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Pork Sauce Rice, a Taiwanese Snack

I first encountered this Pork Sauce Rice ??? as a snack. It was in a Taiwan night market where I guess there were close to a hundred hawker food stalls. Although it had been ages, I could still recall that my portion of rice was served in a saucer-like bowl with a thin layer of [...]

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  1. Stir-Fried Pork Cubes with Balsamic Vinegar and Orange Sauce
  2. Double Cooked Pork Slices
  3. Fried Ground Pork on Bean Threads

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Chinese Tea Eggs

The delicious and auspicious Chinese tea eggs are enjoyed year round, especially during the Chinese New Year.

Source: http://www.amazing-chinese-food.com/tea-eggs.html

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Tasty Yorkshire Puddings Recipe

If you’re looking for the perfect Yorkshire pudding recipe then look no further. This recipe is simple and easy to follow and you will certainly enjoy these fluffy, crispy Yorkshire puds without a doubt.

Source: http://www.quickfreerecipes.com/tasty-yorkshire-puddings-recipe/

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sexy swedish buns…

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Often when you least expect it Swedish dishes get spanked by the use of really interesting spices Cardamom is the sort of flavour you’d expect to taste in Indian food but they love it in Sweden too Sw…



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In Chengdu, China, Remaking Sichuan Food

A number of restaurants are making the Sichuanese food scene new, reviving forgotten recipes, cooking old dishes with new health-conscious techniques, and applying familiar spices and styles to new ingredients.

Source: http://travel.nytimes.com/2010/11/14/travel/14chengdu-choice.html?partner=rssnyt&emc=rss

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