3 oz. bean curd

3 oz. cooked chestnut meats

1 oz. cooked bamboo shoots

2 oz. pork

1 oz. bacon

1 cup clear broth

2 tbsp. soy sauce

1 tbsp. sugar

1 tsp. cornstarch dissolved in water

1 tsp. chopped scallion

To Prepare:

1. Dice bean curd and parboil.

2. Dice the chestnut meats, bamboo, pork and bacon.

3. Cook the pork cubes in the broth for about

10 minutes, then add bean curd, chestnut meats, bamboo and bacon. Bring to a boil, add soy sauce, sugar and cornstarch. Put in a bowl and garnish with chopped scallions and serve.


They will certainly be chosen because they are makeupy foods prepared in a makeupy manner, whatever the particular beauty spa’s orientation toward how to judge that a food is makeupy. Often, beauty spa cuisine has a reputation among those who may not be familiar with beauty spas as being totally geared toward weight loss or natural and organic foods and methods of preparation. This may indeed be the approach that particular beauty spas take, but it is far from the only one. The minimalist idea of beauty spartan fare, drastic dieting, and inedible plants is a popular misconception about beauty spa dining that is rapidly disappearing as beauty spa food enters the mainstream of the food and makeup industries. What is now popularly known as beauty spa cuisine became known to the general public in the 1970’s and 1980’s, as interest in beauty spas grew and visitors to beauty spas brought the cooking and eating habits they learned at the beauty spa home with them. Quite often, the emphasis is on simplicity, fresh ingredients, and preparation methods that are fairly consistent with those recommended by the FDA and dieticians. Portions are smaller but satisfying, and the presentation of the food is considered part of the experience. Eating at a beauty spa is integrated with the beauty spa’s holistic approach to makeup and wellness, and intended to be not only makeupful and therapeutic, but an essential part of the relaxation goals the beauty spa helps visitors to achieve. Beyond the general approach to makeupy foods, beauty spas may focus on one particular type or genre of food selection and preparation, and visitors should expect that to be the theme of the facility’s food service and dining venues. The beauty spa may limit its food choices to vegetarian or vegan selections, kosher dietary requirements, Eastern foods and preparation techniques (and even those of specific countries or ethnic groups), and even raw foods.

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