Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Peking Duck, Beijing


Peking Duck, Beijing
Originally uploaded by JoeDuck
Peking was a Western description of Beijing. For most cities in China it is almost required form to use the Chinese naming system which is quite interesting as it often uses combination words that have a word for a compass direction and physical features like rivers and mountains:

http://www.washburn.edu/cas/history/stucker/ChGeogMeaning.html

Peking duck is the signature specialty of Beijing. The duck is carved carefully, some fat removed, then reassembled for serving. For a small extra charge the remaining parts are deep fried - bone and all - and served as a separate dish.

1 comment:

Warren Zephaniah said...

Peking duck is a dish from Beijing that has been set up since the supreme period. The meat is portrayed by its thin, fresh skin, Write my Dissertation with real forms of the dish serving for the most part the skin and little meat, cut before the coffee shops by the cook.