The Beijing News (Reporter Zhang Yu) today is a small summer, four days after the summer heat, you can now put the mutton soup on the agenda. Why do you say that? Xuzhou, Jiangsu has an old saying: "Fuyang a bowl of soup, do not need to open a prescription." At this time, the lamb meat is delicate, tender and delicious. After a bowl of mutton soup, it is comfortable and appetizing.
After a bowl of mutton soup, the body is comfortable and the appetite is greatly increased. Respondents for the map
Eating the sheep "The soul of Xuzhou summer diet"
Although the mutton is delicious, if you say that you are drinking a bowl of steaming mutton soup with this hot sun, I am afraid that many people are hesitant. But for Xuzhou people, this bowl of mutton soup is the soul of summer.
On this day of the year, Xuzhou people will drink a bowl of mutton soup. Although the specific reasons have not been finalized for the time being, for the Xuzhou people who love to eat lamb, eating "Fuyang" has already become the default custom.
Why do you want to drink a bowl of hot soup? Yin Jiankui, an adviser to the Xuzhou Culinary Association, told reporters that because people often feel tired and tired in the summer and lose their appetite, the older generation will pay attention to drinking a bowl of mutton soup to perspire and promote appetite.
"According to Chinese medicine, Futian can help Changyang to rise, remove the moisture accumulated in the human body, and lay a good foundation for autumn yang, which plays a role in health care. Plus the mutton itself is nutritious and can help people to strengthen their health. So, there is an old saying on our side that is called 'a bowl of mutton soup, no need to open a prescription.'"
The lamb at this time is also slightly different. Because the grass in the hilly area is delicious, summer has become the best time for the lambs to grow up. The production of mutton soup is more like the choice of fleshy, tender and delicious lamb. In the choice of the staple food, it is suitable for the glutinous rice steamed with the new wheat after the harvest.