Li Anlan

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Please don't mind the stench: the heady delights of stinky snails - Taste in China
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Please don't mind the stench: the heady delights of stinky snails

Famous for its pungent smell and spicy taste, luosifen is an age-old delicacy from southern China.

Sinfully sweet treats that make you feel alive - Taste in China
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Sinfully sweet treats that make you feel alive

They may not add years to your life, but traditional Chinese sweets will make you happy and deliver a spring in your step.
From kindergarten to college it's back to school season - District in China
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From kindergarten to college it's back to school season

It's time for students to hit the books again. After school programs are benefiting students and parents. Dragon boat races teach university students the true meaning of teamwork.
The carb-lovers' paradise: 'heaven of carbohydrates' in Shaanxi - Taste in China
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The carb-lovers' paradise: 'heaven of carbohydrates' in Shaanxi

If carbs are your thing, Shaanxi Province is your place.Take a break from your diet and satiate your palate with thick noodles topped with sizzling chili oil.
Food for fall has it all: fall food from farmers, fishermen - Taste in China
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Food for fall has it all: fall food from farmers, fishermen

Say farewell to melons and outdoor barbecues, and hello to squash, crabs and pomegranates. Now is the time for taste sensations that will make you forget about summer.
Give a hoot for root vegetables: perfect root veggies any time of year - Taste in China
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Give a hoot for root vegetables: perfect root veggies any time of year

Staples of Chinese cooking, root vegetables such as carrots and radishes are versatile, inexpensive and chock full of nutritional benefits.
Burger Month a sinful celebration for carnivores - Taste in China
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Burger Month a sinful celebration for carnivores

Craving a juicy burger? Shanghai Burger Month has you covered.
Hot and steamy, extra healthy: steaming toward better food & health - Taste in China
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Hot and steamy, extra healthy: steaming toward better food & health

Cooking with steam is of quintessential importance in Chinese cuisine. In fact, an entire meal can be created in a steamer – from starters to entrees to desserts.
The flexible and delectable walnut: not just good, good for you - Taste in China
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The flexible and delectable walnut: not just good, good for you

As one of the world's largest producers of walnuts, it's no surprise this multi-purpose nut is one of China's favorites.
The color black is where it's at: more to black food than meets the eye - Taste in China
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The color black is where it's at: more to black food than meets the eye

It's time to give black a break. Even if it's not the most appetizing color, black-hued foods are a mainstay of Chinese culinary culture.
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