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Soup Name:  Basic Chinese Chicken Soup Stock (Soup Base)

Traditional Chinese Name: 清雞湯 (qīng jī tāng)

Introduction: This is the base Chinese Chicken Soup stock that …

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We’re Still Here!

Submitted by on February 26, 2011 – 4:47 pmOne Comment | 3,522 views

No, we haven’t deserted this site.  We’re still hard at work churning out soups, but just 1.  haven’t had time to post them and 2.  have focused some of our time and energy else where.  Where you ask?  Yah, what could be more important than soups you say? HAHA… we’re actually hard at work trying to get published!

Who would have thought that building a full manuscript + writing the submission packages to various publishers would take so much time?  There was much discussion to whether we would self publish or go with a firm, but considering the distribution of some of the publishers, we figured we would go that route first.  It’s very exciting, we just have to focus and get this done.

So apologies that our progress in getting soups out has come to a snail’s pace, however we’re trying to balance it all.  Our main target for this year is to get published, so spending quality time to review, redo, re-photograph, and research all our top soups.  Again, thank you for all the comments, support and visits to this site.   Without our audience, there would be no Chinese Soup Lady and her existence would exist in our heads.  We are actually very open to having contributors if you are so interested.

For submissions you can submit:

  • Recipe similar to those in our posts (soup name in English – we can try to find the translation for you)
  • List and quantity of ingredients
  • 1 high quality picture of your soup
  • Additional information like benefits/risks
  • Your name (and/or website) for credit

Please submit to our email address at ladytong@thechinesesouplady.com.

Stay tuned, we will post more information on the progress of our book publication.  I wanted to get this message out to make sure that you know we’re doing it and we know that you know so we don’t slack! AH-HAHAHA.

Lisa & Tracy Tong

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