The arrangement of the dress, the shape and type of headgear, were both main signs of your social status. The cooking of the old Chinese way is still a mystery to us, because we have no clue what were the recipes to their food. The food of Hangchow does not seem that much different than the modern day Chinese food though. The only difference that they have concluded is that the Hangchow food choices varied more than the food of the Modern day Chinese. Many restaurants in Hangchow specialized in certain types of dishes; some of these were sweet soya soup, pig cooked in ashes, fish soup, and rice served with mutton.
Thanksgiving and Christmas are both holidays when people show lots of concern and compassion for others. Even though there are many similarities between the two, they also have lots of differences. Traditions and the seasons are two main areas that differ when comparing and contrasting. Christmas and Thanksgiving are similar in the sense that they both have traditional holiday feasts. Generally Christmas and Thanksgiving dinner consists of a roast turkey or ham, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, and some vegetables.
Jiaozi could also be boiled or pan-fried; the pan-fried variety is known as Potstickers, or Guotie. However, the most important part of the Jiaozi is not the shape, or the style of which it’s cooked, but the filling. The filling can vary from chopped meat, vegetables, seafood, to even sweet fruits and types of candies. The filling makes each person’s dumplings unique since everyone who makes dumplings has something special that other people don’t have. People in China also express different meanings with Jiaozi.
For the fufu, you will buy the needed ingredient already packaged under the name “fufu flour”. Other things needed, will be two medium size saucepans (pots), two ladles (wooden and regular), and a deep dish or a soup bowl. Now that we have all the necessities down, let’s get the show on the road. We will start with the soup which is the first part of the meal preparation. To begin, you put the chicken parts into one of your pots, and then add the onion (minced), tomatoes, pepper and just a small amount of water and salt to taste.
It is listed on the menu as being “Grilled Portobello mushroom, chopped tomato, basil & garlic pomodoro, caramelized onion, pesto, lettuce, tomato, red onion, chipotle ranch”. I chose it because I am a fan of mushroom, basil, and pesto. I chose the cabbage slaw as my side, and chose to have the meal “Wrap-style”, simply meaning that the contents were wrapped in what I believe was a tortilla. The restaurant did not specify as to what the tortilla was made from, corn or flour or otherwise. I ran the listed ingredients through MyDietAnalysis, and found that the total calories were 754 calories, with most of the calories coming from