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    How to Make Youtiao, Chinese Doughnuts, the Fried Breadsticks Recipe

    Today let’s learn to cook youtiao! Youtiao (said yo-tee-ow) are also called Chinese doughnuts or fried breadsticks. The ingredients are fairly simple—flour, baking powder, baking soda, sugar, salt, and water—but the process is quite time consuming. It can take up to 9 hours. But regardless, the results are priceless.

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    【美食天堂 Food Paradise】超熱門紐約街頭小吃, 不能說的秘密! The Halal Guys|郝毅博 Ben Hedges 老外看中國 |

    包羅萬象的紐約,像台灣一樣也有很多街頭小吃。不過你一定想不到,每天都大排長龍的路­邊攤,是一家穆斯林的清真食物,他更是紐約雞肉飯的始祖哦,到紐約的朋友們可以跟嘉義­雞肉飯比較看看囉!

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    Relishing a Chinese ‘Char Siu’ Rack of Spareribs Recipe

     

    Of the medley of meats savored across the world, spareribs may be among the most inexpensive cut—but when slow cooked, they give a flavor that’s rich and a texture that’s heavenly.

     

    Southern-style spareribs are held up as a scrumptious staple of family barbecues in America. And though different recipes abound—as do

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    【美食天堂 Food Paradise】美國紐約最好吃的平價漢堡 Shake Shack

     

    到紐約如果沒吃過這家Shake Shack漢堡店,就不要說你來過紐約!用奶油烤過的麵包,搭配100﹪認證過的安格­斯牛肉,再加上融化的香濃起司,一口咬下,淚牛滿面~~

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    Cinderella’s Shoes Shaped Duck Dumplings Dim Sum Recipe 鴨肉餃子

     

    Plenty of stories are told around dining tables and food that unite us. As a Chinese-American, oftentimes the magic element that brings us together is the dumpling.

     

    Since I was a little child, my family has gathered around the dining table and made dumplings. The sounds of chitchat and laughter filtered

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    【美食天堂 Food Paradise】美國紐約名人最愛的啪啪牛肉三明治 Katz Delicatessen

    紐約百年老店KATZ的牛肉三明治,聽說連台灣國賓飯店大主廚都遠赴此地考察!他百年­不敗的經典三明治PASTRAMI到底有多好吃呢?想像一下牛肉融化在嘴中的滋味,超­級難忘~

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    Tom Yum Soup, Travel to Thailand with a 10 Minutes Recipe

     

    The daily Thai table is traditionally laden with dishes. But when I grew up Thailand, the center of attention when we went out was always the pot of steaming hot Tom Yum soup.

     

    My uncle would ladle the soup into small bowls for everyone. Some of us couldn’t wait and jumped

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