chrl42 wrote:General Tso's Chicken (don't how it's called in China)
IPT wrote:I don't generally drink tea while eating. I don't like to mix tastes and don't want anything to overpower the Wulong I drink.
bryan_drinks_tea wrote:I'm usually willing to try new things, and i'm willing to do something like this sometime again. I've actually found that gyoza, or japanese dumplings, go well with wuyi oolongs. (sencha goes well too, but that is another topic). I found that the fatty flavors from the beef tend to really help bring out the sweetness and depth of flavor in those teas.