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Shanxi sliced noodles

Updated:2014-05-16 14:25

This is one kind of cooked wheaten food in North China. The special cooking process, in which a curved knife is used to shave the dough into sliced noodles before being put into the boiled water, is its claim to fame in China.

Fried Maoerduo

Updated:2014-05-16 14:23

This dish is regarded as a staple food in the north and snack in the south. It is a cooked wheaten food.

Shanxi cake baked in hot stone

Updated:2014-05-16 14:17

This is one kind of traditional baked food among the Han nationality in Shanxi, which can be traced back to the Tang Dynasty (AD618-907).

Chinese yam

Updated:2014-05-16 14:13

Pingyao's Chinese yam is not only good for food, but also as a type of herb, which is good for the spleen and stomach.

Pingyao Wantuo

Updated:2014-05-16 14:05

Wantuo, a type of noodle from the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), is one of Pingyao's local snacks with a long history.

Restaurants

Updated:2013-05-09 15:58

Introduction of a few restaurants in the Pingyao Ancient City.

Pingyao beef

Updated:2013-05-10 13:08

Throughout history there have been many brands of Pingyao spicy beef. The most famous now is “Guan yun”, which is sold in boxes, or vacuum packed.

Long yam

Updated:2013-05-09 15:16

The Pingyao version can be used as medicine to strengthen the spleen, help the stomach, and provide vital energy.

Oat flour kaolaolao

Updated:2013-05-08 17:18

This special pasta snack came from the city of Xinzhou, then gradually spread across Shanxi.

Fragrant straw meat

Updated:2013-05-02 17:27

The fragrance of the straw is not vanilla.

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Pingyao Wantuo

Wantuo, a type of noodle from the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), is one of Pingyao's local snacks with a long history.

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