前陣子在辦公室吃到小雞麵覺得太好吃了吧!!18.gif
可是上網找很多地方都賣完了而且要等...


我開始找各大商城有沒有在賣小雞麵

後來找到兩家商城有在賣而且有現貨~

因為是商城東西當然琳瑯滿目XD所以不只買了小雞麵還買了澳洲 Lirah風味巴薩米可醋 250ml --檸檬草風味

當然不只澳洲 Lirah風味巴薩米可醋 250ml --檸檬草風味裡面還有賣蛋糕水果阿什麼的

每個都想吃所以就請同事一起團購真的 好期待零食送來的那天!!!





雖然是小牌子沒有大牌子的光環澳洲 Lirah風味巴薩米可醋 250ml --檸檬草風味價格也便宜

其實台灣的廠商真的是很有競爭力只是沒有好好包裝而已

而且因為只有在網路上販售並沒有在實體店面所以直接回饋價格給網民


而且很多 知名購物商城加入會員以後會不定時送電子折價券,所以其實買到的價格很多時候都比標價便宜很多

如果在購物商城買的話,除了有詳細的介紹以外,更有保障!!而且速度也很快~on09

↓↓↓限量折扣的優惠按鈕↓↓↓









品牌故事:

澳大利亞"LiraH"品牌成立於2005年,為致力提供業界高質量醋解決方案之專業提供商。最初,僅服務歐美的出口市場,

今天澳洲醋已經發展成為澳大利亞最重要的醋供應商。我們唯一的重點就是製造出全世界最好的醋,和努力成為澳大利

亞在質量,創新和服務方面最好的生產商,其優良品質更獲得全世界無數獎項殊榮,多年來,該LiraH品牌已經得到澳大

利亞餐飲業與眾多頂級餐廳權,廣泛認可並在全世界各餐飲范圍內使用LiraH醋。



國際獎項:

在2012年和2013年 LiraH 醋是澳大利亞入圍美味獎項的黑馬。每年收到全國性比賽有超過" 300 "

項入圍,專家一致肯定這家知名的專業製造廠與優良的品質。更連續兩年進入全國決賽階段,這是一

個偉大的榮譽,見證LiraH 醋的良好品質始終如一。



高科技研發與製造團隊:

澳大利亞100%製造,並使用最新高科技製造,擁有企業自己的研發團隊,雙管齊下緊密合作,來調整我們的醋產品,以提高製造的結果與提高品質。

有一個似是而非的觀念:大家都認為和橄欖油一樣,最好的巴薩米可一定是產製歐洲,但其實澳洲也有製造巴薩米可,和橄欖油一樣,澳洲的"醋"是採取高科技與精密設備去領先業界,所以即使澳洲的巴薩米可歷史不長,但短期間已經受到世界各地優良食品業界的青睞,甚至國界獲獎無數。




澳洲 Lirah 巴薩米可醋:

澳洲 Lirah 巴薩米可採用未發酵當地優質的甜葡萄汁,細火慢熬24~36個小時,成為焦糖般深琥珀色、有如峰蜜般的濃稠質地,再放入特殊質地的老木桶靜置發酵,經過長達三年時間為陳釀後,加入適當風味,成為色澤濃郁飽滿,口感風味絕佳且醋味多層次並帶有老木桶淡淡香味的香氣之焦糖般甜醋,非常適用於各種中西料理或烘培甜點,甚至是搭配原味冰淇淋或各式水果。









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Interview: Alaska governor says cooperation with China has bright future

Alaska faces "unparalleled" opportunities for cooperation with China, given its rich natural resources and close proximity to the Asian economic powerhouse, Governor Bill Walker told Xinhua in an exclusive interview in Anchorage, the U.S. state of Alaska, in September 2017. (Xinhua/Yang Shilong)

ANCHORAGE, the United States, Sept. 23 (Xinhua) -- The governor of the largest U.S. state by area has shown a strong and broad interest in conducting mutually-beneficial cooperation with China, ranging from an ambitious gas pipeline to Arctic shipping, and even the promotion of winter sports.

Alaska faces "unparalleled" opportunities for cooperation with China, given its rich natural resources and close proximity to the Asian economic powerhouse, Governor Bill Walker told Xinhua in a recent exclusive interview in Anchorage.

