Chili, Garlic, Peppercorn: the SHIC Style of Alfredo Bendezu

Authors: Go Chengdu


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.
“During my study in the school, some of my classmates were shy because they had never met a foreigner before, but the majority of them were very friendly and warm-hearted and often helped me,” he added.
“For me, cooking is neither a pastime nor a way to make money; cooking food is my greatest passion, and cooking authentic Sichuan cuisine is my daily motto. This is really my life,” he said, “now my aim is to become a real Sichuan cuisine chef in Chengdu. It is a big challenge for me, a foreigner. Anyway, time will tell. I just keep on working hard and believe my dream will come true in the future.”
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