中国饮食 (Chinese Foods)
ebook ∣ 人文中国书系(Cultural China Series)
By Liu Junru
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《中国饮食》内容简介：中国有一句流传甚广的俗语"民以食为天"，足见"吃"在中国人生活中的重要地位。吃，不仅为饱腹，有得吃、能吃、会吃被视为一种"福气"。后世推崇饮食文化的人常常引用中国古代思想家孔子的话"饮食男女，人之大欲存焉"，为自己享受生活的态度找到了积极、正向的思想依据。世界上可能再也没有一个地方像中国这样有着如此众多的美味佳肴，讲吃福的中国人，不仅在自己的广阔疆域内开创了种类繁多的地方口味，在日常生活中体现出视生活为艺术的人生态度，还将饮食文化远播海外，在天涯若比邻的今天，在世界各大国际都市均可吃到中国菜。（When it comes to food, the Chinese have a common saying, "the masses regard food as their heaven", which means that food is people's primal want. It should clearly justify the importance that "eating" holds in Chinese people's lives. Eating is not just meant to fill the stomach; having food at one's disposal, being able to consume a good amount of food, and knowing what and how to eat are all viewed as a good "fortune". Those who promote food culture often use the words of Chinese philosopher Confucius, "diet and love-making, all primal needs of every human being," finding an aspiring and positive thought basis for such an epicurean lifestyle. There is probably not another place in this world that has as great a variety of delicious fare as China. The Chinese, who see eating as a fortune styles in its own vast lands, but have also spread Chinese food culture to far across the seas. Today, in this world where even the farthest corners can seem as close as one's back yard, Chinese food can be enjoyed in each and every metropolitan throughout the world.）