Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A thick white jelly resembling blanc-mange, made of beans, much eaten by the natives of northern China, Corea, and Japan.
“Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The appetizer sampler for two includes crispy bean-curd autumn rolls filled with mushroom, tri-color zenmaki, moo shu rolls and more.”
“The dish can convert even the most die-hard bean-curd sceptics, says Ms. Dunlop, speaking from experience.”
“Her late father had helped build the school in 1995 – 96 and she recalls him comparing it to "bean-curd dregs," or doufuzha — a metaphor for flimsy construction.”
“However the cuisine was wonderful: krispy pork, bbq pork, bean-curd, scallops...”
“I pointed to man spitting a long stream of bean-curd paste into pot of boiling water.”
“So this was what the mesh cage beneath the water had contained, freshwater shrimp, which my father was now dipping into a spicy bean-curd sauce and popping into his mouth with two bites and a swallow.”
“Did you not see that her face was as a bean-curd in its whiteness?”
“Now, from along the streets rise the calls of flower peddlers, of venders of fish, bean-curd, vegetables, and milk.”
“In a third are boiled buckwheat cakes or dumplings, and _tofu_ or bean-curd.”
“Ivory may be cleaned to look like new by using the whey of bean-curd, and rice may be protected from weevils and maggots by inserting the shell of a crab in the place where it is kept.”
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