"Char siu literally means fork burn/roast—'char' being fork (both noun and verb) and 'siu' being burn/roast—after the traditional cooking method." – David&Andrea
Recipe of the Day
Cantonese Barbecued Pork
This tastes like the pork served in my favorite Chinese restaurant. Serve at room temperature arranged in overlapping layers on a platter. Garnish with cucumber slices, if desired.
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