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liuzhou

liuzhou

Back upstairs, I found that a load of food ingredients had arrived and were spread out on various tables. One glance and I knew exactly what they were for.

 

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The yellowish stuff is dried tofu skin. This is formed when making tofu and the bean and water mix is heated then left to cool. This skin forms on top like skin on boiled milk, and is scooped out and dried. The box front left holds the unprocessed skin, while top right is another box of the same stuff fried. The red bag contains the other ingredient from the river.

 

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River Snails

We also have:

 

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Dried rice noodles

 

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Garlic, ginger and chilli. The holy trinity of local food.

 

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Spices

 

There were also chickens , pork and green vegetables on other tables.

 

In a corner a large pot was bubbling away on a portable burner. It contained a bright red stock containing

 

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Meaty Pork Bones

 

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Chicken

 

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River Snails

 

and the holy trinity, spices and pickled bamboo shoots.

 

This is the stock for Liuzhou's signature dish - Luosifen (Snail noodles) 螺蛳粉 luó sī fěn.

 

Dinner was almost ready.

liuzhou

liuzhou

Back upstairs, I found that a load of food ingredients had arrived and were spread out on various tables. One glance and I knew exactly what they were for.

 

317026636_doufupi.thumb.jpg.5ae2a7eb59d6639951eef71a4039573a.jpg

 

The yellowish stuff is dried tofu skin. This is formed when making tofu and the bean and water mix is heated then left to coll. This skin forms on top like skin on boiled milk, is scooped out and dried. The box front left holds the unprocessed skin, while top right is another box of the same stuff fried. The red bag contains the other ingredient from the river.

 

1674851183_snails1.thumb.jpg.9dbb7ba876e9f3bd6f22fb9269e2ece7.jpg

Snails

We also have:

 

noodles.thumb.jpg.c447198704d62e1efb47931cf86679f3.jpg

Dried rice noodles

 

ginger.thumb.jpg.c3e688da2e8583aba59ffaaa44b2128e.jpg

Garlic, ginger and chilli. The holy trinity of local food.

 

spices.thumb.jpg.1d2c008cdf2a607c258a2f28d868d02a.jpg

Spices

 

There were also chickens , pork and green vegetables on other tables.

 

In a corner a large pot was bubbling away on a portable burner. It contained a bright red stock containing

 

1419051503_stockpork.thumb.jpg.288ba31e8b50bfb649613b4901fdbb74.jpg

Meaty Pork Bones

 

555591795_stockchicken.thumb.jpg.9ee1b5b1aa9ee288303ba47ed7551c0f.jpg

Chicken

 

115705345_stocksnails.thumb.jpg.e5e5b85501e2fcb41c42f21a135b9804.jpg

River Snails

 

and the holy trinity, spices and pickled bamboo shoots.

 

This is the stock for Liuzhou's signature dish - Luosifen (Snail noodles) 螺蛳粉 luó sī fěn.

 

Dinner was almost ready.

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