Li Anlan

Feature Reporter
And the Oscar for your favorite snack goes to … - Taste in China
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And the Oscar for your favorite snack goes to …

Popcorn is the greatest movie snack, but it isn't the only option.
Something in the blood when the heat is on - Taste in China
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Something in the blood when the heat is on

Summer may seem to be the wrong season for hot and spicy food, but one hotpot brand is attracting numerous diners who aren't afraid of the heat – Tan Ya Xue duck blood hotpot.
Rice cakes well worth the wait - Taste in China
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Rice cakes well worth the wait

Humble rice cakes are trending in Shanghai.
Cinnamon sticks' sweet surprise - Taste in China
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Cinnamon sticks' sweet surprise

Cinnamon, the aromatic condiment made from tree bark, is an intriguing spice in both Chinese and Western cuisine.
Keeping it simple brings optimal joy to the culinary spring season - Taste in China
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Keeping it simple brings optimal joy to the culinary spring season

Spring is about sampling fresh produce, from delicious bamboo shoots to broad beans, sweet peas and fish. Eating light and healthy is always an effortless joy.
China has its own take on burgers and burritos - Taste in China
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China has its own take on burgers and burritos

Many cuisines have their own versions of the burger with bread, vegetables and proteins combined as one. Across China, different baked buns with fillings are enjoyed every day.
Motor-themed eateries sure to rev up your taste buds - Taste in China
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Motor-themed eateries sure to rev up your taste buds

With Shanghai's premier F1 race approaching, here's a look at restaurants which celebrate the need for speed while serving up delicious dishes.
Not just a treat for the pandas - Taste in China
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Not just a treat for the pandas

Fresh, tender and crunchy, bamboo shoots are pandas' favorite food. They are also among the most celebrated spring delicacies for people across China.
Hot green snack worth the wait - Taste in China
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Hot green snack worth the wait

Qingtuan is the hottest food in town these days, and there are good reasons to stand for hours in long lines to buy this freshly made seasonal treat.

This woman's place is indeed in the kitchen - Taste in China
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This woman's place is indeed in the kitchen

Simple and unadorned. That's how chef Chen Na describes her cooking. She is perhaps too modest to add that the food is simply delicious.
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