Boasting a history of more than 100 years, erduoyanzhagao is made of rice flour. It has small red beans and white granulated sugar as its stuffing.
As one of China's time-honored brands, the goubulibaozi enjoys great fame around the globe.
Shibajiemahua emerged at the end of the 19th century, home-made and preservative-free.
Because the soy flour is sprinkled on top in the final processing, it is like the loess that was raised by wild donkeys which was rolled and rolled, so it was named "Lvdagunr" (donkey rolling).
Sugar piles are common snacks in north China in winter. The ancient-styled practices began in the Song Dynasty (960-1279).
Tea soup is alleged to have originated in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
The pancake is made of a blended liquid of mung bean, millet, spices, and water.