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The unchanged flavor of changing Beijing

2013-12-19 11:16:47

(People's Daily Online)


A Beijing-style hotpot restaurant In tradition, hot pots are often eaten in winter for people to warm up. Typical hot pot dishes include sliced lamb or beef, leaf vegetables, seafood, mushrooms, noodles, and dumplings; food is boiled in hot soup and cooked food is eaten with a dipping sauce. (Photo/

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