Shouzhua Mutton(mutton ate by hand directly), Guoluo
as its name implies, when eating, people use hands to scratch and tear, or use Tibetan knife to cut. Usually, sheep were killed on the spot, peeled and put into the pot, then dredged up for eating when boiling. The mutton is very delicious, fat not rich, crisp, and tender. When guests visit the Tibetan people, the host firstly gives the tail to them, and then others could scratch. Also, the custom of “son-in-law eats neck” is popular.