Sunday, October 16, 2005

Secret of Chinese Cooking

Dried mandarin skins are commonly used in the prepartion of Chinese soups. The skin is added for its very unique aroma. I walked on Shanghai Street today and spotted that the friuit skin was being dried in front of several fruit stalls, a very rare scene in the other part of the city. I always think that the stall owners earn more by selling the skin than selling the fruit, because the skin has a much higher price.

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