Meizhou

can be seen, especially in village orchards. left thumb 100px Pomelos (Image:Citrus maxima0.jpg) right thumb 120px Salt baked chicken (Image:Saltchicken.jpg) Salt baked chicken is one of the most well-known Hakka dishes (Hakka cuisine), which can also be bought in many other cities in China. Another local dish is Yong tau foo (tofu) stuffed with meat), of which it is said that when Hakka people first came to the south, there was no wheat flour to make dumplings so they used

tofu instead. They put meat and some other ingredients into the tofu to create a special taste. This recipe was handed down and became a feature of Hakka cuisine. Other foods including preserved beef and ginger candies are also popular locally. Notable individuals Notable individuals from Meizhou include: *Ye Jianying (1897 1991), painter Gallery

of champions. As for eating street food, no stomach issues so be a little adventurous but if the place is a real dive then maybe stay away. It may gross you out to see them washing the dishes out of a dingy bucket of dirty water. The bigger and better restaurants and hotels have a wider spectrum. Tofu from street vendors and is actually quite good and sort of a distant cousin to scrambled eggs. There are plenty of places doing rice instead of noodles and although that is not much of a stretch


Cirebon

and visitors from other cities, as ''oleh-oleh'' (food souvenirs gift). Cirebon is also known for its local cuisines and delicacies, such as ''empal gentong'' (a kind of meat and offal curry ), ''Mie Koclok'' (chicken noodle soup made from coconut milk ),''Nasi Lengko'' (rice mixed with bean sprouts, fried tofu, fried tempeh, topped with peanut sauce and soy sauce), ''Nasi Jamblang'' (rice of various side dishes), ''tahu gejrot'' (fried tofu with ground garlic, chili

and shallot, topped with thin and sweet soy sauce), ''tahu petis'' (dry fried tofu served with petis dip sauce), ''Tahu Tek-tek'' (fried tofu topped with peanut sauce and mixed with vegetables) and ''ayam panggang'' (barbecue chicken). Another native food is "Docang" (lontong with sour vegetable soup). Tourism 240px thumb right Kraton Kanoman Keraton Kanoman (File:Keraton Kanoman Cirebon.jpg) Cirebon. As one tourist

. Numbering approximately 1.9 million, the Cirebonese are Muslim. The language spoken by the Cirebonese is a mixture of Javanese and Sundanese, with a heavier influence from Javanese. Generally Cirebonese speakers can understand Javanese better than they can Sundanese. * '''Tahu sumedang''': the name derived from Sumedang city, West Java. Pioneered by Tahu Bunkeng tofu store in Sumedang established by Chinese immigrants in 1917.


Zunyi

Noodles." It consists of Douhua which is a type of semi-firm tofu served in a semi-clear soup, long flat wheat noodles and a separate bowl containing preserved meat, spices, oil, soy, vinegre and fresh mint leaves. To eat as the locals do, place the bowl with the noodles and tofu behind the smaller dipping bowl. Pull out some douhua or noodles, dip them liberally in the sauce and then consume. At the end of the meal, finish off the solids in the dip and drink the soup from the douhua

yourself. This dish is representative of Zunyi people who have a love affair with mutton. *'''Dou Hua Mian''' (豆花面): Interestingly named, douhuamian literally means "Bean Flower Noodles." It consists of Douhua which is a type of semi-firm tofu served in a semi-clear soup, long flat wheat noodles and a separate bowl containing preserved meat, spices, oil, soy, vinegar and fresh mint leaves. To eat as the locals do, place the bowl with the noodles and tofu behind the smaller dipping bowl


Sokcho

, that most restaurants sell one squid for. Eat * Sokcho is known for raw fish. It can be quite expensive in restaurants (₩70,000 for two). * '''Sundubu''' (soft tofu) can be found in the streets of the tofu towns such as Sinheung Sundubu and Haksapyeong Sundubu. Made from pure Mt. Seoraksan water and seawater, it's chemincal free, nutritious, tasty and only ₩5,000 in some areas. * Sokcho offers a unique twist to sundae (again, not the eponymous desert) by using squid instead of pork


Changsha

to the Asiatic Fleet that year, which had been reestablished by the Navy to better protect, in the words of the Bureau of Navigation, "American interests in the Orient." After returning to Shanghai in August, she sailed up river again the following summer, passing Wuhu in June but then running aground off Kichau on July 1, 1911. - Changsha-style (Changsha) rice vermicelli 长沙米粉 - Changsha-style (Changsha) stinky tofu 长沙臭豆腐 During the Han dynasty, Zhang Zhongjing, who

of Liang and created Empress Wu's oldest son Li Hong the Prince of Dai crown prince instead. In 1937, when the Second Sino-Japanese War broke out, Zhu followed his university to move to Changsha, Kunming and Chengdu. It was during this time, when Zhu continued teaching in other universities. Mainland China Stinky tofu is made and consumed in different ways in various areas of China. For example, the types of dried stinky tofu made in Changsha and Shaoxing

are both very popular, but they are made with different methods, and the resulting flavors are very different. The most famous shop for stinky tofu in Changsha, Huo Gong Dian, makes the tofu with yellow soybeans marinated in seasoning. The stinky tofu sold in Tianjin is mostly made in the Nanjing style, with a mild aroma. In Shanghai, stinky tofu is fried and sold on streets, typically served with a spicy or sweet sauce. It is also served as a condiment to Congee, a kind of rice


Luang Namtha

and reasonably priced. Try the peanut Jaeow with sticky rice and vegetables, which is a savoury, herbaceous dip. The fried tofu and vegetables with red curry is very good as well. *


Pingdingshan

Sheep"''' (of Inner Mongolia) and '''Qingma''' (of Chongqing) are both located on north Guangming road. Both are good standard hot pot places just more expensive than an authentic one. To live cheap, there are '''''RouJiaMo''''' - stuffed breadrolls which are very soul-foodish, comforting and delicious. The stuffing ranges from pork and sprouts to tofu, onion and green pepper. Any one can be picked up for about ¥2 and your chances of getting a good mix are very high. You can


Chaozhou

, stomach, tongue, blood cubes (blood as food), as well as pork meat slices, strips of salted vegetables, Chinese lettuce and a sprinkle of chopped onion leaves and pepper. Side dishes include braised tofu puffs, and eggs and salted vegetables sometime are served. The meal is usually served with a special chili sauce or soy sauce with chopped hot chili

, tongue, blood cubes (blood as food), as well as pork meat slices, strips of salted vegetables, Chinese lettuce and a sprinkle of chopped onion leaves and pepper. Side dishes include braised tofu puffs, and eggs and salted vegetables sometime are served. The meal is usually served with a special chili sauce or soy sauce with chopped hot chili. ;Teochew 21


Jinghong

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