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Wonton and wonton noodles

Wonton and wonton noodles

Wonton noodles, with crisp noodles, tender wonton fillings and a fragrant soup, are one of the favorite small dishes of Guangzhou.

Pig's trotters with ginger and vinegar

Pig's trotters with ginger and vinegar

Pig's trotters with ginger and vinegar is a famous Cantonese delicacy. The ingredients consist of pig's trotters, eggs, ginger, sesame oil, black vinegar and brown sugar.

Shahe fen

Shahe fen

Rice noodles, or Shahe fen, are a traditional dish famous in Shahe town, Guangzhou. The delicacy was first made during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) and enjoys a history of more than one and a half centuries.

Piglet-shaped pastries

Piglet-shaped pastries

Mid-autumn Festival is most commonly associated with moon cakes, but in Shiqi town or Panyu district, they play second fiddle to the piglet-shaped pastries sold at Mazi Bakery.

Rice noodle roll

Rice noodle roll

A rice noodle roll is a Cantonese dish from southern China, commonly served as either a snack or a small meal.

Guangzhou soup

Guangzhou soup

Guangzhou soup is an indispensable part of local residents' dining tables, and has developed into a culture with distinctive features.

Poon choi: A Cantonese highlight of Spring Festival

Poon choi: A Cantonese highlight of Spring Festival

On the eve of Chinese New Year, the must-have dish on every Cantonese dinner table is the magnificent and auspicious poon choi, which contains up to 20 luxury ingredients served in a big wooden or clay-pot bowl.

Barbecued meats

Barbecued meats

A mixed platter of roast meats is the Cantonese idea of heaven on the table. It may include a skinny fillet of pork marinated in honey and maltose and roasted until the crust becomes crisp with a syrupy coat.

Yum Cha

Yum Cha

Yum cha, or "going out for dim sum", is a term in Cantonese which literally means "drinking tea".

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