Shanghai is a cultural melting pot with a dynamic cuisine and centuries of heritage. Originating during the Song（宋） dynasties, traditional Hu（沪） cooking combines what are known as Benbang and Haipai dishes from the Jiangnan region. At Hu’s core is a wine-braising method, featuring accents of Zhejiang vinegar and Shaoxing rice wine, and dishes consisting mainly of pork and seafood to create simultaneously complex, delicate, and fresh flavors with varying textures.
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