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

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