As the third most populated city in China, Guangzhou is also the best commercial city on the Chinese mainland, according to Forbes. In Zhujiang New Town, there are underground shopping malls, vehicular tunnels and towering skyscrapers.
Guangzhou is the third largest (population wise) city in China, and is located on the Pearl River. It has an rich history of over 2200 years and was a major terminus of the maritime Silk Road and today, still serves as a major port and transportation hub.
On the corner of the bustling E. Washington St. is the unassuming Amadeus, but the second you walk directly by, you'll find yourself transported in front of a homely Central-European restaurant. From an incredible menu featuring items from Poland, Hungary and Austria to their amazing desserts and coffee, Amadeus is the place to go if you're looking for something fun and exciting to do on a Friday night.
It's He Zi recipe, round two! This time, we tackle the more traditional version of He Zi -- a popular Chinese street food item consisting of chopped chives and eggs, and of course, as the name suggests, shaped like a box.
Chinese egg tarts are popular treats found all over Chinatown, particularly in tea houses as a dim sum dish. Egg tarts are prominent in Guangzhou's food scene, and scholars call it the "quintessential symbol of the fusion between Cantonese and Western cultures."
At the beginning of August, my dad and I took a week long trip up to Maine, as well as a small trip to Boston and Mount Washington.
These cheddar scallion biscuits are the best combination of cheesy, buttery, and savory in a bite -- perfect right out of the oven, perfect for the rainy, cold weather, perfect for any occasion.
First Watch is my go-to place when I'm hanging out with friends or family and want to grab breakfast/brunch/lunch. They're scattered around Texas, and you can find them in Austin, College Station, Houston and more.
Brown sugar rice cakes are a classic: crunchy on the outside, chewy on the outside, they look almost like potato fries. But instead of ketchup, they're covered in an osmanthus flower-infused honey syrup, that you (double) dip each bite into.
Try these AMAZING jalapeño poppers. Of course, in the spirit (or...ghost?) of Halloween, we’ll make “Spooky Mummy Jalapeño Poppers.” Essentially, they’re just jalapeño peppers sliced in half, stuffed with an amazing combination of cream cheese, cheddar and bacon bits, and wrapped in pastry.