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Posted by
shoti (somewhere in, China) on 28 May 2009 in Food & Cuisine.

HK cuisine

you can find many roasted ducks along the streets of HK and in other parts of China. Most of it really look delectable, I dunno but I still love Peking Duck.

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Ragnar from Tromsø, Norway

dam.. You just made me hungry! Those necks have some real interesting twists to them, and I like the colours in the picture.

28 May 2009 8:19am

Onlymehdi from Wayne, United States

Very Nice

28 May 2009 2:32pm

Mariana from waterloo, Canada

Excellent shot ! Great clarity..looks delicious :))

28 May 2009 4:33pm

Ravi from Bangalore, India

liked the clarity in the shot

29 May 2009 3:37am

P J W Miller from Chase Terrace, United Kingdom

Mouthwatering

29 May 2009 7:24am

e11even from eleven, United States

well done.... haha couldnt resist!

30 May 2009 3:24pm

Alex from Barcelona, Spain

Parecen patos, verdad? es otra forma de ver a estos animales, que no siempre son tan bonitos como nos pensamos, buen trabajo.
Saludos

31 May 2009 10:19am

Cindy from Princeton, United States

This picture makes me hungry. :)

1 Jun 2009 3:59pm

Isidro from Barcelona, Spain

gran nitidad la de estos patos a punto de ser comidos!

1 Jun 2009 11:25pm

dj.tigersprout from New York City, United States

now that is a window treat!!! :) wonderful and delicious!!

2 Jun 2009 12:52am

stormtrooper from Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam

Wish you crop the left side. Wonder how crispy duck taste eh?

4 Jun 2009 3:43am

Thomas from Bangalore, India

They look delicious.

5 Jun 2009 5:05am

Laurie from New Jersey, United States

Duck is tasty. I'm not used to seeing cooked fowl with the head still attached though...lol.

8 Jun 2009 3:57pm

sawsengee from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

I was told, the crispy skins are the best......but, I am a vegetarian.

9 Jun 2009 9:28am

NIKON D90
1/10 second
F/13.0
ISO 200
19 mm

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