[Rural revitalization] Intangible cultural heritage on the tip of the tongue: Gannan Banya is busy in "autumn"

  Just after the autumn equinox, the temperature is dropping day by day. In Dayu County, Ganzhou, Jiangxi, rows of preliminarily processed Nan'an Banyan are being naturally dried. Under the sunlight, they glow with a layer of golden oil, which makes people appetizing. multiply.

The workers on site are busy processing the shape of the dried duck, adjusting the angle and density during the drying process from time to time to ensure that each dried duck and meat can be dried accurately and have the best taste and quality.

  Dayu Nan'an Banya is one of the four traditional Chinese Banya with a long history and has been passed down for more than 500 years. It is a product of China's National Geographical Indication. Its exquisite and strict production skills have also become "Jiangxi Provincial Intangible Cultural Heritage" ".

  "As the National Day holiday is approaching, we have also received a large number of orders, and we are working overtime to produce quality and quantity to meet the needs of consumers." Cai Haibo, the non-genetic inheritor of Nan'an Banya, introduced that Dayu Nan'an Banya uses local large-grain hemp duck. 18 processes, made by natural drying.

Nan'an Banyan Duck is flat in shape, peach-round in outline, cheese-colored on the skin, crispy skin, crispy bone and tender meat. It is deeply loved and recognized by consumers at home and abroad.

  In recent years, the local area has given full play to its brand advantages, vigorously developed the deep processing of Nan'an Banya and other agricultural products, realized the integrated development of production, processing and circulation, achieved a win-win situation of cultural protection inheritance and economic benefits, effectively promoted villagers to increase their incomes and become rich, and helped rural revitalization.

(Reporter Huashan Production Mengzaiwang Peng Qingyun)

Responsible editor: [Luo Pan]