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More on pecans Oct 13, 2006

http://www.ilovepecans.org/history.html

http://www.texaspecans.com/

http://www.priesters.com/


 

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看得真仔细 Oct 14, 2006

估计是调味料。四川火锅我不太喜欢,什么美味进去了出来都是一个味道。我还是喜欢清蒸之类的,能吃到食物的本来味道。

pkchan wrote:

又圖的右上角,為什麼有一藥瓶,是消化片嗎?四川麻辣火鍋是好,對『人到中年』的譯人,還是清茶淡飯好。


 

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幫香港做一次宣傳大使 Oct 14, 2006

香港有一種本地版本的馬拉盞, 異地美食經過香港本地化的典型, 說來不光文字要本地化, 口味也需要本地化,:) 味道比正宗的馬拉盞要更鮮美一些, 但是價格就要貴很多. 很好吃, 而且不是特別辣, 讓廣東人都可以接受. 至於付多這麼多錢, 為多那一點點鮮味值不值得, 就見仁見智啦. 不過確實非常好吃.

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香港有一種本地版本的馬拉盞, 異地美食經過香港本地化的典型, 說來不光文字要本地化, 口味也需要本地化,:) 味道比正宗的馬拉盞要更鮮美一些, 但是價格就要貴很多. 很好吃, 而且不是特別辣, 讓廣東人都可以接受. 至於付多這麼多錢, 為多那一點點鮮味值不值得, 就見仁見智啦. 不過確實非常好吃.

http://www.discoverhongkong.com/taiwan/worldwide/news_taiwan/hktb_2002newsRelease/XONR.pdf


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以大三巴为背景照相,摄影效果非常好! Oct 14, 2006

可惜,我上次去澳门只顾照相,忘了到大三巴对面的糕饼店(那店叫什么来着?)买食品,遗憾!

redred wrote:

难怪地陪时刻提醒,十赌九输,你想掏光何鸿燊的身家很难。不过,可以去其他地方及大三巴的步行街,很多商家在街上向游人搭讪,自由活动购买美味的零食是很惬意的事啊。


 

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大三巴咀香園餅家 Oct 14, 2006

Chinoise wrote:

可惜,我上次去澳门只顾照相,忘了到大三巴对面的糕饼店(那店叫什么来着?)买食品,遗憾!

redred wrote:

难怪地陪时刻提醒,十赌九输,你想掏光何鸿燊的身家很难。不过,可以去其他地方及大三巴的步行街,很多商家在街上向游人搭讪,自由活动购买美味的零食是很惬意的事啊。


CCM咀香園餅家(氹仔分店). 仔地堡街嘉業閣AD舖. 827388. 否. 手信店. 咀香園餅家(大三巴分店). 澳門大三巴右街1號AB. 357606. 否. 手信店. 咀香園餅家(清平街分店). ...
cc.informac.gov.mo/c/shop.asp?type=3 - 27k - Cached - Similar pages

應該是這家大三巴咀香園餅家,杏仁餅及雞仔餅最有名。

http://images.google.com/images?q=tbn:tNQnecFVw7OSSM:http://www.three.com.hk/services/image/explore3/benefits/everydaycard/yearroundcard/macau/choi.gif

http://images.google.com/images?q=tbn:rXX5AB0jJ8NtlM:http://www.zstorch.gov.cn/cn/images/img_b/j-9.jpg

http://images.google.com/images?q=tbn:FbOUkjCffwXNuM:http://news.xinhuanet.com/


 

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对!! Oct 14, 2006

是咀香園餅家。同去的朋友让我尝了咀香園的杏仁饼,味道确实不错。

pkchan wrote:
應該是這家大三巴咀香園餅家,杏仁餅及雞仔餅最有名。


 

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香港的港澳碼頭亦有咀香園鐵罐裝的杏仁餅 Oct 14, 2006

http://images.google.com/images?q=tbn:SKX1luIpEJZMjM:http://news.china.com/zh_cn/history/photos/11025921/20050317/images/12175882_2005031714451564673700.jpg

