I like old fire soup very much, but there isn't a pot for soup in my family. I always wanted to find a moderate and good quality corrugated. I have looked for a few Chinese supermarkets in New Jersey. They are all beautiful and beautifully designed but make me feel less confident. I just went to work near Philadelphia last week, went to Chinatown to eat roast duck, and after I had enough to go shopping in Chinatown, I saw this corrugated, the price is not expensive, I immediately rushed back. In the evening, I talked to my husband who was on a business trip in California. He said, "Yeah, I see you have been looking for a long time!" When the stupid big man was also careful, there was a need to pay attention to my needs.
When I came back, I used to wash the rice water for a night, then I used a clean water for a few hours, then brushed it clean, filled it with a pot of white water, and then slowly heated the medium fire to a medium heat, increasing it every half hour or so. When the heat is on, it will be fine to the middle. Until the water rolls, then pour off the water. Just deal with it.
After the new pot was processed, I stewed a pot of watercress soup. Wash a few pieces of soup bone and wash it with cold water. Inject 2/3 pot of water into the pot, put it into the soup bone, scallops, simmer and boil over medium heat for 30 minutes.
Add red dates and watercress, continue to cook over medium heat for 2 hours, season with salt.
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