A Bite of China

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  • 2012
  • 1 Season
  • 8.5  (518)

The show "A Bite of China" is a Chinese documentary TV series focused on the history of food, cooking and eating in China. This television series introduces its audience to the history behind various types of foods in China in more than 60 locations in the city of Hong Kong as well as Taiwan.

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Seasons
Our Farm
7. Our Farm
June 22, 2012
The final episode of season one culminates in a perfect blend of surf and turf - featuring signature dishes like "Sauteed Sea Cucumber", "Crab Soup Dumpling", "Taro Braised Pork" and more...
A Perfect Blend of Five Flavors
6. A Perfect Blend of Five Flavors
June 17, 2012
This episode focuses on some of the most well known dishes that represent the complexity of flavors in Chinese cuisine, such as Mapo Tofu, Spicy Hot Pot, Salt Baked Chicken, Orange Duck and more...
Secrets of the Kitchen
5. Secrets of the Kitchen
June 20, 2012
Featuring dishes like the boiler chicken from Kunming, steamed pork buns from Yangzhou, sweet and sour fish from Hangzhou & more.
The Taste of Time
4. The Taste of Time
June 3, 2012
Get the insider's scoop on popular preserved delicacies like Chinese kimchi, Chinese sausage, Jinhua ham and shrimp paste.
Inspiration for Change
3. Inspiration for Change
May 27, 2012
Learn about the history and uses of Chinese food staples like tofu, Shaoxing wine, soy sauce and Mongolian milk tea.
The Story of Staple Foods
2. The Story of Staple Foods
May 20, 2012
As Chinese street food is sweeping across major cities like New York - see how the originals are made. Featuring famous spicy "Rou Jia Mo" burgers of Xi'an, Lanzhou beef noodles & much more.
Gifts from Nature
1. Gifts from Nature
May 13, 2012
Episode one features Pickled pork simmered with bamboo shoots from Zhejiang, deep-fried lotus root sandwich from Hubei, boiled "bullet mackerel" with pickled cabbage from Hainan & more.
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The show "A Bite of China" is a Chinese documentary TV series focused on the history of food, cooking and eating in China. This television series introduces its audience to the history behind various types of foods in China in more than 60 locations in the city of Hong Kong as well as Taiwan.

  • Premiere Date
    May 13, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    8.5  (518)