2019/07/19 00:22

Why don’t you try Yanbian food for your beauty?

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Why don’t you try Yanbian food for your beauty? [Enshan-kan]

Have you heard of “Yanbian food”?

Yanbian is a Korean autonomous prefecture located in Jilin Province in northeastern China, near the border with North Korea. Many immigrants from the Korean Peninsula came, and people there enjoy spicy and sweet-sour dishes based on both Korean food and Chinese food.


MS TASAKI & MS CHOU KEIKO
stewed pork bone
This time, I enjoyed Yanbian food with Chou Keiko, a simultaneous interpreter and narrator, who came from Yanbian.

She is elegant and she speaks Japanese fluently I, who use Japanese for occupational purpose think. What she recommended me first is “stewed pork bone”, which is one of her favorites.
She, who is elegant, wore plastic gloves quickly and said “Come on! Why don’t you break this bone and bite into it, Ms. Tazaki? It’s tasty.”

Though I felt overwhelmed, I tried it. Meat was tender and tasty. And it was very spicy, not hot.
She told me that Yanbian food was well known for its specialty, lamb dish because it came under the influence of the north such as Mongolia and cumin, which was usual for curry, was a spice that was essential for such meat dish. No wonder it was spicy and odors were cleaned away.
“Cucumber and beef slice with salt” was not too heavy and salty-sweet-sour.
“Cilantro leaf and pork slice with hot pepper” was mild.

She told me that Yanbian food was home-style dish mixed with advantages of Chinese food and those of Korean food and that she could enjoy a taste of home in this “Enshan-kan.”
Her skin is so smooth, and I asked her why. She said to me with an air of embarrassment, “I eat kimchi before bedtime and eat tonsoku three times a week, which is one of her favorites.”
She told me that these also had a taste of home. I want to try them.

Why don’t you try Yanbian food for your beauty?
Why don’t you try Yanbian food for your beauty? [Enshan-kan]

Have you heard of “Yanbian food”?

Yanbian is a Korean autonomous prefecture located in Jilin Province in northeastern China, near the border with North Korea. Many immigrants from the Korean Peninsula came, and people there enjoy spicy and sweet-sour dishes based on both Korean food and Chinese food.


MS TASAKI & MS CHOU KEIKO
stewed pork bone
This time, I enjoyed Yanbian food with Chou Keiko, a simultaneous interpreter and narrator, who came from Yanbian.

She is elegant and she speaks Japanese fluently I, who use Japanese for occupational purpose think. What she recommended me first is “stewed pork bone”, which is one of her favorites.
She, who is elegant, wore plastic gloves quickly and said “Come on! Why don’t you break this bone and bite into it, Ms. Tazaki? It’s tasty.”

Though I felt overwhelmed, I tried it. Meat was tender and tasty. And it was very spicy, not hot.
She told me that Yanbian food was well known for its specialty, lamb dish because it came under the influence of the north such as Mongolia and cumin, which was usual for curry, was a spice that was essential for such meat dish. No wonder it was spicy and odors were cleaned away.
“Cucumber and beef slice with salt” was not too heavy and salty-sweet-sour.
“Cilantro leaf and pork slice with hot pepper” was mild.

She told me that Yanbian food was home-style dish mixed with advantages of Chinese food and those of Korean food and that she could enjoy a taste of home in this “Enshan-kan.”
Her skin is so smooth, and I asked her why. She said to me with an air of embarrassment, “I eat kimchi before bedtime and eat tonsoku three times a week, which is one of her favorites.”
She told me that these also had a taste of home. I want to try them.

Why don’t you try Yanbian food for your beauty?