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Post time 2011-12-21 17:42:11 |Display all floors
Unfortunately, my favorite, fermented bean drink or douzhi (豆汁) is not on the list

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Post time 2011-12-22 14:21:36 |Display all floors
xī hóng shì chǎo jī dàn
西红柿炒鸡蛋
Scrambled egg with tomato

yú xiāng qié zi bāo
鱼香茄子煲
Eggplant en casserole sautéed with spicy garlic sauce

yù sǔn chǎo suān cài
玉笋炒酸菜
Sautéed pickled cabbage with bamboo shoots

guì zhú sǔn ròu sī
桂竹笋肉丝
Sautéed bamboo shoots with shredded pork

běi gū pá cài xīn
北菇扒菜心
Braised shanghai greens and mushrooms

yā huáng jú nán guā
鸭黄焗南瓜
Braised pumpkin with salted egg yolk

shuāng dōng shāo qié zi
双冬烧茄子
Braised eggplant with mushroom and bamboo shoots

gān biān sì jì dòu
干煸四季豆
Dry-fried French beans with minced pork and preserved

duò jiāo chǎo jī dàn
剁椒炒鸡蛋
Scrambled egg with chopped chili pepper

xìng rén chǎo nán guā
杏仁炒南瓜
Sautéed pumpkin with almonds

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Post time 2011-12-22 14:22:23 |Display all floors
刀 削 面
 Noodles cooked by whittling off the dough into the boiling pot, popular in north China’s Shanxi Province

 Zhá jiàng miàn
2 炸 酱 面
Noodles served with fried bean sauce

 Yáng chūn miàn
3 阳 春 面
 Noodles in plain sauce

 Dǎ lǔ miàn
4 打 卤 面
 Noodles served with thick gravy as sauce

 Dān dān miàn
5 担 担 面
 Noodles served with a very spicy hot sauce (Sichuan flavor)

 Hǎi xiān miàn
6 海 鲜 面
 Noodles with seafood

 Niú ròu miàn
7 牛 肉 面
 Noodles with beef

 Jī sī miàn
8 鸡 丝 面
 Noodles with sliced chicken

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Post time 2011-12-22 14:27:53 |Display all floors
Faye_Q Post time: 2011-12-22 14:07
I'm not sure what your mean 豆汁,is it soybean milk?

Really?

You haven't been in Beijing? It's a local snack.

Soybean milk is 豆奶. They are totally different.

I mean, you are a mandarin teacher, right?

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Post time 2011-12-22 14:28:58 |Display all floors
Faye_Q Post time: 2011-12-22 14:07
I'm not sure what your mean 豆汁,is it soybean milk?

I think Voice's explanation is quite clear.

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