為方便香港到澳門的賭客,忘記帶手信回來,到了香港後,還可買杏仁餅,說成是特
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http://images.google.com/images?q=tbn:SKX1luIpEJZMjM:http://news.china.com/zh_cn/history/photos/11025921/20050317/images/12175882_2005031714451564673700.jpg

為方便香港到澳門的賭客,忘記帶手信回來,到了香港後,還可買杏仁餅,說成是特意從澳門帶來的,騙一下人。杏仁餅當中還有一層薄薄的豬油,特別香。雞仔餅當然是用雞油造的,還有豬油糕,這都是澳門特產。不過,全不是補健食品,過不了pkchan認證這一關。
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Pecans... Oct 14, 2006

Although a pecan tart is a miniature of a pecan pie (IMHO), I like both of them. BTW, I 've been wondering if PKChan's name is pronounced the same way as the word “pecan” (True or false? Let me know please:))...

And of course, I like eating mixed nuts, among which pecans are most favored . My other favorite nuts may include filberts, walnuts, chestnuts, etc. But strangely enough, I am not keen on the chewy pralines mentioned by Wherestip, although they are also made of pecans.
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Although a pecan tart is a miniature of a pecan pie (IMHO), I like both of them. BTW, I 've been wondering if PKChan's name is pronounced the same way as the word “pecan” (True or false? Let me know please:))...

And of course, I like eating mixed nuts, among which pecans are most favored . My other favorite nuts may include filberts, walnuts, chestnuts, etc. But strangely enough, I am not keen on the chewy pralines mentioned by Wherestip, although they are also made of pecans. I guess the reason is that their appearance suggests a very strong sweetness ... Instead of buying a pecan pie as usual, I had a big baklava (also mentioned by Wherestip somewhere on this thread) delivered to me yesterday. Its texture is quite different from that of a “萨其马”(How to properly translate it into English?)... and it's really yummy...

wherestip wrote:

According to these two links, pecan is a variety of hickory.
Remember those Texas Chewy Pralines I posted about a while ago? They're made of pecans.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pecan

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hickory

"... Shagbark and Shellbark Hickories, along with the Pecan, are regarded by some as the finest nut trees."




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零食 Oct 15, 2006

Chinoise wrote:

And of course, I like eating mixed nuts, among which pecans are most favored . My other favorite nuts may include filberts, walnuts, chestnuts, etc. But strangely enough, I am not keen on the chewy pralines mentioned by Wherestip, although they are also made of pecans. I guess the reason is that their appearance suggests a very strong sweetness ... Instead of buying a pecan pie as usual, I had a big baklava (also mentioned by Wherestip somewhere on this thread) delivered to me yesterday. Its texture is quite different from that of a “萨其马”(How to properly translate it into English?)... and it's really yummy...



Betty,

Don't let appearances fool you. They really aren't all that sweet. Lammes Candies which hails from Austin has been in business for more than a century. The pecan pralines they make are a real treat. Neiman Marcus even carries giftboxes of them at Christmas (which ain't that shabby). I myself would rank them up there with Beijing style peanut brittle. Like these...

http://club.women.sohu.com/read_elite.php?b=food&a=1840172



Like you said, the texture of Baklava differs from 萨其马, but its basic ingredients are quite similar: flour, different kinds of nuts, and honey. The taste of Baklava reminded me of 萨其马 when a colleague brought some in to work once. He sent for them from a famous Muslim bakery located somewhere in Chicago when his daughter was born.


 

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老北京 Oct 15, 2006

Here's a list of some famous stores when it comes to classic Beijing food:

http://www.longhuiyuan.com/blog.php?tid=6879


 

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Well said! Oct 15, 2006

Everything should be localized as long as we are able to do it.

Angus Woo wrote:

香港有一種本地版本的馬拉盞, 異地美食經過香港本地化的典型, 說來不光文字要本地化, 口味也需要本地化,:) 味道比正宗的馬拉盞要更鮮美一些, 但是價格就要貴很多. 很好吃, 而且不是特別辣, 讓廣東人都可以接受. 至於付多這麼多錢, 為多那一點點鮮味值不值得, 就見仁見智啦. 不過確實非常好吃.

http://www.discoverhongkong.com/taiwan/worldwide/news_taiwan/hktb_2002newsRelease/XONR.pdf



 

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Appearances could be deceiving… Oct 15, 2006

As the old saying goes, "Appearances are deceiving ", the Texas chewy pralines strongly recommended by you here truly deserve our attention. I'd definitely give them a try soon...

