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Lek Shi Mkt 01

Lek Shi Mkt 01

Celery top left, China Rose radish top right, stem lettuce (celtuce) in the foreground.


Lek Shi Mkt 02

Lek Shi Mkt 02

Focus of this picture is the baby ginger in the center...


Lek Shi Mkt 10

Lek Shi Mkt 10

Winter Melon, apparently sold in halves and quarters.


Lek Shi Mkt 11

Lek Shi Mkt 11

Bags of spices at one of the spice vendors at the market


Lek Shi Mkt 12

Lek Shi Mkt 12

These appear to be Tree Ear mushrooms, which are an integral part of Sichuan cuisine...or so it would appear, as they have been on the table at virtually every meal I was served, including breakfast.


Lek Shi Mkt 13

Lek Shi Mkt 13

Note the hunk cut out of the right hand slab. That is how it was sold, by slice, by weight.


Lek Shi Mkt 3

Lek Shi Mkt 3

China Rose radish.


Lek Shi Mkt 4

Lek Shi Mkt 4

Lotus root on the left, what appears to be a daikon in the center, and something I don't recognize or remember on the right.


Lek Shi Mkt 5

Lek Shi Mkt 5

Beans on the left, bitter melon in the middle and cucumbers on the right.


Lek Shi Mkt 6

Lek Shi Mkt 6

What they call Stem Celery on the left, then what appears to be blanched scallions (green onions) and blanched garlic chives on the right.


Lek Shi Mkt 7

Lek Shi Mkt 7

One of the many mushroom varieties for sale all over the province...apparently Yunnan has even more...


Lek Shi Mkt 8

Lek Shi Mkt 8

Lotus root on the left, Long Bean in the center, then a winter squash and some cucumbers.


Lek Shi Mkt 9

Lek Shi Mkt 9

Lab Lab beans (Dolichos lablab) which is grown primarily as an ornamental in the States, but which is an important food crop in Sichuan and much of Asia.