Uyghur food from China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, located in the western part of China along the fabled Silk Road, draws influences from the neighboring countries and creates something quite distinct from the rest of China.
For example, the much-celebrated local rice dish, romanized as polo, polov, or pulao, is very similar […]
If you are not familiar with the food and cooking of Yunnan Province in China, you are not alone. Even in China, many people are just beginning to discover the exotic and exciting flavors of that remote and mountainous region.
That said, one dish from Yunnan, Crossing the bridge noodles (过桥米线), has […]
The mountains, forests, rivers, and lakes in the region provide abundant supply of wild games, fresh-water fish, mushrooms, bamboo shoots, and a wide range of […]
To begin with, they are a cold-weather icon, and a big celebrity during the holiday season because of their appearance in a popular Christmas song.
If you compare the nutritional composition of chestnuts with those of other nuts, you’ll notice that […]
In fact, this dish can be a perfect alternative to the traditional Thanksgiving classics. In many cultures, duck is considered a festive food ideal for special occasions and […]
Of course, nowadays people are more likely to shoot a photo with a smartphone than shooting a game animal with a gun. Besides, […]
When a raw duck egg is salted for 20 to 30 days either in a brine or in a paste […]
While frozen green soybeans have become a common grocery item in the US, fresh ones in […]
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