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Shanghai's weirdest foods

Shanghai's weirdest foods | History of Chinese Food | Scoop.it
Bees, sea worms and pig's tail: Just a few of the odd eats we tracked down round Shanghai
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These are some seriously odd things to eat.  Of course, in the U.S.A. we eat some odd things too.  Fried pig skin, cow tongue, liver...need I say more?

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Chinese food market

The main difference from street shopping and shopping in Tesco/Carrefour in china is first, you do not have any cart, second, there is no roof, third, they d...
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Yue Cuisine, Canton Cuisine, Cantonese Food

Yue Cuisine, Canton Cuisine, Cantonese Food | History of Chinese Food | Scoop.it
Cantonese Cuisine is the culinary style of Guangdong Province, which is characterized by their tender and slightly sweet taste.
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Depending on where you are in China, the types of cuisine can vary greatly.  Read about many regional cuisines here.

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The Food Timeline: history notes--Asian-American cuisine

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Food Timeline: history notes--Asian American
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This is mostly about the history of Chinese foods in America. Interesting to learn that early restaurants had seperate menus for Chinese vs. American customers.

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History of Chinese cuisine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

History of Chinese cuisine

The history of Chinese cuisine goes shallow into history and is marked by both variety and change. The archeologist and scholar K.C. Chang says "Chinese people are especially preoccupied with food" and "food is at the center of, or at least it accompanies or symbolizes, many social interactions."

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Read about how Chinese food was different for each of many dynasties throughout Chinese history.

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SAGMart Restaurants's comment, April 7, 2015 8:17 AM
wow what a lie!!!!!!! huge clap dude.No disrespect
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Eight Regional Variations of Chinese Cuisine

Eight Regional Variations of Chinese Cuisine | History of Chinese Food | Scoop.it
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Think everything is Chinese food? Learn how food are different depending on where a person lives in China.

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Shi Chen's curator insight, April 10, 2015 9:35 AM

really missing Chinese food! 

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Chinese food market

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5 misconceptions about Cantonese food

5 misconceptions about Cantonese food | History of Chinese Food | Scoop.it
Giant wontons, only foreigners eat sweet and sour pork, dining table etiquette and other fallacies explained
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Do Americans really eat Chinese foods? Find out in this short article that confirms or refutes some popular myths about Cantonese cooking.

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Chinese Food History, Chinese Cooking Videos and Chinese Food Recipes

Chinese Food History, Chinese Cooking Videos and Chinese Food Recipes | History of Chinese Food | Scoop.it
The Evolution of Historic Chinese Food
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Thisl blog has a wide range of information about Chinese foods.

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Ashley Allen-Walkes's curator insight, November 21, 2013 10:54 AM

Chinese is both one of our options and it tastes very good and we find it very enjoying.