Bo Ji Chui, a local rice product in Zhanjiang, is one of the traditional snacks of the Han people in western Guangdong province.
Niusanxing is a traditional Guangzhou snack made with beef offal such as liver, kidney and tripe
Liangfen is a Chinese dish consisting of starch jelly that is usually served cold, with a savory sauce, often in the summer. It is usually made from bean or potato starch.
Water chestnut cake is a traditional Cantonese dim sum dish made during the Chinese New Year.
Located in the heart of the Pearl River Delta region, Shunde is considered the home of Cantonese cooks who like to use fresh and seasonal ingredients and preserve original flavor
Lettuce in Oyster Sauce, a famous Cantonese cuisine, is very popular in every season.
The sea bass is a nationally protected geographical indication product of Baijiao in city of Zhuhai.
Guangdong's citizens are fond of chicken feet and prepare them in various ways. This dish features meticulous cooking techniques.