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liuzhou

liuzhou

宫保鸡丁味 (gōng bǎo jī dīng wèi) is what you may call "Kung-po chicken" flavour. "Gongbao jiding" is the Mandarin name; "kung-po" is Cantonese which they don't speak in Sichuan, home of the dish.

Anyway, now they are potato chips. It's the end of civilisation, I tell you!

 

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You will be shocked to learn they taste nothing like gongbao or kung-po!

 

liuzhou

liuzhou

宫保鸡丁味 (gōng bǎo jī dīng wèi) is what you may call "Kung-po chicken" flavour. "Gongbao jiding" is the Mandarin name; "kung-po" is Cantonese which they don't speak in Sichuan, home of the dish.

Anyway, now they are potato chips. It's the end of civilisation, I tell you!

 

1732676758__20210602182232.thumb.jpg.04f46e07f371f711fa1b0ed8636f85d4.jpg

 

1053603002__20210602182225.thumb.jpg.4615e34845eacbe2e492da84104ecd85.jpg

 

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