Chili, Garlic, Peppercorn: the SHIC Style of Alfredo Bendezu
Alfredo Bendezu, from Peru, came to Chengdu to learn how to cook Sichuan dishes at the Sichuan Higher Institute of Cuisine (SHIC), the only cooking school in China that offers professional and hands-on courses in Sichuan cuisine. He graduated from the institute in 2014.
Apr 16, 2015
World-class Royal Butlers Congregate in Chengdu
When asked “Why Chengdu?” The International Butler Academy China CEO, Mr. Thomas Kaufmann, replied at the opening ceremony, “Chengdu’s rapid development in the past 10 years caught the attention of many countries. Compared to Beijing and Shanghai, Chengdu is developing very fast, and that makes the people here very open to foreign ideas. And to be a world-class professional butler, you need to break rules and give up old habits. It is my desire that through our service and training, we can integrate the finest western service with the most exquisite oriental cuisine.
Jul 14, 2014
Classical Dishes Not Made Easy
Quality Department Proposes Standards for Sichuan Cuisine
May 11, 2016
Sichuan Opera: The Story of Chen Mapo
Mapo Tofu, created in 1862, is a world famous dish among Sichuan cuisine. Do you know how the dish was created? Why is it also called Chen Mapo Tofu? The Sichuan Opera show The Story of Chen Mapo will give you the answers.
Aug 10, 2016
The cuisine and related culture are important part of the leisurely life of Chengdu and have become a name card of the city.