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 Chinese "Lop Chong" pork sausages

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yumbo

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Chinese "Lop Chong" pork sausages Mon, 04/21/03 4:29 PM (permalink)
Has anyone had Chinese Lop Chong sausages? They're hard sausages, made from pork and honey. If you want to experience Chinese comfort food, chop up some of these babies and dump them into a rice cooker along with the rice and water as you normally would do. The steam is all you need to cook them.

You can find these in any Asian market, or at gourmet supermarkets in the refrigerated display case.

-Yumbo
 
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