It’s 4pm on a breezy winter day in Xiamen, a coastal city in southeastern China. A line of eager diners has formed outside a small eatery on Kaiyuan Road, a major thoroughfare famous for its street food.The shop, Liangshan Food Stall, does not open until 5pm, but there are already people waiting outside. They’ve come to try the owner’s speciality: sweet and sour pork.But this is not just any sweet and sour pork. Liangshan’s version is legendary for its textural contrast – crispy on the outside…


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