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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

ABC Wednesday:P for Peking/Beijing Duck





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When I was growing up, Beijing used to be known as Peking.

Peking duck is a roasted duck, Slivers of thinly slice duck breast meat is skillfully cut and eaten in a little wrap with strips of cucumber and spring onion. I find this a wasteful way of eating duck. I like to gnaw on the bones.

This was taken in Singapore. The restaurant was called fortunate. I told my host, no wonder they make a fortune. They charge you for a whole duck, and give you a few slivers.

8 comments:

Mona said...

It tasted good, hope you can see my P entry, thanks.

Roger Owen Green said...

Still called Peking duck in the US, even though the city name has change. I love it, BTW.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Gattina said...

I love Peking duck too,I ate it for the first time in Chinatown in London and I don't know why they changed the name of the city !

photowannabe said...

Peking Duck is such a tasty dish. You made me hungry just thinking about it. Great post. Like your last statement about charging for the whole duck and just getting slivers. (:0)

Ginny said...

You have solved the mystery of Peking and Beijing for me!!! I couldn't figue out if they were two different places or had changed names or what. I have heard that Peking duck takes days to make and is almost impossible to do at home.

Mel Cole said...

How nice that Beijing is known as Peking before. I never tasted duck meat yet. Would love you to visit my ABC Wednesday page here.

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Hi Ann!! Your post today makes me hungry!!

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Martha Z said...

It has been years since I roasted a duck. I don't think I would be satisfied with a little sliver.