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Anatomy of Peking Duck

A Chinatown building in San Francisco | Antonio Diaz
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A dish with a royal lineage and a history spanning more than 400 years, Peking duck has inspired chefs, movie stars and poets. Learn more about this distinctively Chinese delicacy by clicking around below.

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Learn more about Chinese cuisine and its evolution on "<a data-cke-saved-href="https://www.kcet.org/shows/the-migrant-kitchen" href="https://www.kcet.org/shows/the-migrant-kitchen" target="_blank">The Migrant Kitchen</a>" S3 E4: Mister Jiu's Chinatown
Mister Jiu's Chinatown

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