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Northeastern Chinese cuisine (Guandongese?)


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Northeastern Chinese cuisine (Guandongese?)

tatamagouche | Jul 3, 2010 03:30 PM

There's a new restaurant near me that lists as northeastern specialties stuff like green bean soup, "three earth fresh" (potatoes, tomatoes, peppers), and dishes containing scrambled eggs, broad beans, potato noodles, and also a number of cold dishes. A, I thought cold dishes were a Shanghainese specialty? B, does stuff like this sound familiar to anybody who might know its origins?

Curious, as always. TIA!

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