Chinese language & culture in xinjiang 2012 –food

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Some meals --mainly from the halal cafeterias at Xinjiang Normal University, June-July 2012. The majority of the muslim students are Uyghur, but other Xinjiang minorities include Tajik, Kazakh, Xibo, …

Some meals --mainly from the halal cafeterias at Xinjiang Normal University, June-July 2012. The majority of the muslim students are Uyghur, but other Xinjiang minorities include Tajik, Kazakh, Xibo, Mongol, Kyrgyz and Hui students.

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  • 1. Chinese language & culture inXinjiang 2012 – meals on campus G P Witteveen http://gpwitteveen.googlepages.com/fulbright2012
  • 2. breakfasts
  • 3. break-andwarm-milk_breakingfast
  • 4. Boiled egg, meat mandu, prepared salads, bowl of thin rice gruel
  • 5. Steamed cornmeal bun, meat mandu, fry bread, salads, boiled egg
  • 6. Sweet bread, salads, mead mandu
  • 7. Savory soup with egg, assorted breads
  • 8. Weak tea, egg & scallion bread, mutton & onion-filled roll
  • 9. Lunch & Supper
  • 10. Banquet table with rotating glass center
  • 11. Birthday cake package from student store, cardboard crown included.
  • 12. dumpling-jyozu: dipping sauce + chili
  • 13. Goulash: potato, pasta, capsicum. Watermelon slice.
  • 14. Hotel restaurant 1
  • 15. Hotel restaurant 2
  • 16. Hotel restaurant 3
  • 17. Hotel restaurant 4
  • 18. Hotel restaurant 5
  • 19. Hotel restaurant 6
  • 20. Hotel restaurant 7
  • 21. Hotel restaurant 8
  • 22. Pasta & greens, capsicum
  • 23. Muslim cafeteria selections with rice: chicken, tofu, eggplant
  • 24. Variation on Lagmen noodle favorite among Uyghurs
  • 25. Lentil, rice, mutton; skewered chicken breast
  • 26. Impromptu breakfast bar al fresco (right)
  • 27. Baking nang bread in adobe-lined, top-feeding oven
  • 28. Saturday morning street market, north central Urumqi - June
  • 29. Saturday morning street market: eggs, melons, onions
  • 30. Melons at Saturday morning street market
  • 31. Homemade tea mix: flower, dried fruit…
  • 32. Supper set: tofu, chicken, potato entrees with rice.
  • 33. Mutton ribs, seasoned potato and raw onion platter.
  • 34. Cafeteria billboard for healthy eating; prep area behind the divider.
  • 35. Evening streetfood near campus of Xinjian Normal University: meat, bread.
  • 36. Tea, pasta with veg and capsicum, watermelon slice.
  • 37. Fish far from the ocean at hotel restaurant in Urumqi, Xinjiang, China.
  • 38. Toothed river fish (?chordat) of Altai prefecture of Xinjiang province.
  • 39. Muslim cafeteria entrees: tomato/egg, mutton, potato
  • 40. Uyghur ice-cream (yoghurt?) – international grand bazaar, Urumqi.
  • 41. Interior market for dried fruits: int’l grand bazaar, Urumqi
  • 42. Lakhmen to pour atop the thick white, hand-pulled noodles
  • 43. Lunch to go from campus cafeteria
  • 44. Famous pilaf (‘pulla’) with air-dried mutton
  • 45. Supper of beef dumplings
  • 46. supper-nang topped with egg, scallion, ?cheese
  • 47. “Truthiness” with family resemblance to the actual subject
  • 48. Welcome dinner before the 11 other entrees arrived