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Question about cuts of meat?

by SailorJo

Have traveled in China as far west as Xian and Chongqing. Never thought about it, as it is how I cook at home, but all meats seem to be served cut in small pieces. Believe I heard some time ago this is for easier handling of chopsticks?
I saw whole animals and big parts of large ones in the markets.
So, someone who had been to Chengdu asked if bigger pieces of meat are ever served? Or, is the whole animal cut like this or do the bigger pieces--roasts
etc. go to chefs who might prepare them in European or American style?
Cannot imagine why anyone would want this in a place with such wonderful dishes.But then, I am amazed to see Mc Donalds and Pizza Hut and Starbucks where ever I go in the world??
Hope there is nothing inappropriate about this question. But would love a reply.
Am planning my own trip to Chengdu and on to Tibet.
Thank you so much

RE: Question about cuts of meat?

by hawkhead

Just back from China. In several places we had a whole chicken and duck served, also a pork hock. With the former they were put oin the middle of the table and we just removed pieces with chopsticks. With the pork hock, it arrived whole but the waitress cut it up into slices and then put it in the centre of the table. All these restaurants were where the locals ate, and we were definitely the only Westerners they had seen for ages, if at all!

RE: Question about cuts of meat?

by xuessium

HI!

I will reply generically.

Chinese cuisines usually serves items in smaller portions for a variety of reasons. Yes, one of them is to make them easier for chopsticks use. Second, it is also easier to bite and chew. Thirdly, it is also easier to cook. Even when bigger cuts of meat are purchased & cooked (and yes, Chinese cuisine does cook large chunks of meat), the cooked chunk would be cut up and served.

Generally, you don't cut your own food in Chinese cuisine as per what you would do with a piece of steak. There is no rooms for knives on a dinner table.

Thank you so much, those were what I was thinking, but didn't want to give wrond information.

by SailorJo

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Being the capital city of China's most populated province, Sichuan, Chengdu is a no-night, full-life city hustling - bustling with people and tourists energized by its world famous cuisines, which are never short of pepper and spices.

Lu Ding bridge is over Da Du...

by gigi_huang

Lu Ding bridge is over Da Du River. I said that it became famous for a battle during Long March. During the battle, the Red Army had to go across this bridge that had no such board where I was standing on in this pic. Horrifying! I couldn't move when I stepped onto the bridge, which was swinging, and I could see the swirls in the river.

Chengdu - Home of China's Pandas

by Willettsworld

Chengdu is the capital of Sichuan in western China and is a huge city where there's construction everywhere just like in other cities all over the country. But unlike most other cities, Chengdu isn't just full of bland office blocks, apartments or shopping malls. There's visible history here in the form of some superb temple and monastery complexes plus a Tang dynasty tomb. But its main draw card is the world famous Giant Panda Research Breeding Base where you can visit some very cute pandas feeding themselves bamboo early in the morning. I flew in to Chengdu from Lijiang and spent a few days here and used it as a base in order to visit the Great Buddha at Leshan.

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