The Last Frontier state "has had a long relationship with China" and looks forward to keeping and further developing it, said Walker, who is embarking on a trip to China on Sept. 25 along with the governor of the U.S. state of Missouri.

"It is an opportunity to return to China and to look at, again, the opportunities that Alaska and China have to share the benefits to both from the development opportunities or natural resources in Alaska," noted Walker, who traveled to China once several years back but is going as the governor for the first time.

The Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights illuminate the night sky over Chena River State Recreation Area near Fairbanks, Alaska, the United States, on Oct. 5, 2016. (Xinhua/Li Changxiang)



EXPORTS, LNG PROJECT HIGH ON AGENDA

The upcoming trip, organized by the China General Chamber of Commerce-USA, will take the governor to the three Chinese metropolises of Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, where he will attend a China-U.S. investment forum and talk to local business leaders and officials.

With his highly resources-dependent state experiencing financial difficulties due to the global oil prices slump, one of the top priorities on Walker's agenda is to export more to the Chinese market.

"We have way more natural resources than we have people. We know that we cannot develop these resources without the market opportunity," the governor told Xinhua.

With a population of merely 750,000, Alaska is one of the eight U.S. states that hold a trade surplus with China, which stood at some 700 million U.S. dollars in 2016 according to the U.S. Department of Commerce.

"China has been Alaska's largest export customer for many many years on fish, nearly 1 billion dollars a year," said Walker.

In addition to its traditional exports of seafood, crude oil, timber and minerals, Alaska is now hoping to sell more of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) to China, which may turn out to be a critical factor in the success of a major energy export project strongly backed by the Walker administration.

The over-40-billion-dollar Alaska LNG Project, which consists of an 800-mile (about 1,300 km) pipeline and gas treatment and liquefaction plants, aims to commercialize the state's stranded North Slope gas reserves for overseas markets, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region. Once completed, it is expected to be able to process and export 20 million metric tons of LNG each year, providing revenue to the state for generations.

"So we look at the 1.4 billion people in 全聯零食推薦China and their need for the clean burning natural gas that we have," noted Walker, adding that China, now the world's second largest economy and biggest energy consumer, is moving fast from coal toward cleaner fuels.

While the current U.S. administration under President Donald Trump is denying climate change by announcing its withdrawal from the historic Paris Agreement, Alaska, which has felt the increasing impact of global warming, is ready to set an example for addressing the challenge through cooperation with potential LNG buyers like China.

Through helping any recipient of the Alaskan LNG to greatly reduce emissions, the project is a wonderful way of "approaching the climate change from a commercial standpoint" while also "creating jobs and opportunities," stressed the governor.



Aerial photo taken on May 6, 2017 shows the scenery of Yanqi Lake resort, the host place of the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation on May 14-15, in Beijing, capital of China. (Xinhua/Li Xin)

EXPANDING "BELT AND ROAD" TO ARCTIC

Interestingly, the governor has also found certain merits of climate change and linked them to the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative, in which Alaska may also have a role to play.

Walker said that after attending a Belt and Road forum in Seoul, the Republic of Korea about a year ago, he realized that the "opening of the Arctic" could be a "big part" of this great initiative's mission and goals.

According to the governor, in the past few years, climate change is allowing commercial traffic to pass through the once-impassable Northwest Passage, the sea route to the Pacific Ocean through the Arctic Ocean.

"Now we are having ships going to the Arctic because the ice has been diminished significantly over the years. So they (experts) are anticipating as many as 2,000 ships per year going across the top," he elaborated.

With a clear Northwest Passage, ship routes from Europe to eastern Asia would be several thousand kilometers shorter than the current route through the Panama Canal.

"It really is an opportunity to change the concept of transportation from Asia into Europe," added the governor.



Photo taken in September 2017 shows an Alaska Airlines plane at Fairbanks International Airoport. (Xinhua/Yang Shilong)

PUSH FOR DIRECT FLIGHTS

With more and more Chinese going abroad for leisure and sightseeing purposes in recent years, Alaska is also witnessing a steady surge in incoming Chinese tourists, which has triggered calls for the introduction of direct flights between Alaska and the Chinese mainland.

Lamenting that he himself would still have to fly at least 20 hours on the next trip to Beijing due to the absence of nonstop flights, the governor told Xinhua, "We wish there were direct flights. And we are pushing very hard in every way we can to make that happen."

