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31 dishes: A guide to China's regional specialties

Each of China's 31 provinces and municipalities has a signature dish. Your culinary journey -- which reaches far beyond Sichuan and Guangdong -- begins here
Paul Hardman
Paul Hardman • 1 year ago

song shu gui yu (Squirrel-like mandarin fish) best known in the Jiangsu province.

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