Lanzhou beef noodle is a signature food in Lanzhou, northwest China's Gansu Province. Just like people from the southeast coast of China who is used to having dim sum in the morning, people from Lanzhou wake up early in order to have a bowl of steaming-hot beef noodles.
100 Ways to Drool | Chaotian Pot: A way to savor the taste of Shandong
The Chaotian Pot, a hot-pot dish originated in the folk morning market in Weifang, Shandong Province in northern China, has a history dating back to the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty and is related to Zheng Banqiao.
100 Ways To Drool｜Unmissable bold flavor: Chongqing Hotpot
Chongqing, the hotpot capital of China, owns a hotpot restaurant almost every 200 meters on average. Chongqing people have a bold and vigorous temperament, and they have even set a Guinness World Record for enjoying hotpot with 1,000 people. Whether it's midday under the blazing sun or dawn in the dim lights, the smell of spicy butter hotpot is always wafting down the street, attracting local diners for a feast. What's a better way to enjoy authentic hotpot than Sudoku Hotpot? Watch the video and start the journey to satisfy your taste bud.
100 Ways To Drool｜Chewy delicacy Harbin Toast Cold Noodles
Toast Cold Noodles is a local specialty in northeast China. The white pastry is fried on a metal plate and brushed with a secret sauce that makes it spicy with a chewy touch. To the Northeasterners, a delicious Toast Cold Noodles stall is like a home away home. In this episode, we will take you to a snack bar frequented by Harbin people to taste authentic northeastern Toast Cold Noodles.
100 Ways To Drool｜Nature's gift: Yunnan's wild mushroom
Every year from the rainy season to the beginning of autumn, the rain not only brings coolness to the Yunnan Plateau but also brings a gift from the mountains - wild mushrooms. People walked into the wild mushroom market, approaching piles of colorful, different-looking wild mushrooms, eager to enjoy the annual feast to tickle their taste buds. The residents of Yunnan firmly believe that it would be a year's regret if they do not eat the wild mushrooms during the mushroom season.
100 Ways To Drool｜Juicy delicacy Shanghai Xiaolongbao
When it comes to Shanghai's symbols, apart from the three giant buildings on the Bund and Nanjing Road's prosperity, Xiaolongbao is also a unique feature of Shanghai.
100 Ways To Drool｜Guangzhou, a city immersed in sweet dream of Tong Sui
During summertime in Guangzhou, you can smell muggy weather in the air while the whole city is shadowed by flourishing green trees. When you wander around historic veranda, you can glimpse a beam of afternoon sunlight playing hide and seek. Nothing could compare with a bowl of frozen dessert at this time.
100 Ways To Drool｜Beijing's fermented mung bean juice
As the saying goes, "You can't spell Beijing's traditional snacks without fermented mung bean juice." For many local people in Beijing, this is a symbol of their unique cuisine and culture, and also what distinguishes locals from non-locals.
100 Ways To Drool｜HK's Yum Cha Culture
Hong Kong is a city where the East meets West. After centuries of cultural inheritance, its tea-drinking culture still brings fragrance and a human touch to people in the hustle and bustle. Gradually, HK's tea culture has become a local specialty, distinguished, unique, and one of a kind. Watch the video and begin the exploration into the Yum Cha culture.