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My Culture Story Oxtail Soup

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Rebecca Liu

on 29 September 2014

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Transcript of My Culture Story Oxtail Soup

My Culture Story (oxtail soup)
The Ingredients
As you probably already know, there is oxtail. Other ingredients are tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, garlic and onions.
Thanks For Watching!
Why it's so special
The cooking part
There's no water
Even though it's a soup and has a liquid part in it, there's no water. The tomatoes, garlic, and onions are cooked so much that they become liquid, and that substitutes the water.
The reason why this soup is so special to my family and not any other soup is because it's been in my family for a very long time. It was passed down from my great-grandmother to my grandmother to my mother.
When to Make it
When my great-grandmother started making oxtail soup, she only made it on Chinese New Year. The reason that she only made once a year was because oxtail was very hard to get back then. So she made it on Chinese
New Year, for that holiday
is very special to my
When my grandmother started to make oxtail soup, she made the soup on Chinese New Year and many other holidays celebrated in China as well. Because the food was much easier to get but still a little hard.
Now my mom cooks oxtail soup every few weeks for dinner, and also on Chinese New Year with our friends and family. Now the ingredients are much more easier to obtain then they used to.
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