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A Brief Introduction About Chinese Food Culture

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from Meetup

Sydney,Australia

Welcome to Chopsticks & Chat – a group dedicated to Chinese food, language and culture. We enjoy Chinese cuisine from different parts of China, chat and practice speaking Mandarin and explore Chinese

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Chinese Gardens in Singapore by Dittekarina

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from Slate Magazine

If You Want to Order Good Chinese Food, You Should Stop Thinking of It as “Chinese Food”

On matters of taste, Eastern and Western palates have not always agreed. The historian Andrew Coe relays an amusing first account of an American eating Chinese food in his book Chop Suey: A Cultural History of Chinese Food in the United States: A Salem, Massachusetts...how to order at a Chinese restaurant.

Neon Chinese Food "Open" Sign http://www.flickr.com/photos/mag3737/1914612902/

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Chinese Food Vocabulary: 15 Famous Dimsum Dishes You Oughta Know | plus a little bit of Chinese food culture and history

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An illustrated history of Americanized Chinese food. Find out how orange chicken and take-out containers rose to prominence in American popular culture.

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Anything that’s battered or marked as "crispy" on the menu means it’s deep-fried. Watch out for starters such as prawn crackers and spring rolls, because these are generally deep-fried. Anything in batter will be high in fat. Sweet and sour pork is usually battered. Steamed dishes are the best option, but stir-fries are fine because they're usually lower in fat and include vegetables. Healthier options: crab and corn soup, steamed du…

Free Editable Chinese food menu writing frames! 2 styles

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