Sitting on a wooded hillside, GEJINONG village is a semi-pastoral village with only five Tibetan families.
During the rainy season, the boletus is abundant in the forest, while barley, mangrove and potatoes growing in the village.
Besides, yak meat、buttered tea、Tibetan cheese are gifts from the alpine pasture.
In the winter, people would kill pigs for the Spring Festival and brew highland barley wine. Because the altitude here is high and the temperature is low, the menu is high-calorie-meat based.
For example, the popular yak beef hot pot.
Besides, the lodge’s vegetable garden also supplies the meal with some seasonal vegetables.
A CHEF'S INVITATION
Spicy style pork belly
Yak beef hot pot