Food in Jiangsu

A series of activities promoting Chinese delicacies was held at the United Nations (UN) headquarters in New York, US, from May 30 to June 2. Professor Zhu Chengxin from Xuzhou Technician Institute in Jiangsu province was invited to take part as the activities’ deputy general chef who prepared delicious Xuzhou foods for meals at the UN. Activities at the UN included Chinese intangible cultural heritage foods for lunch and dinner in UN, Chinese intangible cultural heritage cooking demonstrations and a Chinese delicacy banquet. [Detail]
Mulberries bring back childhood memories
With the calendar having turned its pages to May, mulberries in Zhangjiagang have come into season, bringing back sweet juicy childhood memories. [Detail]
Locally sourced tasty fish dishes
The location of Taicang near to the estuary of the Yangtze River means the Jiangsu province city is well-known nationally both for its waterside landscapes and rich abundance of seafood and fresh water fish. [Detail]
Over 60 pupils from Hongqiao No.2 Primary School and Yuelong Primary School in Nantong city of Jiangsu province came to Jinchun Steamed-Stuffed-Bun Shop in the city to experience the traditional stuffed bun-making process including kneading dough, rolling dough, making stuffed buns and steaming the buns on April 23.[Detail]
The 3rd Jiangsu Chef Festival and "Jiangsu Master Dishes" contest was held in Wuxi on Tuesday. Hundreds of dishes with Jiangsu regional characteristics made debuts in the contest. The contest is a provincial cooking activity. The expert review board elected 60 "Jiangsu Master Dishes", and 30 "Jiangsu Master Desserts". [Detail]
The 3rd Jiangsu Provincial Baking Professional Skills Competition was held in Nanjing on Tuesday. The competition had three events, namely the decorative cakes, moon cakes, and bread making technique competitions. 19 teams and 54 individual players from across the province participated in the competition. A variety of creamy cakes at the scene were lifelike. [Detail]
Vegetarian culture to be showcased in Wuxi
Popular traditional vegetarian snacks from around the world, a range of cultural and creative products, a music festival, and a book exhibition will be on offer at Yixing Dajue Temple (Ancestral Temple of Fo Guang Shan), Wuxi on April 27 to May 1. [Detail]
Fried dumplings in Nanjing are mostly halal with beef filling. Shaped like a golden crescent moon, the soft, non-stick, crispy, juicy fried dumplings and a perfect match with vinegar and chili oil. [Detail]
Chefs prepare to cook puffer fish in a giant pot at the freshwater fish festival that opened in Yonglian Village of Zhangjiagang city , Jiangsu province on April 2.[Detail]
A series of delicacies are being prepared in Nantong for Qingming Festival, also known as Tomb-Sweeping Day on April 4. [Detail]
The head store of Sanfenqiao Butcher's Shop on Zhongshan Road of Wuxi was full of customers on the afternoon of March 27.[Detail]
Coilia ectenes, or daoyu (knife fish) in Chinese, travels from the ocean to the Yangtze River to breed every March.[Detail]
The first batch of containers loaded with crayfish produced in Xuyi of Huan’an city, Jiangsu province, arrived at Penang Port in Malaysia on the morning of March 23. [Detail]
As the temperature goes up, Suzhou has come to the most beautiful time of spring. A seasonal dish contest was recently held at Shuangta Street in Suzhou's Gusu district. [Detail]
A MUJI shop continues to sell mineral water in Xinjiekou, Nanjing, from “Japanese nuclear contaminated areas”, reported Nanjing media on Mar 16.[Detail]