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Going to Lunch at the Hungry Chilli – Halifax Nova Scotia

Archive for December, 2010


Going to Lunch at the Hungry Chilli – Halifax Nova Scotia

Group at work decided to celebrate Chinese New Year by heading over to the Hungry Chilli in downtown Halifax and have a meal. Some items, I understand, were special orders not on the menu. It was delicious. HungryChili, 5234 Blowers Street, Halifax, NS

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Cantonese Regional

Easily the most well-known of the Chinese regional cuisines, Cantonese cuisine comes from the region around Canton in Southern China. Simple spices and a wide variety of foods used in cooking characterize Cantonese cuisine. Of all the Chinese regions, Canton (Guangdong province) has the most available food resources. Its proximity to the sea offers a veritable marine cornucopia to be added to its dishes.

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Sweet Mandarin Beijing Masterclass

Our website is www.sweetmandarin.com About Sweet Mandarin Food Tech/Science Master Classes Sweet Mandarin has been working with schools for over 6 years in the UK, Asia, Caribbean and USA teaching thousands of students and teachers. We are the approved supplier of Food Technology / Science / Entrepreneurship Master Classes for Manchester City Council and work with their 174 primary and secondary schools in the Manchester district. We also welcome field trips to Sweet Mandarin. About Helen Tse Helen Tse, a Cambridge graduate, has the PGCE qualification (and awarded the highest level, Outstanding). Helen loves working with students and has a flair for making lessons really exciting, interesting and is an outstanding teacher. Helen is also the author of the best selling book, Sweet Mandarin sold in 33 countries and used by schools in the UK, USA and China for English, Chinese Studies and Citizenship. The book was endorsed by Oprah’s chef, Art Smith, Amy Tan and Ken Hom. About Lisa Tse Lisa Tse is the head chef of Sweet Mandarin who has been featured as a keynote speaker at the Manchester Science Museum (“Lisa Tse was one of the most interesting and informative speakers at the Manchester Science Festival. Her event Science+Food = Cooking was sold out and the audience loved her.”) She has been featured in the Sunday Times (click here) for her work with schools and was awarded the Skills 2 Work Outstanding Individual Award for her work with schools. Lisa has cooked for Gordon

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Hunan Cusine Is A Great Choice

Hunan cuisine shares many commonalities with its close, more well-known cousin, Szechwan cooking, Both cuisines originate in the Western region of China. The climate there is sub-tropical – humid and warm enough to encourage the use of fiery spices to help cool the body, and to require high spicing of food as

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Food And Drug Administration In Zhejiang Province To Further Strengthen The Flow Of Prescription

To further implement the state Prescription drugs And Non-prescription drugs Classification Management Regulations, strengthen supervision of prescription drug sales

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Anthony Bourdain – Hong Kong Cantonese cuisine HD Widescreen

Until I traveled to China recently, I was vaguely aware of the fact that the delicious gourmet Chinese cuisine I had been enjoying was exclusively Cantonese cooking.The Cantonese cuisine is what we have in most Chinatowns in USA and Hong Kong.SF Chinese food became mediocre due to a huge influx of immigrants from China.Cantonese cooking uses a lot of garlic,ginger,soy sauce,huge flame to give that delicious flambe taste.The meat is usually marinated.By contrast in China, the food is either bland or FIRE ENGINE HOT! I enjoyed my trip to China for her rich cultural heritage.I’m saving for a trip to Hong Kong!!

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2009 NTDTV International Chinese Culinary Competition

An annual culinary event dedicated to traditional Chinese cuisines with the mission to revive traditional cooking techniques and promote authentic Chinese culinary culture, the Competition is comprised of 5 cuisine categories: Cantonese, Huaiyang, Szechuan, Shandong, and Northeastern Chinese. Gold-prize winners will be awarded $10000 each. Contestants are required to prepare 2 dishes within 45 minutes during preliminaries and 3 dishes within 60 minutes during finals. Dont miss the great tasting events at the Competition and a 10-course sumptuous dinner prepared by winning chefs at the Award Banquet. Visit BestChineseChefs.com

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Easily the most well-known of the Chinese regional cuisines_

Easily the most well-known of the Chinese regional cuisines, Cantonese cuisine comes from the region around Canton in Southern China. Simple spices and a wide variety of foods used in cooking characterize Cantonese cuisine. Of all the Chinese regions, Canton (Guangdong province) has the most available food resources.

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Entering China: Shenzhen and the Li River valley – Guilin, China (guilin valley)

A TripAdvisor™ TripWow video of a travel blog to Guilin, China by TravelPod blogger Wenzels. See this TripWow and more at tripwow.tripadvisor.com Entering China: Shenzhen and the Li River valley “Nihao everyone and welcome to China!!! Leaving Hong Kong, our first stop in China was to be the border town of Shenzhen to meet our friend Feng there. It was great to see him as he picked us up at immigrations and took us to our very flash hotel. That was true bliss after our crammed abode in Hong Kong. Feng took us on an evening tour of Shenzhen and we truly marveled at this fastest growing town in China. Shenzhen probably boasts as many skyscrapers as Hong Kong has and it’s hard to comprehend that only 25 years ago there was a quaint fishing town here. Then Shenzhen won the equivalent of the capitalistic national lottery and was awarded special economic region status in the early eighties. Probably to rival Hong Kong and be an advertisement for the economic potential of China. So with massive foreign and national investment Shenzhen now has over 14 million inhabitants (don’t hold me to my stats, my usual information source (wikipedia) is barred in China, matter of fact we’re lucky this site is running). It is a modern sprawling and very clean city. We were very impressed. Wide boulevards and a sophisticated flair in the business district and a very organic feel to the night life. The inhabitants are just as young as the city, you’ll barely see anybody above 30 on the streets

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Penang: Multicultural Food That Satisfy Every Palate

In a word, Penang food is both famous and fabulous. When people mention Penang food, they are more often than not referring to hawker food and coffee shop dining. It’s true that some of the hype is overblown but it cannot be denied that Penang is home to many uniquely delicious chow. Ironically, hawkers in other states or towns have been known to pull the crowd by simply advertising their food as hailing from Penang, regardless of its authenticit

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