Lijin is one of the ancient counties in Dongying City, with a history of more than 800 years. Close to the Yellow River and well-known for its various local delicacies, Lijin owns the most representative intangible cultural heritage of Shandong Province: Lijin Pan-fried Bun.
Manchu–Han Imperial Feast, or Comprehensive Manchu–Han Banquet, refers to a style of cooking and a type of grand banquet that combined elements of Manchu and Han's Chinese cuisine developed in the Qing dynasty of China.
The ancient capital of Xi'an not only has historical and cultural resources such as the Terracotta Army, the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, the Small Wild Goose Pagoda and the Daming Palace, but also has an endless number of traditional cuisines. Among all the delicacies in Xi'an, beef and lamb paomo is the best. Unlike other delicacies, this is a dish that requires both the diner and the chef. The diner has to break the bun into pieces and send it to the kitchen for the chef to cook. Watch the video to discover the most authentic way of enjoying this unique dish.
With over 1,000 years of history, the famous cuisine of roast duck has taken root in Beijing and become the symbol of this city. Founded in 1864, Quanjude is a traditional restaurant that attracts diners from all over the world. Many of them choose Quanjude not only for its authentic taste but for the nostalgic memories of the good old days that it carries. Watch the video to enjoy the one-of-a-kind Peking roast duck.
In winter, Harbin is turned into a silver world filled with snow. The snow wraps Harbin tightly and decorates it into a dream-like world of ice and snow. Harbin's fried popsicles is a unique delicacy consisting of various vibes of the city. As a legendary dish, it has a crispy wrap on the outside and sweet fillings on the inside. Watch the video and get a combined taste of ice and fire.
Hainan is in the tropics, so the coconut trees full of countless rich fruits are planted everywhere in this city. As a flavorful food, coconut becomes a unique Hainan delicacy when it is boiling with Wenchang Chicken.
The spicy soup is a traditional snack in Luoyang, Central China's Henan Province, and one of the most popular breakfast choices in the city. It contains beef, mutton, or pork, with gluten, vermicelli, shallots, ginger, and eggs, and adds many other ingredients, such as starch, pepper powder, spicy powder, salt, cooking wine, chicken essence, thick bone soup, vinegar, and sesame oil. However, the vegetables in the soup differ from one restaurant to another. In winter, a bowl of hot spicy soup will keep you warm.
Zhoucun sesame seed cake is a traditional snack in Zibo, Shandong Province of China, and got its name because it was originally produced in Zhoucun. It originated in the Han Dynasty and developed in the late Qing Dynasty. It was once famous as a tribute in the imperial palace. Listening to the story of Liaozhai (Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio), drinking a cup of fragrant tea, and eating a piece of Zhoucun sesame seed cake become the best option for many young people. Watch the video and find out why this snack is so popular.
Guangxi Province is a mecca for rice-noodle-lovers in China. Luosifen (Liuzhou river snails rice noodles) is a popular dish from Liuzhou, renowned for its unusual, pungent flavor. Some people say it has a strange smell, while others think it is fresh and fragrant. It can be used for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a late-night snack for Liuzhou locals.
Luzhu Huoshao (Pork entrail stew with bread) is one of the most well-known traditional Beijing street foods. Long considered a luxury, the cuisine is especially prevalent in Beijing. The main ingredients are pork, pork lung, pork intestines, pork liver, tofu, and some may add fermented bean curd or chives sauce. It is served with bing bread.
Dubbed as the Ice City, Harbin in North China was just a small fishing village over a century ago. After the construction of the Chinese Eastern Railway, accompanied by the clattering sound of the railroad tracks hitting the railroad ties, the East and the West collided and a city of oriental and western coexistence began to emerge.
After 300 years of inheritance, Yunnan crossing-the-bridge rice noodles is now a National Intangible Cultural Heritage of China. This famous snack originated in Mengzi, a small city in southern Yunnan, China, known as "Mengzi crossing-the-bridge rice noodles." In Mengzi, people of all ages and both sexes have a particular fondness for crossing-the-bridge rice noodles.