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On 5 June, 2011 By Shanti Christensen (湘緹)
Beijing, China — I just finished a beautiful ride with friends Joanna and Ryan on our motor-scooters, through several Beijing hútòngs. ‘Hell’s Scooters’ we were, as Ryan called us!
We started through Dongcheng district and serendipitously followed one wide [...]Continue Reading →
On 2 June, 2011 By Shanti Christensen (湘緹)
Beijing, China — My favorite Shaanxi restaurant serving fat, chewy noodles has just opened another location in Shin Kong Place (新光天地店开业大吉)! Yellow River Noodles (黄河水) is a family brand of over 20 years with a venue next to the National Art Museum (美术馆店) and a second [...]Continue Reading →
Cook in a ShowShanti apron. I cook in mine, but I like to wear it while writing as well.
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Be a guest writer. I’m giving away an apron for selected guest blogs published* on ShowShanti. Feel like splashing your kitchen with some color? Feel like writing? Feel like sharing your heart and stories?
来当ShowShanti的特约撰稿人吧。写得好的博客将发表在ShowShanti.com 上，并将获得一件围裙。想让你的厨房多一些绚丽的色彩吗？喜欢写作吗？想分享你的爱和故事吗？ 那就赶快动笔吧！
主题思想 写一个跟美食相关的故事 做一道菜的全过程，从买原料到上桌 与家人或者朋友相关的美食故事或者经历 为特别的人做一道特别的菜的故事 特别场合的美食经历 食谱 一道中国肉菜的素食版； 从您家附近的菜市场的原料想到的中国风的文化； 富有您家文化传承的一道菜。什么方面的文化都可以。 格式 美食故事 介绍段落 每一段都配个图片 总结 食谱 菜的图片 介绍段落 原料（如果你有原料的图片可以展示） 做法 相关的注释（如果有的话）
*任何一篇被选中的文章都将会发表在contact@showshanti.com上，三种颜色的ShowShanti围裙（红，粉红，白色）任由你挑选。Continue Reading →
Ever since I watched Food, Inc., every time I see well-organized and clean chicken wings, feet, or legs in a market stall, I can not help but think of little chicks, raised in dark chicken barns, growing into big chickens with plump butts after fed hormones for a little less than two months. I [...]Continue Reading →
I’ve been on the go and energy is somewhat fleeting. Juling decided to buy me an organic chicken (49RMB) near her home, suggesting it would spruce me back into good health. Here’s my simple organic chicken soup recipe — all broth, a few fragrant spices, a handful of shiitakes, with a smattering [...]Continue Reading →
This recipe was taught to me by Zhu Dandan in Beijing who learned it from her Shanghainese grandmother. Her grandmother only stir-fried the dumplings. Zhu Dandan stir-fries the dumplings with diced vegetables to make it more nutritious for her family. I mince a 1-inch piece of ginger and mix it into the pork [...]Continue Reading →