NYChinatown Post time 2011-12-6 23:08:51

CystalLove Post time: 2011-12-5 23:14 static/image/common/back.gif
only Look good is not enough.
Sometimes the good look will cheat you.

true...and dont judge the book by its covers & unfortunately i usually go by cosmetic appealin(presentation)more than anythin else...

angela627 Post time 2011-12-19 15:41:33

Pí dàn shòu ròu zhōu
1 皮 蛋 瘦 肉 粥
 Preserved egg and lean meat porridge

 Yín ěr lián zǐ zhōu
2 银 耳 莲 子 粥
 Tremella (mushroom) and lotus seeds porridge

 Lǜ dòu bǎi hé zhōu
3 绿 豆 百 合 粥
 Mung bean and lily porridge

 Zhī ma nuò mǐ zhōu
4 芝 麻 糯 米 粥
 Sesame and glutinous rice porridge

 Bàng chá xiǎo mǐ zhōu
5 棒 渣 小 米 粥
 Corn and millet porridge

 Shēng gǔn yú piàn zhōu
6 生 滚 鱼 片 粥
 Sliced fresh fish porridge

 Shū cài niú ròu zhōu
7 蔬 菜 牛 肉 粥
 Vegetables and beef porridge

 Hóng shǔ nán guā zhōu
8 红 薯 南 瓜 粥
 Sweet potato and pumpkin porridge

angela627 Post time 2011-12-19 15:42:28

Shāo bing
烧饼
Sesame seed cake

Yóu tiáo
油条
Deep-fried twisted dough stick

Mán tou
馒头
Steamed bun or bread

Má huā
麻花
Fried dough twist

Mǐ fěn
米粉
Rice-flour noodles

Dòu jiāng
豆浆
Soybean milk

Hún tun
馄饨
Wonton

Chūn juǎn
春卷

xilaren Post time 2011-12-20 06:58:05

angela627 Post time: 2011-12-19 15:42 static/image/common/back.gif
Shāo bing
烧饼
Sesame seed cake


if we had also the photos to see them it would be better

greatlady Post time 2011-12-20 14:10:03

seneca Post time: 2011-12-20 10:26 static/image/common/back.gif
I love Youzibi (spelling?), especially when mae by my mother-in-law.

Ingredient: Pomelo peels.


u eat youzipi ?

why?

there are plenty of stuff to eat...

greatlady Post time 2011-12-20 14:10:59

seneca Post time: 2011-12-20 10:27 static/image/common/back.gif
My Chinese decyphering skills give out shortly after "niurou lamian" and "kafei".

niurou la mian bu hao chi.

tasteless.

CystalLove Post time 2011-12-20 15:37:48

seneca Post time: 2011-12-20 14:59 static/image/common/back.gif
Clearly you do not know something so exquisite as youzipi... It tastes monumentally better than rice ...

柚子皮? Do you like it? :L Never heard it could be eaten.
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