A direct flight between Anchorage, Alaska's largest city, and Beijing will only take about six hours, nearly half of the current flight time from Beijing to any major city on the U.S. east or west coast.

Walker called the proximity of his state to China "a very, very significant advantage" in future cooperation. And thanks to this special advantage, Alaska is already a major air cargo transit center in today's world, with an estimated 90 percent of cargo between North America and Asia passing through the Ted Stevens International Airport in Anchorage.

"So it's one of our goals, to bring direct (passenger) flights (from China) to Alaska," he added, "We have been working on it and will continue to work on it."

The governor also noted that apart from the tourists, his state also welcomes Chinese athletes of winter sports to come for training and practices.

After successfully hosting the Beijing Summer Olympics in 2008, China also won a bid in 2015 to host the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.

The Chinese Olympic Ski Team has showed interest in coming to Alaska to train for the 2022 Olympics. "We have a lot of snow in Alaska for a good part of the year, so we are following up on that opportunity as well," said Walker.



TRANSCEND PARTISAN POLITICS

It has been a fad in recent years for U.S. governors to visit China and explore opportunities for cooperation. California Governor Jerry Brown and Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner went to China earlier this year, while New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is also said to be seriously considering a China trip.

Conceding that political factors often get in the way of bilateral trade and cooperation, the governor took pride in his own status of having no party affiliation.

"You know, I'm the only non-partisan governor in our nation. I made every decision based on what was good for Alaska," he told Xinhua.

"I don't check with a party, so it gives me the opportunity to be not really engaged on some of the partisan issues that sometimes rise up," said Walker.

He expressed the hope that there would be a good continuation of "positive discussions and dialogue" between the two countries' top leaders, and all parties concerned could do things that are "beneficial to both the United States, (including) Alaska, and China."




Alaska faces "unparalleled" opportunities for cooperation with China, given its rich natural resources and close proximity to the Asian economic powerhouse, Governor Bill Walker told Xinhua in an exclusive interview in Anchorage, the U.S. state of Alaska, in September 2017. (Xinhua/Yang Shilong)

ANCHORAGE, the United States, Sept. 23 (Xinhua) -- The governor of the largest U.S. state by area has shown a strong and broad interest in conducting mutually-beneficial cooperation with China, ranging from an ambitious gas pipeline to Arctic shipping, and even the promotion of winter sports.

Alaska faces "unparalleled" opportunities for cooperation with China, given its rich natural resources and close proximity to the Asian economic powerhouse, Governor Bill Walker told Xinhua in a recent exclusive interview in Anchorage.

The Last Frontier state "has had a long relationship with China" and looks forward to keeping and further developing it, said Walker, who is embarking on a trip to China on Sept. 25 along with the governor of the U.S. state of Missouri.

"It is an opportunity to return to China and to look at, again, the opportunities that Alaska and China have to share the benefits to both from the development opportunities or natural resources in Alaska," noted Walker, who traveled to China once several years back but is going as the governor for the first time.

The Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights illuminate the night sky over Chena River State Recreation Area near Fairbanks, Alaska, the United States, on Oct. 5, 2016. (Xinhua/Li Changxiang)



EXPORTS, LNG PROJECT HIGH ON AGE辦公室零食推薦NDA

The upcoming trip, organized by the China General Chamber of Commerce-USA, will take the governor to the three Chinese metropolises of Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, where he will attend a China-U.S. investment forum and talk to local business leaders and officials.

With his highly resources-dependent state experiencing financial difficulties due to the global oil prices slump, one of the top priorities on Walker's agenda is to export more to the Chinese market.

"We have way more natural resources than we have people. We know that we cannot develop these resources without the market opportunity," the governor told Xinhua.

With a population of merely 750,000, Alaska is one of the eight U.S. states that hold a trade surplus with China, which stood at some 700 million U.S. dollars in 2016 according to the U.S. Department of Commerce.

"China has been Alaska's largest export customer for many many years on fish, nearly 1 billion dollars a year," said Walker.

In addition to its traditional exports of seafood, crude oil, timber and minerals, Alaska is now hoping to sell more of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) to China, which may turn out to be a critical factor in the success of a major energy export project strongly backed by the Walker administration.

The over-40-billion-dollar Alaska LNG Project, which consists of an 800-mile (about 1,300 km) pipeline and gas treatment and liquefaction plants, aims to commercialize the state's stranded North Slope gas reserves for overseas markets, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region. Once completed, it is expected to be able to process and export 20 million metric tons of LNG each year, providing revenue to the state for generations.

