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Friday, December 28, 2012

We Dare You to Watch This Video Without Getting Hungry for Chinese Food

Posted By on Fri, Dec 28, 2012 at 12:30 PM

click to enlarge A video hasn't made us this hungry since Jiro Dreams of Sushi.
  • A video hasn't made us this hungry since Jiro Dreams of Sushi.

Eat your way through China vicariously with the folks behind the Perennial Palate in this quick video, The Traveler's Republic of Tofu. Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine are the team behind prior gems such as For Udon and Country and From Japan With Love (and Dashi), and the latest video is a quick overview of everything they ate in China during two weeks of travel condensed into less than four minutes. We want everything in it, from the roast duck to the steamed buns to the bowls of noodle soup -- and will probably be ordering Chinese takeout for dinner tonight.

See also:

- Watch Delfina's Charming Holiday Video

- Today in Future News: Scary Robot Chefs and Laser Knives

- Adventures of the Radish That Looks Like a Man

The Traveler's Republic of Tofu from The Perennial Plate on Vimeo.

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Anna Roth is SF Weekly's former Food & Drink Editor and author of West Coast Road Eats: The Best Road Food From San Diego to the Canadian Border.


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