Have you ever tried food from Shandong province? It’s considered one of the great 8 cuisines of China and it’s full of unique and flavoursome dishes…. would you dare try the ‘Braised Colon in Brown Sauce’???

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31 thoughts on “Our EPIC Shandong food (and drink) adventure!”

  1. Hey.. There is a Major difference between sweet&sour fish v.s. squirrel fish (they are not the same)!!
    Sweet & sour fish is just a fish jumping through a pond's surface. While the squirrel fish is obviously a fish in Cos-Play as Pokémon. 😂😂😂

  2. the best thing about ur videos if falling into pipeline of Chinese food videos and getting inspired to cook some for myself. tnx Blondie, my stomach and tongue r satisfied

  3. Don't know how i stumbled into this video. My heritage is Chinese but immigrated from VN and now living in BNE. Love the challenge and the food makes me hungry. Great video haha

  4. It was before the communism took over China the spelling was different. The spelling remains the same but not in China in Taiwan ROC. There was a Civil war in China between KMT party and Communism party. China used to be called republic of China and it was lead by KMT party which it was the only party in China and teal communism took over China on 1949. The country changed its name called People’s Republic of China . Eddie’s how they changed spelling and they changed the traditional Chinese writing to be .simplified Chinese. The spilling in many words have changed . Is why we can always tell by someone’s last name to know where they come from. If they’re from China or even there from Hong Kong or if they’re from Taiwan or if they’re from Singapore. Overall everything that was named before 1949, they used the traditional Chinese and different spelling . while it was lead by KMT party who was the first and only party dominated ROChina until Communism partyChina took over before 1949 . After 1949. China has made many changed many words have changed.

  5. I love your family's attitude so much! Always stay neutral and objective! Yes, instead of being ethnocentric, step out of your comfort zone. Go experience different things. Embrace so many differences that exist in this world instead of judging them with your previous perceptions of things. That only shows how shallow and how narrow-minded you are. With that optimistic and open mindset, I'm sure that your life is so eventful, meaningful, and joyful. Although the Earth is nothing compared to the size of Mars or even the universe, you will still be amazed by how diverse and various it can be. You and your family are truly global citizens! Solute to you all!
    As I always say, if you expect every culture to be the same as yours, why travel?

  6. If i'm not wrong a long time ago, the official language was Cantonese and not Mandarin. Thus… Peking sounds cantonese enough for Beijing. You can try looking into it. Just happens to pop up in my head when you mentioned about the various spelling differences.

  7. Such a charming friend and folks! I'm an ABC in California and loving seeing the similarities and differences in cuisine. You guys are way braver than I. 🙂

  8. Tsingtao beer was actually developed by the occupying Germans and is tasty because of the spring water used. The company has been sold to the Japanese,Kirin I believe.

  9. That sea cucumber portion is funny. I only had it cantonese way, on top of greens with oyster sauce. Yum… it’s a new year dish.

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