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Let’s cook chicken!

Archive for September, 2010


Let’s cook chicken!

For Chinese New Year, make Donganziji (Hunan Dish) for a happy life :) Usually spicy, so if you like spicy food add chili.

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“One night in Venice” Jiewu’s photos around Macau, China

A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Macau, China by TravelPod blogger Jiewu titled “One night in Venice” Jiewu’s travel blog entry: “We took the bus down to the border with Macau, which is situated in a shopping centre fittingly enough. It wasn’t as much a walk through to the other side as a queue-through but soon enough we were out and in the Venetian’s complementary bus heading for the casino. The Venetian hotel & casino is simply spectacular. It is the world’s fourth largest building, it has spiral escalators, it has 4 ‘venetian’ c****s on its 2nd floor shopping centre complete with Gondolas, singing gondoliers and artificial blue skies overhead. The gaming floor is the largest casino in the world at over half a million square feet. The outdoor pool area looks like something out of a blingin’ hip-hop video. For dinner we fancied actually leaving the casino (something you certainly don’t have to do) and seeing some of real Macau. We took a cab to Taipa old-town and wandered down the cobbled streets full of european style buildings (Portuguese Macau was Asia’s first and last european colony) till we found Galo, a typical Macanese restaurant that blends Portuguese, Indian, and Cantonese cuisine. Food was excellent. We walked back over to the Venetian (you can’t miss it) to get our gambling on. We split up to ‘work the tables’ but were back together an embarrassingly short amount of time later having both blown our HK$1000 budgets, Jie on Blackjack and

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2010 Asian Games-A touch with Guangzhou Cantonese Food

China Guangzhou Canton Cantonese Guangdong Asia Asian Games 2010 sports match competition

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Tai Wu – Manchester City Centre

Tai Wu – Manchester City Centre One of Manchester’s biggest Chinese restaurants, Tai Wu can accommodate up to 600 diners over two floors with a large buffet downstairs. It’s centrally located on Oxford Street on the site of what was once the Gaumont Cinema and with opening hours that stretch from noon to 2.45am, seven days a week, you need never go hungry in this part of town. The menu covers all the classic Cantonese dishes you would expect as well as offering some more esoteric options such as Baked lobster with ginger and spring onion. There is also a good choice of dim sum which is prepared fresh every day. Tai Wu also now offers spicy Szechuan cuisine and ‘steam boat’ (ideal for groups) after 6pm. It’s very popular with both locals and the Chinese community.

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An Umbrella Business Turnover Of 1.5 Million U.s. Dollars In Two Days

   Surviving the global economic chill, but the Canton Fair opened in the third phase of a three-day there are some sectors contrarian up, the first rebound. Shangyu, Zhejiang

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Delicious Traditiional Fujian Food Part 1

This video is taken from China CCTV, good to share it with overseas chinese who are not accessible this channel. It shows in great details how to prepare snacks from Xiamen, Fujian Province such as rice dumplings, yam bun,etc. Such foods were once available in Singapore, but now most of them has given way to American fast food.

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Slow Food In China

Whether it’s the fiery heat of a Sichuan dish, the subtle flavors of Shandong or the hearty simplicity of the northeast – China is famed the world over for its cuisine. And for thousands of years, food has been at the very heart of Chinese culture and traditions. But in today’s fast moving China, that food culture – particularly in the big cities is often reduced to filling the table, and stomach, as cheaply and quickly as possible. And that means little emphasis on how, where, and by whom food is produced. But now two Americans with Chinese roots -are hoping to change all that with a concept developed in Italy.

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Shandong Cuisine Champion: Tranquility for Best Cooking

ZHANG: Chen Yongming from Flushing, New York was the victor of NTD’s International Chinese Culinary Competion in the category of Shandong Cuisine. Of all the experienced and talented chefs present, only he came away with a gold award. NTD asked him for his views on traditional cuisine. STORY: Chen Yongming explained that his winning dish, the “Red Lotus” originated in an imperial court dish of the Song Dynasty. In the unique process of creating the dish, the lotus is first baked, then fried. [Chen Yongming, Culinary Competition Winner]: “The feeling is as though the lotus has been brushed with a layer of cream.” The Fried Skate Pieces dish was also traditionally prepared first with river water, then afterwards with cooking oil. Ancient cooking styles used less oil than today. Chen says that ancient Chinese attitudes towards food and cooking were based on the four seasons and the life cycle of the human being, as well the natural environment. [Chen Yongming, Culinary Competition Winner]: “Keeping pace with society is wonderful, of course, but the roots must be maintained. So whether it’s food, or any other work or artform, the roots, the foundation, must be kept in place, just as in trying to build a sturdy building. Then whatever might be added on top of that, it will still forever be the most beautiful, forever the most solid and unbreakable.” Chen says to create the finest end-product, preserving the foundation of the dish is the most important. When he first became a

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Learn Chinese – Living China: Journey to Shaanxi part 4

www.chineseclass101.com Join us as we take a journey with Anthony to Shaanxi! In Episode 4, we learn that what goes up a mountain must come down. Anthony heads down Hua Shan, which he previously climbed in episode 3. Did he make it down safely or was the trip down more dangerous than the trip up? Watch this video to find out, and learn a few Chinese words while you’re at it. If you Enjoyed this video, stop by our Chinese language learning website and get other language learning content including other great videos like this one, audio podcasts, review materials, blogs, iPhone applications, and more. Join the friendly community of learners at http and start mastering Chinese today!

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A Very Jewish Christmas Eve.m4v

Sizzle in the Middle’s non-conformist Tracy Pattin creates a new Christmas tradition. A Jewish Christmas Eve. Tracy and friend Michael Cohen take you on in their back pocket to celebrate this non-traditional adventure of a traditional holiday. Merry merry…Happy happy!

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