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Qingtuan Cooking Workshop

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Qingtuan Cooking Workshop

Classes
Friday, April 6
5 - 7 pm
Food Apps Lab Babcock Hall
Cost: Free
Make Qingtuan with Cuisine, Global Connections, and CSSA
Qingtuan, a traditional Chinese food, is usually enjoyed at the spring time. It is made of wormwood and glutinous rice and has a green color. Wormwood is one of the most common green dye. In different area of China, people use different food for dying such as bady loofah or rattus grass. The filling is usually red bean paste or salted egg yolk. Come cook Qingtuan with Cuisine, Global Connections, and CSSA, and enjoy the spring!
Qingtuan, a traditional Chinese food, is usually enjoyed at the spring time. It is made of wormwood and glutinous rice and has a green color. Wormwood is one of the most common green dye. In different area of China, people use different food for dying such as bady loofah or rattus grass. The filling is usually red bean paste or salted egg yolk. Come cook Qingtuan with Cuisine, Global Connections, and CSSA, and enjoy the spring!

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WUD Global Connections

Albiona Sabani
globalconnections@union.wisc.edu

Chinese Student and Scholars Association

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