Our country is now developing very well. It has surpassed many countries and become the second largest economy in the world. Therefore, people's living standards have also improved, and they are moving towards a well-off society in an all-round way. Now they are getting closer to a well-off society. In the past, many people suffered from hunger and cold, but now in general it will not happen. Now we are all very happy. And now people's pursuit of food is also increasing, Chinese food to apply for world heritage, the Chinese taste on the tip of the tongue. Since the first and second season of "China on the tip of the tongue" was launched, the audience rating has remained high. It can be said that the best food in the world is on the Chinese table. We also know that kimchi, Japan and sushi have successfully applied for the world heritage, but as a big gourmet country, how can China lag behind?
So recently, the leaders of China's eight major cuisines and other culinary elites gathered in Beijing to discuss the application of Chinese food for world heritage! At present, the key projects include: Beijing roast duck, new year's Eve dinner, dumplings, moon cakes, tofu, Lanzhou ramen, hot pot and zongzi.
China on the tip of the tongue, which one do you support?
1. Beijing roast duck
Roast duck is a famous Beijing dish with world reputation. It was developed by Chinese Han people in Ming Dynasty, and was a palace food at that time. It is made of high-quality meat duck Beijing duck. It is baked with fruit wood and charcoal fire. It is ruddy in color, fat but not greasy in meat quality, crisp outside and tender inside. Beijing roast duck is divided into two schools, and the most famous roast duck restaurant in Beijing is the representative of the two schools. It is known as "world delicious" for its red color, tender meat, mellow taste, fat but not greasy.
2. New year's Eve dinner
New year's Eve dinner, also known as reunion dinner, is a meal on the last day of the Lunar New Year's Eve. On this day, people are going to get rid of the old and welcome the new. The whole family will get together and have dinner together. The annual reunion dinner shows the mutual respect and love of the Chinese family members, which makes the relationship between the family closer.
Jiaozi is an ancient traditional pasta of the Han nationality, which is deeply loved by the majority of Chinese people. It is a festival food that most parts of northern China must eat every Spring Festival. In many provinces and cities, it is also a custom to eat Jiaozi during the winter solstice festival, and it is also a common food in southern China. It is said that it was invented by Zhang Zhongjing, the medical sage of Nanyang in the Eastern Han Dynasty. The history of dumplings has gone through a long gradual process. Zhang Zilie made a good explanation at the end of the Ming Dynasty: "dumpling ears are Duan Chengshi food, Tang zhonglao pill, or fanjiao. People in the North read Jiaojiao as Jiao, because Jiaojiao baits are called Jiaoer. '
4. Moon cake
Moon cake is a well-known traditional snack of the Han nationality, which is deeply loved by the Chinese people. The moon cake is also round, and it is eaten separately by the whole family, symbolizing reunion and harmony. It is a must on the day of the Mid Autumn Festival. In ancient times, moon cakes were eaten as sacrifices on the Mid Autumn Festival. It is said that the custom of eating moon cakes on the mid autumn festival began in the Tang Dynasty. In the Northern Song Dynasty, it was popular in the court, but it also spread to the people. At that time, it was commonly known as' Xiaobing 'and' yuetuan '. In the Ming Dynasty, it became a common dietary custom of the whole people. Today, there are more varieties and different flavors. Among them, Beijing style, Su style, Cantonese style and Chaozhou style moon cakes are popular among people in North and South China.
Bean curd is a traditional bean product of the Han nationality. It is a green and healthy food invented by Huainan King Liu An, an alchemist of the Han Dynasty. Born in Anhui Lu'an City Shouxian and Huainan City between Bagong mountain, so Shouxian is also known as the hometown of tofu. The birth of bean curd completely changed the fate of soybean. Tofu makes it easier for the human body to absorb and utilize soybean protein; the soft and flexible personality of tofu leaves great room for creation for the Chinese who are good at cooking, so tofu is produced to produce a wide range of dishes to adapt to the tastes and preferences of people in different regions. All of these, let the ordinary soybean get sublimation. Today, it has a history of more than 2100 years and is deeply loved by the people of our country, neighboring countries and the people of the world. Up to now, it has a complete range of varieties, a variety of patterns, unique flavor, simple production process, and easy to eat. Tofu is high in protein and low in fat. It has the effect of lowering blood pressure, blood fat and cholesterol. It is a good food for both the old and the young, for health preservation and longevity. Huainan City, Anhui Province, the hometown of Liu An, has an annual tofu Culture Festival on September 15 every year.
6. Lanzhou Ramen
Lanzhou beef ramen, also known as Lanzhou soup beef noodle, is a local snack in Lanzhou, Gansu Province. The legend originated in the Tang Dynasty. With its unique flavor of 'clear soup mirror, fragrant rotten meat and fine noodles', and' clear and white, three red, four green and five yellow ', Yiqing (Tangqing), two white (radish white), three red (chili oil red), four green (coriander, garlic green) and five yellow (noodles yellow), it has won high praise from customers at home and around the world. It has been rated as one of the top three Chinese fast food by China Cuisine Association, and has won the reputation of "China's first side".
7. Hot pot
Hot pot, originated in Luzhou, Sichuan. It was called "antique soup" in ancient times. It got its name from the sound of "Gudong" when it was put into boiling water. It is an original Chinese food with a long history. According to textual research, the Eastern Han Dynasty cultural relic "wodou" unearthed after liberation is hot pot.
China's hot pot has a long history and has a long history.
Zongzi, also known as' jiaoshu 'and' tongzongzi ', is a traditional festival food for the Han people during the Dragon Boat Festival. It is made by steaming glutinous rice wrapped in zongzi leaves. The legend is spread in memory of Qu Yuan. It is the most profound traditional food in Chinese history and is deeply loved by people. In December 2010, two real zongzi were unearthed from an ancient tomb of Song Dynasty in De'an County, Jiangxi Province. According to research, this is the earliest real zongzi in the world. As early as the spring and Autumn period, the "tube Brown" appeared. In the Southern Dynasties, the zongzi with the combination of medicine and food also appeared. Until now, every year on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month, Chinese people have to soak glutinous rice, wash leaves and make dumplings. This custom has also spread to Korea, Japan and Southeast Asian countries.