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Tastes of traditional delicacy in China.
In the Chinese cultural, hot pot is a type of foods that represents a sense of group activity. Family members and friends gather together not only to eat hot pot but also to enjoy the quality time with each other. People would sit around a round table and have a pot of boiling soup in the center. Everybody has the access to each ingredient and is free to cook whatever he/she desires any time and simply dip it into the pot and wait till it’s done. As a result hot pot has already become one of the delicacies people must have in special occasions as well as in ordinary meet ups.
Besides the cities in China, 80+1 also wishes to show Linzers one of the most representative eating cultures of Chinese people. Consequently to cook Chinese hot pot along with Austrian fondue, which shares similarities with the Chinese chafing, for people in Linz can provide them a more complete picture of what China is like.More →
We will see how the smell of Chinese Hot Pot is blown from Beijing to Linz.More →
Let’s sing Karaoke tonight in the main square of Linz!More →
Discovering the fun in Chinese tea making.More →
Al Razzaque Restaurant is a famous restaurant in Bangshal, old Dhaka as well as in Dhaka city. It is luxurious hotel and restaurant in old Dhaka. The restaurant is very familiar for the delicious Bangla taste and local traditional foods. Every day lots of people come to eat, particularly the businessmen who come in old Dhaka for their business purposes.More →
Last month, the French postal service, known simply as La Poste, released a limited-edition set of stamps that yes, smell like chocolate.
They cost the same price of a normal 0,56€ French stamp, or you can get a sheet of…More →
Najira bazaar is located nearby Dhaka medical college, Gulistan and Bango Bazaar in old Dhaka. There are restaurant, stationary, groceries, confectionary, vegetable- fish –meat &fruits shops, and other many shops are available beside the road of Najira bazaar.More →
Since their humble beginnings in Los Angeles in the 1960s and 1970s, taco trucks have long become a culinary staple of California and increasingly of the entire United States. They offer up cheap food (almost always selling nothing that costs more…More →
On Sunday afternoon I attended a volunteer organized event titled “Evolver Town Hall”. Gathering in the St. Mark’s Church on the Bowery in New York City, the event spilled out into the adjoining courtyards with workshops, panel discussions, art and…More →
Telegraph cheese beat writer Henry Samuel brings us the delicious news that the US has finally agreed to drop its 300 percent tariff on the traditional French blue cheese.More →
Sure, Twitter will let you know when your chocolate croissant is ready, but do you know where your food came from? “In response to the global food crisis, wealthy countries — mostly in the Middle East and North Africa, but also…More →
In what just might be the most clever use of Twitter that I’ve ever seen, a London outfit has just come up with a small little hardware device that can combine one of the oldest of traditions — bread-making —…More →