Saw this walking home yesterday and just had to share. I love living on the edge of Chinatown it really reminds you of how diverse the food universe is. I’m sure this is just a bad translation, but I sure am curious what actually is? A broth thickened with rice flour? And what exactly makes it “country-style”?
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