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Chicken in stone pot

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While traveling to Nyingchi, Tibet, you can't miss the local specialty food: stone pot chicken! There are many restaurants selling stone pot chicken in Lulang town, so it is also called Lulang... Read more

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Fried Manju

Submitted by kayokorob
Agemanju
Tokyo-to, Taito-ku, Asakusa, Sens?-ji

Manju is a Japanese sweet similar to cake, with red bean paste on the inside. These are fried and were warm when we bought them. The one on the left is black sesame, and the one on the right is green tea. Other flavors at this shop were Japanese plum and plain. Manju can be found at sweets shops and festivals throughout Japan.

 

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