Sharing a Hotpot

Chinese cuisine is endlessly varied, frequently divine and – at its most traditional – eaten communally. Arguably, nothing better encapsulates this spirit of sharing than a hotpot: a bubbling bowl of spiced broth placed in the center of the table to act, fondue-like, as a means of cooking everything from slices of meat and fresh vegetables to seafood, tofu and wontons.

Sharing a hotpot

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