Lanzhou dishes are representative of Gansu cuisine, which features the roasting, steaming, and braising of beef and mutton. Lanzhou people enjoy many tastes including salty, fresh, tart, and spicy.
Villagers make Tenggeng, a traditional snack made of rice, in the Sizhai village of Zhuji city, east China's Zhejiang province. The local villagers has the tradition of making Tenggeng in winter.
Henan cuisine, also known as Yu cuisine, has the accolade of being one of China's most traditional and oldest cooking styles. As the representative of culinary civilization of Central China, Henan cuisine has preserved traditions and made great innovations.
The cuisine of Guizhou, known as Qian Cuisine is one of China's eight famous cuisines. It is called Qian Cuisine because Qian is the Chinese short name for Guizhou province. Guizhou Cuisine is spicy like Sichuan Cuisine, but that is where the similarities end.
The Hebei Cuisine (also known as Ji Cuisine) Family has three branches, Middle and South Hebei Cuisine, Chengde Summer Resort Royal Cuisine and East Beijing Seafood Cuisine. Middle and South Hebei Cuisine is the most typical cuisine of Hebei and is primarily based upon Baoding dishes.
As Christmas trees warm the capital's chilly ambience with a soft glow, it is now time for a seasonal hankering for customary dishes.One East, located on the second floor of Hilton Beijing, has a delicious offering until the end of the month - a chocolate set menu.
Yunnan province with its mild climate and abundant rainfall is home to a large variety of plant and animal species, making the ingredients used in Yunnan cuisine very diverse. Yunnan Cuisine, often referred to as Dian cuisine, has its own unique style because of its geographic location.
Stay warm this winter with some old-fashioned home cooking, Chinese-style that is. The variety of leafy vegetables available in the north during the winter months is certainly limited. However, big cabbage, white turnips, green turnips, red turnips and leeks can be easily found on market stands around Beijing.
City hotel lays out a buffet that can satisfy the cravings of any Valentine As the city warms up for the season of renewal, Valentine's Day signals a chance for Beijing's hearts to blossom too. It seems reasonable that located in the heart of the city's thriving Central Business District is Ritz-Carlton Beijing.
Baoqin Daiwei Restaurant is one of many ethnic selections near Minzu University, but the cuisine, native to the Dai minority of Yunnan province, stands out for its light, tropical, but dynamic flavors.
To truly taste authentic Hong Kong food, luxurious hotels are not necessary and neither are the expensive shark fins and abalones. Sometimes you will find your favorite dishes just around the corner of a common street.
Valentine's Day is that one day in the year when you can shower love and chocolates on that significant other, following a tradition that goes back as far as the ancient civilizations of South America.