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Hakka Mi Cang 米呈 (Orange Peel 橙皮味)

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In the past, Hakka made rice (locally called rice), or as a snack tea, or as a gift of respect, it is very common and very good. During the Spring Festival, every woman prepares peanuts, sesame seeds and various kinds of fragrant raisins, and smashes the scented scented scented tea, puts on the rice course, and invites the neighbors to go to the house to eat rice. When the relatives arrived, the first step was to check the rice tea (the Hakka people called the inspection), and this family invited the family, please treat the guests as decent, very comfortable.

Children are the most like to eat rice, but in the past, due to life, the average family made rice, after all, limited. Therefore, in order to receive the guests, the poor people will take a pot of two pots of rice and give the children a taste. Then they will hide them in the most hidden place in the corner. Some of the children with their mouths saw that others were eating rice, and they went home to the shed and turned over and sneaked.

过去客家人制米程(当地叫打米程),或作点心茶料,或作敬品礼品,十分普遍,又十分上乘。春节期间,家家妇女,备好花生、芝麻和各种香莱,擂成香喷喷的大钵咸茶,摆上米程,把左邻右舍、上家上屋请来共吃米程茶。亲戚到来,一入门就是检米程茶(客家人上叫检),而且这家请了那家请,把能请到客人视为体面,十分惬意。

小孩是最喜欢吃米程的,但过去因生活所迫,一般家庭制作米程,毕竟有限。因此,穷苦人家为了接待人客,打一锅二锅米程,把边角料给小孩试尝后,便把存下的藏在棚角最隐蔽的地方。一些嘴馋的孩子看到别人吃米程,便回家上楼棚翻缸倒瓮偷吃。
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