BEIJING (AP) It was an odd scene at a popular Chinese wine bar: a couple of young women chatting casually, a bottle of white wine in hand.
Then, out of nowhere, a pair of women came to the counter and began to talk.
“What is this?” one of them said, to which the other woman responded: “It’s a giri.”
“That’s a grape,” said the woman with a slight smile.
“It looks like a grape.”
A couple of years ago, the wine bar was the scene of a huge riot at the same place, where thousands of people had gathered for a gala event.
Some were protesting against the country’s corruption, which has led to hundreds of deaths in the past year.
They had come to celebrate the opening of a new gala venue.
The wine bar’s owners had refused to let them inside.
In China, the word “giri” literally means “a white wine.”
But the word is more commonly used to describe a wine that tastes like grape.
The Chinese are known for its wine, and many have found a way to blend the taste of wine with the flavors of cheese, pork, lamb and pork.
A giri is usually a white wine, with an acidity similar to a white grape, and usually from a vineyard that produces more than a handful of grapes.
It has a low alcohol content and low acidity, making it easy to drink without feeling bitter.
It’s also a great drink for a day in the sun.
In the United States, the term giri comes from the French word for “grape,” meaning “vineyard.”
In China and elsewhere, giri has become a buzzword for the Chinese.
It is often a dish in Chinese restaurants, where a few servings of the wine are served as a main course or dessert.
But it has also become a foodie staple for many.
One of the most popular giri recipes is the one that follows: a mix of pork and beef and rice with sweet potato, onions, green onions and cheese.
You can even make it a vegetarian version with no meat at all.
“It’s one of those things that the Chinese love because it’s just so simple,” said Mark Liao, a California native who owns the Chinese American Wine & Cheese Museum in Sacramento.
“I have a gonière in the refrigerator and I have a wine in the fridge.
You don’t need anything more than that.”
A gonière is an old Chinese dish, like giri but without the meat.
It uses a variety of ingredients including dried meat and meat-based sauce, plus cheese, onions and some spices.
It usually has a few glasses of wine and a couple pieces of cheese on the side.
This giri recipe calls for about one cup of water and a few tablespoons of milk.
Ingredients:For the pork: 1 pound pork shoulder roast, skin removed and cut into strips 1 cup pork broth 1 tablespoon salt, plus more to taste 1 onion, finely chopped 1 cup chopped red bell pepper 1 small carrot, diced 1/4 cup fresh basil 1/2 cup chopped green onionsFor the cheese: 1/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese 1/5 cup finely grated Romano cheese For the onions: 1 medium yellow onion, peeled and diced 1 cup sliced scallions 1 cup grumbled green onions For the basil: 1 large clove of garlic, minced 1/8 cup chopped fresh basil For the cheese sauce: 1 tablespoon sugar For the chicken: 1 head of chicken, cut into 1/16 inch cubes 1/10 cup vegetable stock For the wine: 2 cups water for the wine 1 cup milk For the sauce: 2 tablespoons sugar For more pictures: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6q0fJQ5u6fY For more recipes, go to www.thewinebar.com or contact me at [email protected]