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June 23, 2008


Hi Joe! I'd love to hear more about varieties of Bai Jiu, which I enjoyed a lot in China. Pronounced "By Joe," with the accent on the first syllable, the term was, naturally, the first new Chinese word I learned on our Asian sojourn.

Hi Joe!

You have come a long way since dinner in DC!

I think this sounds delicious, but somewhat beyond my abilities. Have you checked it? It is very rarely that chefs tell all the secrets of their dishes??


I love chinese foods but I never tried this one yet. It looks so yummy! Great post.

The pics make me mouthwatering haha
hello,you articles are so cool,i really like it very much.I am also a chinese food amateur and have collected many chinese food recipes in with many pictures.If you like it,please feel free to contact me,'cause I wanna make friend with you:)

I love chinese dumplings but it's pretty hard to cook!

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