If you haven’t visited it yet, or recently, you’ve got to see the menu (sorry) at eatingchinese.org, a glorious site that brings together everything to do with chinese food that can be done online, including:
chinese crepes on YouTube–what a great idea to expand upon for all of us living and traveling in China. Videos of street food being prepared all over China, available for food lovers to figure out how they might do it themselves.
photos of regional cuisine such as this gallery of food from Xi’an (with the famous yangrou paomo 羊肉泡膜, or mutton broth with broken bread). (They probably don’t need millions of photos of Sichuan hotpot, but they might appreciate some unusual meal you had recently).
chinese food discussion forums such as Chinese fast food: Not Western Fast Food in China, or Chinese Fast
Food in the West. What’s up with all the Hot Pot chains named for furry
cratures? How is Ronghua Chicken doing? What about Ma Lan Noodles, Da
Niang dumplings or “Real Kung Fu Eats?” and