Besides, I know both Baklava and 萨其马 look and taste terrific, but I suppose their ingredients are not entirely the same: Despite the flour and honey which they have in common, a baklava usually contains various kinds of nuts (pecans, walnuts, cashews, pistachios, etc.) inside, while the latter is m
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As the old saying goes, "Appearances are deceiving ", the Texas chewy pralines strongly recommended by you here truly deserve our attention. I'd definitely give them a try soon...

Besides, I know both Baklava and 萨其马 look and taste terrific, but I suppose their ingredients are not entirely the same: Despite the flour and honey which they have in common, a baklava usually contains various kinds of nuts (pecans, walnuts, cashews, pistachios, etc.) inside, while the latter is merely scattered with raisins or/and sesame seeds (Correct me if I am wrong).

Anyway, I do enjoy savoring the deliciousness of both kinds of pastries...

wherestip wrote:

Betty,

Don't let appearances fool you. They really aren't all that sweet. Lammes Candies which hails from Austin has been in business for more than a century. The pecan pralines they make are a real treat. Neiman Marcus even carries giftboxes of them at Christmas (which ain't that shabby). I myself would rank them up there with Beijing style peanut brittle. Like these...
http://club.women.sohu.com/read_elite.php?b=food&a=1840172

Like you said, the texture of Baklava differs from 萨其马, but its basic ingredients are quite similar: flour, different kinds of nuts, and honey. The taste of Baklava reminded me of 萨其马 when a colleague brought some in to work once. He sent for them from a famous Muslim bakery located somewhere in Chicago when his daughter was born.


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Sweets Oct 15, 2006

Chinoise wrote:

As the old saying goes, "Appearances are deceiving ", the Texas chewy pralines strongly recommended by you here truly deserve our attention. I'd definitely give them a try soon...

Besides, I know both Baklava and 萨其马 look and taste terrific, but I suppose their ingredients are not entirely the same: Except for the flour and honey which they have in common, a baklava usually has various kinds of nuts (pecans, walnuts, cashews, pistachios, etc.) inside, while the latter is merely scattered with raisins or/and sesame seeds (Correct me if I am wrong).

Anyway, I do enjoy savoring the deliciousness of both kinds of pastries...



Betty,

You're right. 萨其马 doesn't have a whole lot of different nuts in them. The ones made by 桂香村 used to have sunflower seeds in addition to sesame seeds. Chopped 青果、桂圆、樱桃、etc. could have been some other ingredients. I was no gourmet cook, so I hardly paid attention to what went in them at the time.

I just checked Lammes Candies website again. The picture they displayed of the Texas Chewies really don't do them justice. The real thing is not that dark. I can see why you think they're real sweet. The dark color can remind one of real thick molasses.


 

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桂香村 Oct 15, 2006

Glad to know I'm partially right;).

I don't know where and what "桂香村"( a famous bakery in Beijing?) is, but I can imagine they are going to be more tasty if Chinese white olives, longans, cherries, etc. are added to the 萨其马 they make...

Happy eating…


wherestip wrote:
You're right. 萨其马 doesn't have a whole lot of different nuts in them. The ones made by 桂香村 used to have sunflower seeds in addition to sesame seeds. Chopped 青果、桂圆、樱桃、etc. could have been some other ingredients. I was no gourmet cook, so I hardly paid attention to what went in them at the time.


 

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桂香村 and 稻香春 Oct 15, 2006

Chinoise wrote:

I don't know where and what "桂香村"( a famous bakery in Beijing?) is, but I can imagine they are going to be more tasty if Chinese white olives, longans, cherries, etc. are added to the 萨其马 they make...



桂香村 and 稻香春 are two famous bakeries in Beijing that have been in business for a long long time. Yueyin and I talked about them here in the forum a couple of times. The link I just linked above also mentions both.

When you visit Beijing, don't miss making a trip to one of these stores.



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