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Which dish best represents your hometown?

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as a Guizhou person, I think the most representative of Guizhou is broken ears, silk dolls and old godmother . Many people are very familiar with the old godmother. I’m afraid it’s a little strange to fold the ear root in half. As an ingredient, the ear root is a good partner for fried potato. It seems that you can see its shadow in the streets silk doll is also very famous in Guizhou. Just hearing the name, I think the food will be very good

broken ear root, also known as Houttuynia cordata , is a good health food and has its medicinal value. Many people from other provinces come to Guizhou and can see the shadow of the root of the ear everywhere. Many people are not used to eating. They feel like grass roots for the first time, just like chewing wax. However, people who have stayed for a period of time will also be fascinated by folding their ears. Broken ear root is a common condiment in Yunnan, Guizhou and Sichuan. It can be used as a cold dish or fried

speaking of my hometown, I still think Shuicheng mutton powder is particularly famous , as long as Shuicheng mutton powder is mentioned, it can represent my hometown. Liupanshui’s Shuicheng mutton powder is particularly famous in several neighboring provinces. Anyway, once you go out of your hometown, you won’t be afraid of not eating the food of your hometown. As long as you stay in your province, you won’t be afraid of not eating this kind of Shuicheng mutton powder

it’s always warm for everyone to eat the dishes outside their hometown. However, with the progress of the times, the once hometown dishes have become less and less, and the once taste can’t be eaten. Every year when we go home, my mother will cook us a lot of hometown dishes, a big table of dishes, slowly full of memories

braised spareribs in Wuxi, pork chops of 1 kg, ginger slices of 1 large piece, shredded scallions of appropriate amount, star anise of 2 grains, cinnamon 1 piece

1. Wash and cut the spareribs into sections, put them into the pot, boil them in boiling water with ginger slices and wine, blanch them for 3 minutes, remove them, and wash them with clean water

2. Fry yellow in the oil pan and fry again after picking it up

3. Stir shallots, ginger and garlic in the frying pan, stir fry the ribs together, and then add water soaked in noodles, spices, 3 tablespoons of soy sauce, monosodium glutamate, 1 piece of sugar (or granulated sugar), 1 tablespoon of wine, 2-3 tablespoons of Zhenjiang vinegar (I didn’t put vinegar, but put some ketchup). After boiling, change to low heat

4. Simmer for about 40 minutes, wait until the juice is thick and the meat is soft, and turn off the fire. It’s the best

of course, the first choice is Wuwei salted duck. It’s delicious and delicious. It’s fragrant and tender. You must eat it every time you go back to your hometown. You will also buy some as a gift when you leave. It’s one of the famous Anhui foods on the tip of your tongue. You must taste it

the second is Anhui smelly Ganzi. When asked, it tastes smelly and delicious. Mix some sesame oil. You can have porridge as a side dish for breakfast or fry it with green pepper and chrysanthemum. It’s refreshing and appetizing

these dishes below represent my hometown

1. Zhucheng barbecue is a unique famous snack in Zhucheng, Weifang City, Shandong Province. Weifang cities in Shandong Province are famous for making roast meat. It is said that it began in the middle of the Ming Dynasty and adopted the secret diet recipe of the court of the Ming Dynasty. So far, it has a history of more than 600 years

2. Masong cake Masong cake is a traditional pasta from Masong (now Yingqiu town), Changle County, Shandong Province, so it is called Masong cake. As for when it originated, it is impossible to study because it lasted for a long time. According to legend, located in the middle of Shandong Peninsula, Changle Masong was the only place for scholars from southeast Shandong to go to Beijing for the examination in the early Qing Dynasty. In ancient times, people who went to Beijing for the examination mostly walked. After a long journey, it took more than a month to reach their destination. Due to the advantages of easy to carry, long storage time and digestion resistance, marsong cake is deeply loved by all parties