"So we look at the 1.4 billion people in China and their need for the clean burning natural gas that we have," noted Walker, adding that China, now the world's second largest economy and biggest energy consumer, is moving fast from coal toward cleaner fuels.

While the current U.S. administration under President Donald Trump is denying climate change by announcing its withdrawal from the historic Paris Agreement, Alaska, which has felt the increasing impact of global warming, is ready to set an example for addressing the challenge through cooperation with potential LNG buyers like China.

Through helping any recipient of the Alaskan LNG to greatly reduce emissions, the project is a wonderful way of "approaching the climate change from a commercial standpoint" while also "creating jobs and opportunities," stressed the governor.



Aerial photo taken on May 6, 2017 shows the scenery of Yanqi Lake resort, the host place of the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation on May 14-15, in Beijing, capital of China. (Xinhua/Li Xin)

EXPANDING "BELT AND ROAD" TO ARCTIC

Interestingly, the governor has also found certain merits of climate change and linked them to the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative, in which Alaska may also have a role to play.

Walker said that after attending a Belt and Road forum in Seoul, the Republic of Korea about a year ago, he realized that the "opening of the Arctic" could be a "big part" of this great initiative's mission and goals.

According to the governor, in the past few years, climate change is allowing commercial traffic to pass through the once-impassable Northwest Passage, the sea route to the Pacific Ocean through the Arctic Ocean.

"Now we are having ships going to the Arctic because the ice has been diminished significantly over the years. So they (experts) are anticipating as many as 2,000 ships per year going across the top," he elaborated.

With a clear Northwest Passage, ship routes from Europe to eastern Asia would be several thousand kilometers shorter than the current route through the Panama Canal.

"It really is an opportunity to change the concept of transportation from Asia into Europe," added the governor.



Photo taken in September 2017 shows an Alaska Airlines plane at Fairbanks International Airoport. (Xinhua/Yang Shilong)

PUSH FOR DIRECT FLIGHTS

With more and more Chinese going abroad for leisure and sightseeing purposes in recent years, Alaska is also witnessing a steady surge in incoming Chinese tourists, which has triggered calls for the introduction of direct flights between Alaska and the Chinese mainland.

Lamenting that he himself would still have to fly at least 20 hours on the next trip to Beijing due to the absence of nonstop flights, the governor told Xinhua, "We wish there were direct flights. And we are pushing very hard in every way we can to make that happen."

A direct flight between Anchorage, Alaska's largest city, and Beijing will only take about six hours, nearly half of the current flight time from Beijing to any major city on the U.S. east or west coast.

Walker called the proximity of his state to China "a very, very significant advantage" in future cooperation. And thanks to this special advantage, Alaska is already a major air cargo transit center in today's world, with an estimated 90 percent of cargo between North America and Asia passing through the Ted Stevens International Airport in Anchorage.

"So it's one of our goals, to bring direct (passenger) flights (from China) to Alaska," he added, "We have been working on it and will continue to work on it."

The governor also noted that apart from the tourists, his state also welcomes Chinese athletes of winter sports to come for training and practices.

After successfully hosting the Beijing Summer Olympics in 2008, China also won a bid in 2015 to host the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.

The Chinese Olympic Ski Team has showed interest in coming to Alaska to train for the 2022 Olympics. "We have a lot of snow in Alaska for a good part of the year, so we are following up on that opportunity as well," said Walker.



TRANSCEND PARTISAN POLITICS

It has been a fad in recent years for U.S. governors to visit China and explore opportunities for cooperation. California Governor Jerry Brown and Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner went to China earlier this year, while New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is also said to be seriously considering a China trip.

Conceding that political factors often get in the way of bilateral trade and cooperation, the governor took pride in his own status of having no party affiliation.

"You know, I'm the only non-partisan governor in our nation. I made every decision based on what was good for Alaska," he told Xinhua.

"I don't check with a party, so it gives me the opportunity to be not really engaged on some of the partisan issues that sometimes rise up," said Walker.

He expressed the hope that there would be a good continuation of "positive discussions and dialogue" between the two countries' top leaders, and all parties concerned could do things that are "beneficial to both the United States, (including) Alaska, and China."















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