Tom Miller

Sticky, slithery, squelchy, smacky: the authentic Chinese food experience

Fuchsia Dunlop enjoys a rich variety of dishes throughout China, including drunken hairy crabs, crisp pig’s ears, giant carp’s tails and delicate ducks’ tongues

The miniature creations of Cantonese dim sum can rival the technical brilliance of the finest French chefs. [Getty Images]

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