008 cn Bao Du Boiled Lamb Tripe china chinaa2z com 爆肚 baike baidu com BaoDu er 爆肚儿 lllllll cn beijing life edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment User Comments 1 messages page 1 of 1 App User Gilbert How do you make it 2011 09 22 01 54 51 Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Boiled Lamb Tripe Bao Du E7 88 86 E8 82 9A Category Dish Personal tools 81 198 240 36 Talk for this IP address Log in Namespaces Page Discussion

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  • Fuling jiabing (茯苓夹饼) - Mycitycuisine.org
    around the city Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Fuling jiabing en wikipedia org 茯苓夹饼 www hudong com edit Rating 2 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Fuling jiabing E8 8C AF E8 8B 93 E5

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  • Mung Bean Milk (Dou Zhi, 豆汁) - Mycitycuisine.org
    It is almost always served with pickles that are thinly cut and sprayed with cayenne pepper oil People from outside of the region may initially find it hard to swallow because of its flavor but if they manage to get past the first time they may start liking it Mung Bean Milk is also rich in protein vitamin C and dietary fiber Local people think it helps relieve the summer heat so it is a popular drink in the summer time Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Mung Bean Milk Dou Zhi www chinaculture org Mung Bean Milk Dou Zhi www ebeijing gov cn 豆汁 baike baidu com edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Mung Bean Milk Dou Zhi E8 B1 86 E6 B1 81 Category Dish Personal tools 81 198 240 36 Talk for this IP address Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history Actions Search Navigation Main page Recent changes Random page Suggest a Dish Supporting Bloggers

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  • Spring Rolls (Chun Juan, 春卷) - Mycitycuisine.org
    a thin pan cake and deep frying in cooking oil so it is crispy and has a crunchy texture Spring rolls are served with dipping sauces like sweet plum sauce or soy sauce Today the spring roll is a common dish served all year round and can be found in many restaurants in China Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here Yay I Finally Nailed Spring Rolls Making Taste Buds edit References Spring Rolls en wikipedia org How to Make Spring Rolls vegetarian about com What are Spring Rolls www wisegeek com Chicken and vegetable spring rolls www bbc co uk Spring Rolls www epicurious com edit Rating 3 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Spring Rolls Chun Juan E6 98 A5 E5 8D B7 Category Dish Personal tools 81 198 240 36 Talk for this IP address Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history Actions Search Navigation Main page Recent changes Random page Suggest a Dish Supporting Bloggers Help Toolbox What links here Related

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  • Stir-Fried Pork Liver (Chao Gan, 炒肝) - Mycitycuisine.org
    is boiled as opposed to fried The dish first appeared during the Song Dynasty 960 1276 originally using stewed port liver and pork lung as the main ingredients The dish was re invented during the Qing Dynasty 1644 1911 but has kept its original name Local people prefer not to use chopsticks or a spoon but drink directly from the bowl and make a sound while sipping Chao Gan traditionally the most appropriate way to enjoy this local snack Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Chao Gan Stir Fried Pork Liver en beijing2008 cn Chao Gan Stir Fried Pork Liver china chinaa2z com 炒肝 baike baidu com edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Stir Fried Pork Liver Chao Gan E7 82 92 E8 82 9D Category Dish Personal tools 81 198 240 36 Talk for this IP address Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history Actions Search Navigation Main page Recent changes Random page Suggest a Dish Supporting Bloggers

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  • Tea Soup (Chatang, 茶汤) - Mycitycuisine.org
    dish so much that it became a staple breakfast item in the imperial menu An important part of enjoying tea soup is to watch how the dish is served because it is an amazing sight to see the server pouring tea soup into a bowl from a huge kettle It often takes years of practice for the server to master the skill The dish is prepared in two steps First flours of sorghum and or millet are cooked in advance often stir fried and after the completion the flour is ready to be served When a customer orders the dish hot water is poured into the bowl containing the flour to create a paste like mush and it is served with white and or brown sugar and Sweet Osmanthus sauce 桂花酱 pinyin guìhuā jiàng Traditionally the skill of the server was judged on several factors and one of them was the resulting mush the most skillful server would be able to create the mush so thick that when a chopstick was inserted into the mush it remained vertical while at the same time the mush remained fluid Other criteria for the servers skills included the ability not to splash any hot water outside the bowl and spill out any flour because traditionally all ingredients are placed in a bowl into which is poured boiling water from a special copper kettle with a long dragon shaped spout called 龙嘴大铜壶 pinyin lóngzuǐ dàtónghú literally dragon mouth large copper jug and special skills were needed to handle this equipment The ingredients are then stirred together and the chatang is eaten with a spoon Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here

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