Miss Mochi's Adventures: Strawberry Bing Tanghulu (冰糖葫芦)--treats like in 'Little Pear' :) Joss will love this!

Miss Mochi's Adventures: Strawberry Bing Tanghulu (冰糖葫芦)--treats like in 'Little Pear' :) Joss will love this!

Thumbs up if you have eaten these delicious candied fruit-on-a-stick in Hangzhou, also known as Tanghulu! #hangzhou #china #dish #culture #asia #travel #explore #food #candy

Thumbs up if you have eaten these delicious candied fruit-on-a-stick in Hangzhou, also known as Tanghulu! #hangzhou #china #dish #culture #asia #travel #explore #food #candy

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Tanghulu-shanghai.jpg

Bingtang Hulu - also called Tanghulu, a popular snack in Tianjin & Beijing| What's On Tianjin. It is candied haw on a stick. (Haw is the fruit of the hawthorn tree.) Other fruits are used as well.

Bingtang Hulu - also called Tanghulu, a popular snack in Tianjin & Beijing| What's On Tianjin. It is candied haw on a stick. (Haw is the fruit of the hawthorn tree.) Other fruits are used as well.

Originally from Northern China, tanghulu is a favourite winter snack for children and the elderly alike. (Source: CRI )

Originally from Northern China, tanghulu is a favourite winter snack for children and the elderly alike. (Source: CRI )

Miss Mochi's Adventures: Strawberry Bing Tanghulu (冰糖葫芦)

Miss Mochi's Adventures: Strawberry Bing Tanghulu (冰糖葫芦)

Nasi Lemak Lover: Homemade Candy Haws (Tanghulu) 冰糖葫芦

Nasi Lemak Lover: Homemade Candy Haws (Tanghulu) 冰糖葫芦

Nasi Lemak Lover: Homemade Candy Haws (Tanghulu) 冰糖葫芦

Nasi Lemak Lover: Homemade Candy Haws (Tanghulu) 冰糖葫芦

Tanghulu 糖葫芦; literally "sugar gourd" also called bīng táng húlú 冰糖葫芦; bīng meaning "ice". Popular traditional winter treat in northern China, especially Beijing, and particularly for children. Fruits coated with a toffee syrup. (usually Chinese hawthorne. recently also berries, grapes, cherries, kiwi, pineapple)

Tanghulu 糖葫芦; literally "sugar gourd" also called bīng táng húlú 冰糖葫芦; bīng meaning "ice". Popular traditional winter treat in northern China, especially Beijing, and particularly for children. Fruits coated with a toffee syrup. (usually Chinese hawthorne. recently also berries, grapes, cherries, kiwi, pineapple)

Tanghulu | Tanghulu - a popular winter snack in Xiamen | What's On Xiamen I feel like something this delicious should be eaten year-round, though I think the entymology is very poetic.

Tanghulu | Tanghulu - a popular winter snack in Xiamen | What's On Xiamen I feel like something this delicious should be eaten year-round, though I think the entymology is very poetic.

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