One day, I do n’t know which two couples in the Christmas world, but I believe that these two restaurants will still open their warm arms on Christmas and continue to welcome strange and familiar people. Christmas is a Christian holiday. Christianity Christianity is love -oriented religion. The more people love, the more they exist; the more existence, the more love. Here, love is the same as time, and love and food are the same as remarkable existence ...
A beer brewery in a deep alley of an ancient city has been in operation for over 600 years since 1405. The authentic German smoked beer, sold for only 3.8 euros per glass at the original store, still maintains its historical appearance. Even in the 21st century, it is still popular and crowded, with people lining up to get beer at night.
Eating wild river seafood at a farmhouse restaurant by the Taihu Lake in Changxing, enjoying local dishes in the top-ranked local restaurant in Haining, and savoring small seafood at a popular seafood restaurant in Linhai, Taizhou... Exploring local cuisine is one of the important aspects of our travel.
The Japanese have a special fondness for Ochazuke. Ochazuke, as the name suggests, is a dish where various ingredients such as salted salmon, seaweed, or pickled plums are placed on top of a bowl of rice, and then Japanese green tea or roasted tea or genmaicha is poured into the bowl. After a quick stir, it is ready to be eaten. Its preparation is simple and the taste is light, making it one of the simplest rice dishes in Japanese cuisine.
"Washoku" has been listed as intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO. It does not refer to a specific type of Japanese cuisine, but rather as a holistic dietary culture that embodies the Japanese spirit of respecting nature and social customs, recognized by the world. According to the characteristics of "Washoku" published by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan, it includes the following four aspects: respecting diverse fresh ingredients and their original flavors, maintaining a balanced and healthy diet, fully expressing the beauty of nature and the changing seasons, and being closely related to festivals such as New Year's.
One year, I went on a trip to Guiyang. At the dinner table, the hostess started talking about the delicious food in Chengdu, with a hint of disdain. Out of politeness, she expressed it in a more subtle way. Guiyang is also a city known for its culinary delights, but the hostess's tone of arrogance couldn't be hidden no matter what.