Authentic Recipes from Hong Kong Published Feb 4, 2013 8:34 PM Food Photography by Todd Coleman SHARE See the Recipe Christopher Hirsheimer See the Recipe George Chang See the Recipe Christopher Hirsheimer Cooked in a flavorful marinade of soy sauce, star anise, and cinnamon, these tea-stained eggs are a Lunar New Year staple and a favorite everyday snack in China. Java lovers in tea-obsessed Hong Kong can find the perfect compromise in this palate-teasing beverage: It combines robust drip coffee with milk tea, a long-steeped brew of Ceylon tea, milk, and sugar. The quirky fifty-fifty blend is soft yet tannic, with a mellow jolt of caffeine. Get the recipe for Hong Kong-style Coffee with Sweetened Tea (Yuanyanga) » MORE TO READ RELATED Familiar Flavors Offer Refugees a Taste of Home in Northwest Arkansas This organization welcomes new arrivals with a warm meal (and a well-stocked kitchen). READ NOW RELATED This Plant-Based Ice Cream Shop Is Channeling Taiwanese Flavors Pineapple cake, black sesame, and dan dan noodle take the stage. RELATED From Chutney to Curries, This Beguiling Fruit Has Enlivened Indian Dishes For Millennia Tamarind: As essential to the country's pantry as salt.