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Recently, Dongxi seven sisters chili passed the national geographical indication products trial. “Dongxi seven sisters chili” won the gold award in provincal agricultural fair. This chili is also known as capsicum frutescens var, which belongs to the solanaceae half woody periculennial plant. It often make the annual cultivation.The plant height is 30cm to 60cm. The […]

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013 at 05:20 | 0 comments
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As a mountainous city, Zhangjiajie boasts many of local products grown on the mountain, such as kiwi fruit, Qingyan green tea, lobster flower-scented green tea, pine mushrooms and wild arrowroot starch. We will introduce the honey orange. Honey oranges grow on both banks of Wulingyuan Suoxi and Jiangya Jiuxi nearby Wulingyuan. When mature, a single […]

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013 at 04:28 | 0 comments
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Pig blood porridge is a special food for tujia people. With the special significance, tujia people use it for ancestor worship and other specific occasion. Every year in March, it is the birthday of “heavenly Kings”. Tujia people will sacrifice to kill a pig. When coming to the temple, they will boil pig blood porridge […]

Friday, July 19th, 2013 at 01:55 | 0 comments
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Zhangjiajie Tuan San is a kind of food with national characteristic in zhangjiajie. Tuan San is commonly known as “glutinous rice group”,which is a kind of special food of Miao, TuJia, Bai and Han people. With an authentic steamed glutinous rice, people put it into a special board bottom and press with a food pigment […]

Friday, July 19th, 2013 at 01:52 | 0 comments
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ZJJ Xiangxi Bandit Duck is a very delicious, popular and traditional food in Xiangxi.Speaking of Xiangxi Bandit Duck,many people wonder how could a duck be called as a bandit.It is really a very funny and strange name. However,if you know about the story about the invention of the course,you will not have such a feeling. […]

Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 at 09:21 | 0 comments
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