3. Chicken duck and music chicken duck and music is a characteristic traditional famous food in Weifang, Shandong Province. It is said that it originated in Shanxi and Shaanxi, and then spread to Weifang through Beijing. It evolved from the “river drain” in history. Weifang people have improved this by replacing buckwheat flour with wheat, and adding chicken and duck meat, “Han meat” and halogen with small seasoning. It is homonymous with period and named “hele”, because the halogen is mainly chicken and duck, The “chicken, duck,

4, mustard and chicken Mustard” is a traditional dish made in chicken and mustard and other condiments in Weifang, Shandong. 5. The meat of Weifang is the traditional snack of Shandong Weifang, and the meat of the Weifang is the name of the outsiders. The local people in Weifang are called the old Wei County meat fire. They are most famous for the “Town God’s Temple Meat fire”.

Zhucheng barbecue


1. Pig’s feet powder

in Yuanling, from children to the elderly, no one grew up eating this pig’s feet powder. Yuanling breakfast shops can be seen everywhere, and each breakfast shop basically has pig’s feet powder. Without entering the store, you can smell the smell of stewed pig feet outside. Self made rice noodles with pig feet. It’s great to have some special chili, OMG

2. Dengzhanwo

dengzhanwo is named because it looks like an oil lamp. It’s packed with vegetables. There is also one with the lamp nest, including sugar and mung beans. Commonly known as oil Baba. I remember when I was in primary school, every time I passed by the oil pan at the gate of the campus, I couldn’t help buying one or two to satisfy my greed. There are a variety of dishes in dengzhanwo, including yellow pepper, pickled cabbage, radish, shrimp, tofu, etc. every time you stand by the oil pan, watch the golden oil Baba turn around in the pan, smell the frying smell, and you can’t help swallowing

3. Artemisia Baba

this is another kind of food that has to be mentioned. The main material is glutinous rice powder, and then add wormwood juice. The color of glutinous rice is green. Then wrap bacon, dried pork and so on. You can wrap whatever you like. Artemisia seed Baba won’t feel greasy, but it’s still a little sweet. And there are many benefits of eating Artemisia seed Baba, because Artemisia seed juice has the effect of clearing away heat and detoxification, so Artemisia seed Baba is a delicious and beneficial food

4. Spicy beef jerky

spicy beef jerky is a traditional food with local characteristics in Yuanling, with a production and processing history of nearly 1000 years. In order to develop local traditional food, enterprises under the jurisdiction of Yuanling town combine modern food processing technology with traditional production technology through cooperation with relevant food scientific research departments. The spicy beef jerky produced is more delicious and delicious. The products have a high reputation in the market and sell well in 20 provinces and cities across the country

5. Solanum lyratum

Solanum lyratum is a traditional characteristic food in Yuanling, Hunan, the birthplace of Chinese traditional dragon boats. It has a history of more than 300 years since the late Ming Dynasty and the early Qing Dynasty. The dried orchid must be made of high-quality fresh pig hind leg meat, which is shaped, sliced, pickled with salt
, cooking wine, white sugar, pepper and other natural spices for a period of time, and baked with smokeless charcoal. The finished product is glossy and red, smells fragrant and has an endless aftertaste. It is the first choice for Yuanling people to eat, drink and send relatives and friends

6. Yuanling crisp sugar

traditional food in Yuanling County. According to legend, it has been produced in the middle of the Ming Dynasty and has a production history of more than 500 years. It is refined with local sesame as the main raw material, mixed with maltose, durian crude sugar, peanut oil and flour. It is fragrant, sweet and crisp, rich in nutrition, and has the functions of moistening the lung and helping digestion. With an annual output of 150000 kg, the products sell well all over the country and are deeply welcomed by customers

7. Glutinous rice pepper

glutinous rice pepper. After the pepper is hollowed out, put it into glutinous rice and store it in a jar. Steamed and eaten, it doesn’t taste spicy, but it tastes good

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