We call bun a "bao". It is most commonly a Hokkien-cuisine. I had them because it is common to me. We pretty much put meat in bun. I don't know about bean in bun, I don't like it that much. We call it "Dou sha bao" (dou sha means bean-paste). Since it's pork that we usually put in this(at most times, it's pork), I don't like buns at all(I don't even eat red-meat).
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I swindled my way to victory. I was winning and made many mistakes and started losing. White did a great job of taking advantage of my mistakes, but because white was slower to move the time became an issue. Poor white was staring at victory if only there was more time. I celebrated with steamed shrimp dumplings with a soy ginger sauce! #food
This was an interesting game. It was hard to tell who was winning. I had significantly more material but black had more activity and kept me on the defensive. At this point, black hoped I would be so excited about the "free" bishop, take it, and lose my queen. I did not fall for that and passed on the "free" bishop. I celebrated with a bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich! #food
I put white in a jam. White has to use the queen to block my A pawn from promoting to another queen but my B pawn will slowly be moving up the board to get promoted. White can take my B pawn because I will not trade my rook for the bishop, but I will move my rook to the 1st rank and win white's queen. I celebrated with spaghetti with meat sauce! food