nataliia: The soup I will hopefully have in my buffet breakfast at the Tangla Hotel for my birthday on January 3rd! On a more serious note, I do love me some Sapporo ramen. Some people think this type of ramen tastes too strongly of fermented bean paste, and prefer lighter soup stocks, but it doesn't broth-er miso much.
nusha842008: Oh my!!! My friend jokes, I am not a fun of soups at all))) but I am ready to eat them all at once for this stay. In mind comes blood soup from Vietnam, smth like tiết canh, made from fresh poultry blood, awful combination and taste))) cannot be eaten without hips of shots or only for the sake of this Tangla. And my friend LOLs now a lot)))
jerrodweston: Lentil Soup is the soothing comfort food that combats the unforgiving Beijing wind. The feeling it creates is hearty and wholesome, while making happiness out of its simple texture. Lentil soup always encourages just one more spoonful.
fabadabadoo: My infamous Pizza Soup!
Pizza has a tomato base with any toppings you'd like on your pizza - I use onions, green peppers, black olives, mushrooms and pepperoni - serve it in a breadbowl, throw some mozzarella cheese on top and put it under the broiler for a minute. YUM!!!!!
sherms: Seems we're going to be heading to Solana after church for brunch this Sunday. Hopefully my preschooler will find it interesting and decide to eat (a battle with her these days). The price was not included in this article though. But I found it in another article :). Thanks guys.
hazh1p: Borscht. Before her Ukrainian mother first cooked it for me, my fiancee told me of a historical legend where, after conquering a town in Ukraine and then demanding to eat the local delicacy, an invading Turk general insulted the borscht presented to him by the town's best cook. This passionate woman was so insulted and furious that she reacted by hitting him in the head with her scoop and then drowning him in the soup. That town was renamed Borshchiv and now has an annual festival celebrating this grisly "murder by borscht-boarding". So obviously, my FAVOURITE soup in the whole world is borscht... and my fiancee's mother's borscht is definitely the MOST delicious ever. And my fear of being beet to death by my future mother-in-law most certainly has nothing to do with this opinion at all...
teambj: There's nothing like cycling through the hutongs to one of Beijing's many great parks and then getting out and mixing it up on the exercise equipment with the amazing Chinese octogenarians who put your flexibility and muscle to shame. #doyouevenlift
teambj: Beijing is like a street food mecca, you have to love the migrant workers and their street food craft.
Here's my two cents on a late night Beijing street food date (and morning after): after you stumble out late having had one too many 'jius, with a lady or man on your arm, look for that red flashing neon light bent into the sign of happiness, skewered. Vegetarian or Meat eater, bbq or scorched in soup, no matter, Chuanr love for all.
With the skewer sustenance down pat to get you through the night (WINK WINK), take her out in the morning for a Jian Bing. Symbolically it says so much, I'm deep. I'm all about what's inside and your crunchy goodness. I'll stand with you even if you get egg on your face.