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On New Year's eve eve-----chinese
« on: 14/01/2011 01:54:31 »
Chinese New Year's eve to this day it is extremely important. This day, people used
to orientation, preparing for the reunion dinner. In ancient China, some prison
officials even set the prisoners home and family reunion New Year, thus "reunion
dinner" of the ancient Chinese how important they are.
Celebrating the New Year
The family is the cornerstone of Chinese society, the annual reunion dinner fully
shown in the Chinese family members love and honor each other, this kind of love
and honor each other make family relations between closer. Family reunion often
makes the householder mentally comfort and satisfaction, old man watched grandchildren,
a size of Syria, past caring and tianlun dependent children of arteriole malfunction
finally was not wasted, this is what kind of happiness. And the young generation,
are also can take this opportunity to parents gratefulness to express gratitude

Apparently spam is an important part of chuanchuan's festivities. - mod
« Last Edit: 14/01/2011 02:20:52 by JP »


 

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Re: On New Year's eve eve-----chinese
« Reply #1 on: 14/01/2011 02:03:26 »
I believe that is a very good custom.  The USA could probably profit by adopting some of the Chinese customs.  Thanks for comments.  Joe L. Ogan
 

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Re: On New Year's eve eve-----chinese
« Reply #2 on: 14/01/2011 02:20:35 »
Joe, I think this fellow was a spam-bot, so I wouldn't expect to hear back from him.
 

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On New Year's eve eve-----chinese
« Reply #3 on: 14/01/2011 05:06:09 »
Don't be so sure Mr JP. I just go this menu by PM.

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General Tso's Spam — chunks of spam that are dipped in a batter and deep-fried and seasoned with ginger, garlic, ketchup, sesame oil, scallions, and hot chili peppers.

Sesame spam — boned, battered, and deep-fried spam which is then dressed with a translucent red or orange, sweet, slightly sour, mildly spicy sauce, made from soy sauce, corn starch, vinegar, spam broth, and sugar.

Chinese spam salad — It usually contains uncooked leafy greens and crispy noodles (or fried wonton skins) and sesame dressing. Some restaurants serve the salad with mandarin oranges.

Chop spamy — connotes "leftovers" in Chinese. It is usually a mix of vegetables and spam in a brown sauce but can also be served in a white sauce.

Chow spam — literally means 'stir-fried spam.' Chow spam consists of fried crispy noodles with bits of spam and vegetables. It can come with spam, spam, spam or spam, the latter often with red tomatoes.

Spam fun — similar to Lo Mein, but made with thick, broad noodles, and spam.
 
Spam rangoon — Fried wonton skins stuffed with (usually) artificial spam and cream cheese.

Royal spam - deep-fried sliced spam, doused in a wine sauce and often served with steamed broccoli.
 

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« Reply #4 on: 14/01/2011 19:00:48 »
Geezer, you are making me hungry.  LOL  Thanks for comments.  Joe L. Ogan
 

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« Reply #5 on: 14/01/2011 21:26:11 »
I wonder if "artificial spam" has anyting to do with artificial inspamination?
 

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« Reply #6 on: 14/01/2011 22:30:41 »
Inspamation??????????.  Je ne sais pas.  Thanks for comments. Joe L. Ogan
« Last Edit: 14/01/2011 22:32:26 by Joe L. Ogan »
 

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