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dumpling

A large unexcavated mass, usually at the center of an excavated area, which is left undisturbed; may be removed when the work nears completion.
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Considering the efficiency of the process and the quality of dumpling wrapper, SE was set as the most important factor.
"As the leading brand in the shrimp dumpling market, we will continue to expand our presence in this sector," a Dongwon F and B official said.
Siyuan Dumpling's sweet and sour chicken plate had a reddish sauce covering chicken pieces which were much smaller than Joy Luck's.
Adding, "We have experimented with various ingredients and have brought in some brilliant dim sums like Kung pao flavoured dumplings, phoenix eye dumpling, Chicken Pearl dumpling, prawns & Bell Pepper dumplng, xiao long baochicken dumpling- the traditional soup dumpling & more!
The Jews of ancient Bukhara--which today comprises parts of several modern central Asian nations--embraced another filled dumpling tradition.
Crafted like a traditional Chinese dumpling, these all-new dumplings are made using the customary pork shoulder, succulent dark meat chicken and offer a high meat-to-vegetable ratio.
The dumpling dough, which is the same as biscuit dough, needs to be dolloped on top of the chicken.
Summary: Xing Zhong Xu, head chef at Royal China restaurant, shows us creative new ideas for dumpling fillings.
I'm here for Knodelfest - a dumpling festival that has run every September for the past 30 years in St-Johann-in-Tirol.
On a recent Sunday night in his restaurant Deda, owner Gor Oganesian showed me how to eat hinkali, a classic Georgian dumpling filled with a beef meatball and its broth, its dough twisted into a stem on top.
Dumpling Days is a charming book about family and searching for identity.
A 77-year-old Ukrainian man won a jar full of sour cream for coming first in a dumpling eating contest and then promptly died, local media reported on Wednesday.