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Old 05-02-2008, 07:02 AM   #1
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Dim sum

Hey everyone,

I am really interested in Dim Sum food, I have tried many recipes but cant quite find one that tastes authentic.

Does anyone have any tips or hints at how this food can be sucesfully replicated to restaurant standards?



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Old 05-04-2008, 01:57 PM   #2
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Dim Sum

I dont know if you are adventurous or not

I just got back from Vancouver, British Columbia

and they have a large Asian population and Dim Sum is huge

I tried some great stuff: chicken claws, pig tails and congee

alot of the other dim sum that comes to your table are variations

alot of different things stuffed in wontons; shu mai and streamed dumplings

taro dumplings, great vegetables gai lan, mustard greens

the tea is super caffeinated I walked out and felt my heart beating

if your interested in some recipes pm me

chef chris
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