An internationally-renowned food culture city as well as the home to the Sichuan-style cuisine, Chengdu was named by UNESCO the City of Gastronomy in February, 2010.
Nov 09, 2014
Chengdu-China's one of the top 10 foodie cities
Chengdu is no doubt the most popular place for gourmet aficionados. It is the birthplace of Sichuan cuisine, one of China's four major styles of cooking. In 2010, Chengdu was designated the "Capital of the World's Gourmet Food" by UNESCO, the first city in Asia to receive the honor. It is best represented by its hot pot cooking, spicy bean curd and Kung Pao chicken.
Jun 26, 2014
Broad Bean Sauce: Soul of Sichuan Cuisine
Sichuan Cuisine Experience Park is located in Ande Township of Pixian County and only 28km away from downtown Chengdu. The park is a cultural theme scenic spot for culinary culture, food experience, shopping and recreation, where people can visit the food production lines and get true understanding of the world famous Sichuan Cuisine.
Jul 22, 2014
First Touch of Authentic Sichuan Food
Gastronomic enthusiasts Marc (France) and Arturo (the US) came to Daronghe Restaurant in Chengdu to learn how to cook Mapo Tofu and Kung Pao Chicken.
Oct 15, 2014
Sichuan Cuisine Culture Museum
The museum is a cultural theme scenic spot for culinary culture, food experience, shopping and recreation.
Oct 21, 2014
What makes Chengdu the Land of Abundance
Since ancient times Sichuan, or more specifically the Chengdu Plain, has been given the name the Land of Abundance for the fact that it is one of the primary food production bases in China.
Jul 25, 2014
Spicy Tofu & Sweet Tofu
Originated in ancient China, tofu, also called bean curd, is a protein-rich food coagulated from an extract of soybeans and used in various Chinese and Western cooked foods.
Dec 16, 2014
The Restoration and Renovation of Sichuan Cuisine
Sichuan Food is unique for its application of various flavors, and almost every dish has its own unique taste.