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Two different sausages from a German factory in China
« on: February 01, 2016, 01:43:29 AM »

German Sausages (Made in China)

  We visited an exhibition (it was about Chinese New Year food promotion). There we saw many food and non-food products. We bought 2 plates, 2 bowls, some duck eggs, Korean kimchi (aka 'kimchee' or 'gimchi'), Xinjiangese nan (Uigurian nan) /in English aka 'nan'/, a Chinese bing (in Chinese: '饼') and some German sausages. They're made in China (in Hainan, Dingan). A photo of the sausages: .
 They are:
  • 1. Hungarian debrecener sausages (in Chinese: 匈牙利辣味香肠, in Hungarian: debreceni kolbász, in German: debreziner Wurst)
  • 2. German Bratwurst (in Chinese: 德国煎肠)
(By the way, the company is "Hainan Rainer's Food Co., Ltd.".)
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Two nans
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2016, 01:46:58 AM »
 And the 2 nans. I ate them at home with some salad. They're pretty, aren't they? A photo: (the nans in one of our electric ovens).
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Korean kimchi and a Korean snack food
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2016, 01:55:12 AM »
  One of the prettiest kimchis I ever saw. A Korean man cooks it: . It's not just pretty, but fresh as well. We bought a box and there was a present (a Korean snack food). And here comes a photo of the snack (I never saw it before): .
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