Also called griddlecake, flapjack, and hotcake, this is a round, flat cake made of batter cooked on a griddle, skillet, or frying pan. They vary in thickness and flavor depending on the recipe.
A Chinese dish, also called century egg or thousand-year egg, these eggs are preserved by being coated with a mixture of lime, ashes and salt then buried for 100 days. The whites of the eggs become firm, translucent, and dark amber in color, and the york becomes creamy and dark green to black in color. The flavor is pungent. Chicken eggs are usually used.
A food made from ground meat (pork, beef, chicken, etc.) mixed with salt, spices, herbs, and other seasonings, usually covered in a casing (e.g. animal intestine or synthetic). Sausage recipes vary greatly in terms of ingredients and process. They come freshly made or preserved (e.g. smoked, cured, etc.).
A beachfront food where seafood (e.g. clams, lobsters, mussels, crabs, etc.) and other foods (e.g. corn-on-the-cob, potatoes, onions, etc.) are steam cooked in a pit filled with hot rocks (heated by wood fire first), topped with layers of seaweed and the above foods, and all covered with wet canvas.