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Not if you spell Pot with a capital P (like you and I both did): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hot_Pot

Curiously, that's the way I spelled it in their search engine w/o a problem... dunno.


Sounds tasty!

It is, plus it's a healthy meal and a very fun thing to do with family and/or friends. I never pass up a chance to share hot pot with my Asian friends. Napa cabbage or Bok Choy, Rice Noodles, Beansprouts and Tofu are common vegetables added to the broth on an as needed basis. Meats commonly include thinly sliced Beef, Chicken, Shrimp (usually in the shell), Scallops and sometimes Crap Legs and maybe some Jiaozi (though you would omit the last, as they're usually made with ground pork as an ingredient, or maybe substitute a kreplach.) I much prefer homemade shells in Asian dumplings over using something like store bought wonton skins. http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://1.bp.blogspot.com.... The dipping sauces are phenomenal.

Bob
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