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Chinese Food Delivery Packaging Comparison (WRTR Round 1)



A comparison of the packaging used in the Chinese food places around my neighborhood. I never thought I’d say this but after this review, I think I’ll be sticking to salad for the rest of the month….

Submission For: Round 1 of Who Reviews the Reviewers (Topic: Packaging)

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2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - September 12, 2018 at 1:19 am

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Chinese Food Market with snakes, frogs and scorpians.



Chinese food market, great vegetables and fresh meat, chicken,frogs and snake. Plus what we bought for our dinner.

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7 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - September 8, 2018 at 10:34 pm

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Chinese Chicken Wings – Chicken Wing Recipe – Chinese Food



Chinese Food, just about everyone loves it right? Add Chicken Wings into the picture and things get even better. The Wolfe Pit shows you how to make these Sweet, Sticky and Spicy glazed chicken wings. The wing and sauce combination truly makes your taste buds POP!

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1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - July 31, 2018 at 12:13 pm

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45 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - July 10, 2018 at 7:44 pm

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Unheard of Chinese Street Food You MUST Try | Farmers Market in China! China Cuisine



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I visited this local market near the outskirts of Chengdu, Sichuan, China, and found Chinese street food and the atmosphere to be mind blowing and exciting! It was truly an experience visiting this Chinese street market! So much food and Sichuan ingredients, so many flavours to try!

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I visited this morning market on a Sunday morning in Chengdu at 8am with an empty stomach and money to blow with the goal of tasting foods and chatting with as many locals as possible. This is a true China experience. It was so busy, with so many people, so many things to buy and look at, tons of vegetables, meat, live chickens, live hens, live roosters, everything you could want really. Fresh handmade noodles, fresh Sichuan cold “liangbancai”, and a huge meat market deli area with hanging pork and beef to choose from. All of the locals were friendly and talkative, although a bit surprised to see a foreigner walking through the area!

If you’re visiting China as a tourist, you’ll definitely want to take a walk through a busy morning market like this. There are countless street foods to try and people to chat to (If you speak a little mandarin). This market was mind blowing!

Rather than trying hot pot in Chengdu or hot pot in Chongqing, you could try some way cooler food in Chengdu at local market like this. This should be a top priority in my opinion!

Chinese cuisine is so diverse, and I consider myself lucky to be able to live in Sichuan, eating Sichuan food everyday, tasting all the top Chinese foods to try whenever I want. I’ve decided to stay living in China for at least another 2 or 3 years to get the feel of it and eat as much as I can!

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农贸市场
青羊区苏坡中路5-10号

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22 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - July 8, 2018 at 7:40 pm

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Asian at Home | Chinese Fried Rice



Classic Chinese Fried Rice Recipe is simple, quick and easy recipe that everyone can make it at home! The variety of fried rice is numberless, like pizza! So feel free to substitute the vegetables or protein for your own taste, even soy sauce! Sometime I love adding salt instead of soy sauce, it makes fried rice taste so much clean and simple flavor.

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Chinese Fried Rice Ingredients:
Serves 2

2 Tbs. Cooking oil
2 Cloves garlic, chopped
1/4 of Onion, small diced (approximately 1/2 cup)
1/4 cup Carrot, small diced
2 oz. Chinese sausage, small diced
2 oz. Beef, cut into one bite sizes
2 eggs, beaten, seasoned with salt and pepper
2 cups Cold Jasmine rice, recommended a day old
2 Tbs. Soy sauce
1 Tbs. Dark soy sauce (Can be substitute regular soy sauce)
A small pinch of sugar
4 Green onions, chopped

*Remember, you are the boss in your kitchen, substitute proteins, vegetables and even soy sauce for your taste!

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35 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - June 29, 2018 at 12:46 am

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Seafood Chinese Cooking – Good For the Development of Our Brain?

As we know, learning about other country culture is important for us to understand about other people. Cooking is also one important thing in culture. Learning about how some people from other country are preparing their traditional food is sure able to help us to understand a little bit of their culture. One of the countries that are very famous with the food is china. We all know thatides famous with traditional medicine, Chinese cooking is also very famous in the world. They are not only considering the taste of their food but also the ingredients that they use are good for our health.

Chinese cooking is famous and has been used not only by not only people from china but also from another country. As the proof, Chinese restaurant is spread all over the world. The consumers are not only china but also people all over the world like Chinese food. Talking about Chinese food, most of us will think about seafood. It is reasonable because Chinese people are very good at making food based on seafood. We know that seafood contain many of nutrition and other substances that are need by our body especially good for the development of our brain when we are still kids.

Want to learn Chinese cooking in the simplest way? Looking at the facts above, our answer will definitely be "yes". The simplest way is of course by learning from the internet. There are many cookers that agree to share the food they can in the internet. Searching in the search engine is one of the best alternatives.



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Chinese Recipe

The usual mainstays of a typical Chinese recipe include vegetables, noodles, rice and tofu.

Although to many it may seem that the cuisine has less to offer to vegetarians, but it is not true.

Cooked through a variety of methods and with different sauces, each recipe offers a unique flavor to its savore.

Vegetables like watercress are mainly used in salads in the west. But cooking it the Chinese way will make you relish it like a vegetable.

Usually vegetables like runner beans, aubergines, sprouts or peppers are cooked briefly over high heat, to retain both their nutrients and fresh flavor.

While tougher vegetables like carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, water chestnuts etc are par boiled before undertaking other processes like sauteing or pan frying.

A single recipe can give you a mix of flavors and textures and that is what Chinese cooking is all about.

For instance you can begin by heating a small quantity of oil to a pan. Once it is moderately hot, add the vegetables stir fry. Then add flavorings. Cover and cook for a while making sure the veggies do not lose their crispiness. Then serve or finish with some Chinese sauce such as Szechwan or Sichuan, sweet and sour, black bean sauce etc

A beautiful mix of natural juices in oil and flavorings cooked in a combination of stir fry and steam makes the recipe healthy (low calorie)

Even when it comes to ingredients there are several replacements possible.

For instance if using dried mushrooms do not remain stuck sole to it many recipes make way for replacement with other varieties such as straw, abalone and button mushrooms as they all add flavor to Chinese dishes.

Addition of dry fruits such as almonds and walnuts especially in stir fry dishes such as crispy seaweed or spinach add both to the nutrient value and flavor.

Being high in protein, they are a good substitute for meat. Walnut skin has a bitter flavor which is lost in stir-frying.

Mock meat substitutes like seitan made from gluten or mock oyster add to the flavor of cooking.

In a blend of all these varied ingredients a vegetarian Chinese recipe, most often resembles a type of meat or seafood.



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