By Lurlene Bowden
It truly is stated, "The approach to a man's middle is thru his stomach!" No more true phrases were spoken. The twenty first century clinical know-how has confirmed it to be right. the way in which a meal is cooked and ready proves to be within the "puddin"! The Texas pioneers/settlers/colonists hunted, killed, butchered and cooked their meals...on an open fireplace. there have been no levels, however the open land to be conquered and settled
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O-chazuke is a rice dish flavoured with tea. Korea Like its neighbours, Korea has a rich tea-drinking culture. Green tea (nok ch’a) was introduced from Tang China during the reign of Queen S˘ond˘ok ( ‒) although tea drinking might have been known much earlier. Tea was initially prized for its medicinal properties and was also reserved for special occasions. King Munmu, who ruled from to , ordered tea to be used during ceremonial offerings. Tea-drinking in Korea is linked with the Panyaro Seon (Zen) of tea and is viewed as a spiritual, religious activity leading to higher levels of inner awakening, if not total enlightenment.
Chung Feng De Yi Lou tea-house in Yu Yuan Bazaar, Shanghai, China. The Green Tea House in Beijing, China. Chinese food expert Fuchsia Dunlop describes the manner of serving tea at a Sichuan tea-house: The Sichuanese rarely use teapots, but brew their loose tea leaves in individual china bowls with lids and saucers (this is known as ‘lid-bowl tea’ – gai wan cha). The saucer catches spills and protects the drinker from the hotness of the cup; the bowl is the drinking vessel; and the lid is used to keep the tea hot and, with a gentle sweeping motion, to help the water circulate as the leaves infuse.
The ancient Chamadao (‘Tea-Horse Road’) linked China’s south-west provinces of Yunnan and Sichuan with Tibet, Burma and beyond. To the north the Silk Road linked China with Central Asia, the Middle East and the Mediterranean. Another trading route, the Siberian Route, which opened up much later, linked China with Russia via Siberia and became known as the Tea Road. The idea of trading caravans evokes a romantic image. In reality, these journeys were fraught with dangers and hardships. The caravans travelled long distances, often over barren deserts, high mountain passes and along jungle trails.