In Chinese tradition, scallops, whose shells look like money, represent good fortune, so they’re auspicious to serve for the Lunar New Year. Ask your fishmonger for scallops that are similar in size so that they cook in the same amount of time. Chinese sausage (lop chong) looks like skinny salami and is sold in the refrigerator section of most Asian markets.
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Sorry-this is not a review, but what is a Chinese Sausage?
I live in Bermuda-have all your magazines since # 11-never seen or heard of a Chinese Sausage....any substitutes?
Thank you in advance-Gayle Clay
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