Duck Time

We are out for Beijing Kao Ya.



More to come!




It was suggested that th thing on the left was a favorite of a priest friend in St. Paul, which he dubbed “Rat On A Stick”.








On the way home…


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  1. wanda says:

    I have been waiting for this very post! Show me…..dumplings!
    Have a wonderful meal and enjoy some down time.

  2. Rich says:

    looks like a bright monday

  3. Tony Layne says:

    Cogito ergo dim sum. Therefore I think these are pork buns.

    O for an honest-to-goodness Chinese restaurant! I’m so sick and tired of these cookie-cutter shops with all the menu items pre-bagged by the same distributor. That meal looked divine!

  4. quixoticfreak says:

    delicious… wow…
    bringing out the Chinese in moi…

  5. Andrew says:

    The chinese waiter whispering to the owner: “there is a spy here dressed as a catholic priest taking photographs of our dishes. What should I do?”
    Owner: “let’s not stir up any trouble. Give him a larger portion of duck.”

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  7. Art says:

    I’m drooling Fr! After fasting for Lent, it will take a while for me to work myself up to eating something as rich as what you had.

  8. irishgirl says:

    Never had Chinese food, aside from a rice dish once or twice in a mall joint.
    But what you had, that looks pretty good, Father Z!
    ‘Rat On A Stick’-oh, that’s very funny!

  9. MJ says:

    Oh YUMMY!! You know, the best Chinese food I’ve ever had was in Paris, France of all places. Hahaa. :) I’ve heard that there is a very good Chinese restaurant in Germany as well, near the FSSP seminary in Wigratzbad, actually…

    Why is it that most of the US has all of these “fast food Chinese” places instead of the good stuff?!

  10. tianzhujiao says:

    Looks delicious Father!!!!! Had plans to try a new Portuguese restaurant this weekend…..I think we’ll go for Peking Duck instead.

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