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[Homework] 2010-04-14 Shanghai Chinese food
“Shanghainese food, you definitely have to try.”
“Every week, here have around 15 restaurants open.”
“They’re starting to do experiment with new kind of food.
You can have, like world class, like international dining experience and at the same time you can, like, just walk down the street.
Now that’s where I want to start, the place where a lot of young Shanghainese get their daily meals---the street.
Here we are in shanghai’s Wu Jiang food market. The place is amazing. Actually it’s really pack. We are here in the late evening, and you can get lots of good things to eat here. These are vegetable dumplings, just right up the street vendor. Em...... good. Let’s see what else we can find. Here is another Shanghai staple. Rice noodles, basically with some meat, parsley and spices. And it’s very spicy, that’s why people behind the camera laughing. Wu Jiang food market is actually a really fun place to hang out. And there is this, squid on the stick. So it’s cooking the whole thing together, onions, soy sauce, and chilly spice. Here goes, ready? Definitely some chilli pepper. Slight taste of *. One thing for sure about Chinese food is that’s got a lot of flavour.
Believe it or not, I am still a little hungry, but I want to get a way off the beaten path. If you love seafood, this is a place to bit. Here, we are at * fish market. This place is huge and it has almost anything you can think of. If it swims, you can it buy it here.
Shanghai sits right on the East China Sea, so seafood is even more popular here than in the rest of the country. And Chinese passion for eating nearly anything won’t disappoint you, here. There are sea creatures here that I don’t even know existed. Unbelievable! Shapes and shells and muscles......this place is almost like a century overloaded like * and sea creatures.
Another great thing about the wet market is that in the midst of * sea cucumber squid, octopus, *, and general unrecognizable creepy crawly slimy scaly fin wearing, and at times alien-looking aquatic creatures. You will also get an authentic slice of Shanghainese life. In between all the staffs, you’ll find people playing Mah-jong.
As must be obvious by now, I love food and consider it an essential part of travel. So I often look for places like this, but * takes the cake. It’s just the kind of travel experience to get you away from the tourists masses into the essential spirit of Shanghai. And I think I finally find dinner. These are in season right now. This is a hairy crab, you can tell this is where tops of hair on both of their pincers. The hairy crab is actually a distinct Shanghai specialty, so I think this is dinner.
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