What do you think of Chinese food?What kind of Chinese food do you like?

dumplings - Among Chinese food, dumplings are the best.
China
January 30, 2007 8:44pm CST
Chinese food is very popular in the world.Among Chinese food, dumplings are the best.Everyone in China likes dumplings very much, and there are many different kinds of dumplings.I can make dumplings well.A visitor who arrives in China from another country may want to try Chinese food.
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@yanjiaren (9050)
31 Jan 07
i love dumplings too..i have mae my own style..i call them xila dumplings..cos i make them with a greek filling ala chinese..my hubby cooks the best noodles..i make his noodle recipe in exactly 16 minute4s and it's fantastic..
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@msqtech (15226)
• United States
31 Jan 07
got to have wasabi with the spring rolls
• China
31 Jan 07
you're great!noodles are my favorite foods.
@linda345 (2661)
• Canada
31 Jan 07
I think what we get in Canada is not real Chinese food. But it is sure good. My sister in law spent 4 years in China and she said the food was awesome. The things I like from Canadian Chinese food is rice, chow mein, chicken balls and sweet and sour ribs.
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• China
31 Jan 07
i'm glad you like Chinese foods,thanks for your reply.
@msqtech (15226)
• United States
31 Jan 07
I love the spicy hunan cuisine
• China
31 Jan 07
Oh, I see. you'd like to have some hot food.
@dhouston (417)
• United States
31 Jan 07
I like Chinese food from the restaurants where it is genuine, not changed for what people have traditional believed it to be in the US (the dreaded chop suey). I first enjoyed Peking duck at a wedding in Taiwan, and have loved it ever since. A woman from Shanghai taught me how to make dumplings, another Chinese dish I love. A few years ago a family came here to Philadelphia from China. The husband is an expert in making hand drawn noodles, and they opened a restaurant. It is wonderfulto go there and watch him turn a lump of dough into long, slender noodles! He drops them in the soup his wife has been preparing and she brins the big, steaming bowl to your table. Dinner and a show for $3.95! Steamed fish fresh from the tank is delicious, and I love steamed rabe and pea vine. Some Chinese people in the Chinatown neighborhood here on Philadelphia have opened dim sum restaurants, and I really enjoy having a variety of little bites with steaming oolong tea! Moo shoo pork is another faavorite. Do you know how to make it and can you tell me in another discussion or in response to this one? I write long answers to some of your discussions. I hope you will answer some of mine, too.