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Jeannette @ Wok & Kin Nov 27
This Baked Pork Chop Rice is a Hong Kong classic! Egg rice, seared pork and rich tomato sauce under gooey cheese makes a divine fusion experience! Recipe 👉
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Jeannette @ Wok & Kin Nov 26
Our Braised Chicken with Mushrooms, Black Fungus and Lily Flowers ensures tender wings. It tops the list for best Cantonese comfort food! Recipe 👉
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Fan since 1962 Nov 22
Replying to @Jakes3L
We aren't not doing anything but I'm thankful she is home
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Home Dish Nov 22
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Academic Mentor Team UG Medicine Dundee Nov 25
Over the last 3 weeks we have hosted several Coffee & Blethers sessions for year 1 medical students. Its great to hear how they are all doing in their new accommodation and cooking for themselves. Lots of shared recipes too
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Peter Bronski Nov 19
Just what the taste buds ordered tonight: Chinese-style chicken lettuce wraps. 😋 Get the recipe in Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking.
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WowYauChow Nov 20
It’s - we do recommend you get your orders in early to avoid any disappointment as there are a limited number of slots available for each evening. Order by heading to
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Scott Lawrence Nov 20
Replying to @guytustin @MrDBerger
A Kugel is nice. We're partial to XO Good luck, Bubbe.
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Katrina Nov 19
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Jeannette @ Wok & Kin Nov 20
This is a Lotus Root Soup that's comforting and easy to make. It's super light with vegetables simmered in a garlic and ginger infused stock! Recipe 👉
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Tamisan Latherow Nov 19
Random piece of knowledge for today: potato leaves are poisonous (this I already knew), but sweet potato leaves are not! You can eat them raw or cooked. Thank you random Chinese cooking video for expanding my agricultural and cooking knowledge!
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Matt Bossons Nov 22
A culinary dream of mine was put into play yesterday when I visited 's hand-pulled noodles training base and learned how to craft one of my favorite Chinese dishes! (Yes, I know my mask is lopsided)
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drvcrash Nov 20
Batch of charsiu for tonight @ Undisclosed Location
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Jessica Lee Nov 22
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Mayflower Nov 26
Give your meal some love 😍 Give your meal some Mayflower. - Try one of our sauces today. Available now at various stores 🏪 including -
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Great Tastes of China Nov 25
Shaobing, or baked flatbread, is a favorite treat for people living in Jinan, the capital of province. Shaobing is simple food made with flour and sesame, and the locals usually eat it with different side dishes and sauces.
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Fred Schuck Nov 22
This explains why I die every time I eat an entire order of beef and broccoli with pork fried rice.
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Great Tastes of China Nov 19
You should definitely try cuisine at least once in your lifetime! The cuisine features fresh ingredients, delicate preparation techniques and a perfect balance of salty and sweet. Here are some of the province's iconic and delicious dishes.
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Kaypackaging Nov 22
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Elyse Ribbons 柳素英 Nov 19
I was very excited to treat myself to some dumplings and spicy shaanxi burgers for lunch 🥙❤️🥟
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