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Wednesday, 22 September 2010


Jeff C

Kirk, I'm going to be on pins and needles for that recipe for the cabbage Jinan style slaw. That Wo wo tou, I hope you got a recipe for that too.
Oh, I'm so raring to try that wood herb leaf, xiang chun ya. My aunt was trying to grow that in her yard.
Anyways, great post.


i agree with jeff, i'm looking forward to that cabbage recipe too! this entry had me drooling (but that's pretty much every time i read the blog)

Nate @ House of Annie

What amazing and heart warming food you were served! You just don't see this kind of food anywhere else. Quite a unique experience.

Thanks for sharing!


great post with lots to drool over!


Nothing > than family, friends, and good food.

ed (from Yuma)

Again another great China post. I look forward to every one of them. Thanks for sharing -- and thanks to the missus family for sharing also!


Hi Jeffrey - That cabbage salad is extremely easy, and I'm hoping to get to that this week. Sorry to say I didn't get the recipe for the wo-wo tou, but I can ask them if you want me to.

Hi Sawyer - OK, I've got to make time to do that post.

Hi Nate - Yes, you're right.... it was quite an experience.

Thanks Kat!

So true Bill, so true....

Hey Ed - I'm glad you enjoyed the post. I hope you're healing well!


All of those vegetable dishes look delicious. Do you know how the mushrooms and the dish above them were prepared?


what a beautiful array of food.


Hi SK - The pork and mushroom was a sitr fry, and the other dish was green vegetable with canned fish, which was pretty darn good.

Hi Lynnea - It was a grteat variety.

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