Modern and Traditional Chinese Cuisine
by Linda Ling
|Page Extent:||192 pages|
|Book Size:||252 x 217 x 21 mm (Height x Width x Depth)|
The Chinese have a joke about the residents of Canton, otherwise known as Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong Province.
They claim that the Cantonese will eat anything which flies, except a plane, and anything on four legs, except a table.
This book is not about eating China s many strange delicacies such as monkey brains, ox penises, fish eyes, bird saliva, rooster feet, jellyfish, sea cucumbers, snails or snakes!
While China offers up to 11 distinctive cuisines, the following four are the most popular:
- Beijing cuisine, incorporating also the Shandong, Anhui and Mongolian cuisines
- Szechuan and Hunan
Chinese offers a large range of recipes from the abovementioned most popular. Appetisers and snacks, soups, mains, meat and vegeta