In the old winter solstice in Guangzhou, it was a custom to eat raw fish and make a side stove
"in the winter solstice, fish are born everywhere. Fresh fish are cut into jade and exquisite. A cup of hot wine can dispel the cold, which is still the food style of the previous dynasty." Guangzhou is the concentration of Lingnan cuisine, and delicious dishes emerge one after another all year round. Then let the old yellow calendar introduce you to the old Guangzhou winter solstice food customs: eating raw fish and making a side stove.
around the old winter solstice, neighbors in Guangzhou began to grind rice and glutinous rice into powder, dry it with bamboo DA and store it for the production of oil horn, fried pile, New Year cake and other new year's food. It is generally believed that the milled powder can be stored for a long time, which is called "Sun winter powder". Every winter solstice, families prepare more oranges (also known as winter oranges) and radish cakes as gifts. They are not only festival food, but also God worship offerings.,
and "eat in Guangzhou". People in Guangzhou eat in a family called tuandong at the winter solstice. They usually like to eat oysters. Oysters cut fish into pieces. People in Guangzhou like raw food, that is, "raw fish". Guangzhou people are used to eating fish with white porridge. It is called fish porridge. Now it is still a famous snack in Guangzhou.and
there are many bamboo words related to Guangzhou fish in the Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China. Ni Yunpeng, a native of Panyu in the Qing Dynasty, said: "snowflakes sprinkle the fairy city from the water, and the winter solstice returns to the sun. The sun is sunny. The radish is put in the hedgerow and chrysanthemum, and the crystal plate has five colors into the fish." put the fish on a beautiful plate, mixed with slender and dried radish shreds and various ingredients and sauces to eat.
Xiao Tongyin, a native of the Qing Dynasty, said, "radishes are silky and chrysanthemums are beautiful. Fish are sold by the Shuzhu bridge. It is said that today is the winter solstice, and strange bottom Yi buildings and leaf sheds are built." Wang Zhaoquan of the Republic of China also said: "fish are born everywhere in the winter solstice, and fresh fish are cut into jade and exquisite. A cup of hot wine to cool the cold, just like the food style of the previous dynasty."""
"there are many fish eating shops in Guangzhou Street in the Qing Dynasty. It is rumored that: "It's delicious. It's raw fish. If you try to see people eating raw fish, it's always in a big shed. The radish is made of silk. It's neither soft nor hard. Pick up all the assorted dishes. No competition is allowed . come uninvited, save all the unnecessary manners, and never look at the fish eater. Go to the second line again. The fish should be fried slowly. It's not easy to burn too much. There's no need to work. If the food is not better than the fish eater, it's not enough to support the quarrel. Although the dog meat is delicious, it also needs to earn its teeth. How can it swallow it down the throat and beat the tower horizontally. """"
"Cantonese people have" two big meals "every year." In the early morning of the winter solstice, the sound of firecrackers in the streets of Guangzhou, especially in the residential areas of Xiguan and Henan, became lively. The prices of chickens, geese, ducks and pigs on the market increased. On the night of the winter solstice, the weather became colder and colder. In addition to raw fish, people in Guangzhou also like to "make a side stove" , there are fish and shrimp, squid, pig liver, lettuce, chrysanthemum, spinach, etc. the meat is cut into slices, and the fish is mostly cut into two pieces, which are connected continuously, such as butterfly shape. Put it into soup and eat it immediately. This method is called "Bangsha crossing the river". Bangsha is a butterfly shaped, sweet and crisp fried food in Shunde, such as Daliang Bangsha,https://www.dailyq-a.com/Culture/27496.html
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