China In 50 Dishes showcases the country’s classic cuisine in all of its salty, spicy, sour, bitter and sweet glory.
From noodles to dim sum to desserts, we take you on a mouthwatering tour of 50 different types of Chinese food, talking about their origins, how they are prepared and a few of the best places to enjoy them.
First on the menu is an introduction of the Four “Great” Cuisines of China: Shandong cuisine or lu cai, from the north; Sichuan cuisine or chuan cai for the western regions; Huaiyang cuisine from the eastern coast; and Cantonese cuisine or yue cai from the south. After that there is a selection of dishes from each culinary style, plus an extra category for favourites that originate from other parts of China, including Yunnan, Dongbei, Hunan and Xinjiang.
Happy reading – and happy eating!
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