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Bao Zai Fan (Clay Hot Pot Rice)

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Bao Zai Fan is to steam the rice is a clay hot pot. It is the traditional Cantonese cate. The style of the hot pot rice can reached as much as more than twenty, such as Chinese sausage, ground pork, preserved pork etc.

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Sticky Rice in Lotus Leaf

Sticky Rice in Lotus Leaf by Cantonese is "Lo Mai Gai" and by mandarin is "Nuo Mi Ji". You can also pronounce it as "Nor My Guy", and then remember this interesting name.It is a kind of southern Chinese food, especially in Guangdong Province and loved by Cantonese.

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Cantonese Moon Cake

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Having moon cake is the traditional activity in mid-autumn festival (mid-autumn day). Everywhere of China will have moon cake that day and as well as every Chinese no mater at home or abroad just like people having zongzi in dragon boat festival.

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Jizaibing

jizaibing

The old name of Jizaibing is "Xiaofengbing". An oil-baked biscuit is stuffed with pork, sugar, melon and olive seeds, and is to be eaten warm, with its crust a light golden color.It is said this biscuit was created by a workingwoman in Qing Dynasty.

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Guangzhou Shaomai

Guangzhou-shaomai

Shumai (simplified Chinese: 烧卖; traditional Chinese: 燒賣; pinyin: shāomài), also romanized as siu mai or shaomai, also called pork dumplings (although often other types of dumplings could also be filled with pork), is a type of traditional Chinese dumpling served as dim sum.

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