Haitanggao, or Chinese flowering crabapple pastry, is one of the most commonly sold specialties in the ancient riverside town of Luzhi in Suzhou.
Bittern bean curd is a famous specialty in Suzhou. It has a red color and unique taste.
The dumplings are stuffed with crab meat, sea cucumber, shrimp, tender bamboo shoots and egg for a delicious, nutritious meal.
As a famous traditional snack in Suzhou, the pine nut and date cake are made from sugar, eggs, food oil and wheat powder.
In the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), the confections were famous at home and abroad. They are sweet, refreshing and suitable for old and young.
This dish involves putting live shrimp in some wine then putting them on ice cubes when they're "drunk".
This chicken dish uses white sugar and sweet-scented osmanthus sugar as raw materials.
This Yangzhou delicacy comes win a variety of different fillings, each wrapped in very thin dough and steamed to perfection.
As a local saying goes, "wontons with noodles, a concoction of meat and vegetables in a bowl, mixes together the happiness of daily life".