Eating is a free-for-all: Just pick what you like and dip it in the liquid water at our house, although you can use broth — no need to wait until someone else is finished before you dive in. We always use chopsticks, although a fork will work just fine. Generally, nothing except the frozen dumplings requires more than a few minutes of cooking. The Mysteries of 'Bullhead' In our family, three ingredients reign supreme for hot pot dipping sauce: soy sauce, sesame oil and Bull Head Barbecue Sauce. Even if you're a neophyte Chinese cook, hot pot will be a cinch. After a few minutes, he removes — usually with a goofy flourish — the pot's cover, and we dive into the bounty of delectables. Between the 7th and 10th centuries, the technique spread to Tang Dynasty China.
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