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【Video】Pixian Douban Reported on CCTV

A special program on the Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations by CCTV News on May 21 focused on the reporting of Pixian Douban, which gave a detailed introduction to the spicy sauce and its production process.

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Jiudouwan: Festive Foodie Feast in the Countryside

Jiudouwan is a traditional banquet that is very popular in the rural areas of Sichuan, held on important social occasions such as festivals, wedding ceremonies and even funerals.

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Fragrance-Seeking Journey in Pidu District

As one of the main experience venues of Chengdu Panda Asian Food Festival (CPAFF), Chengdu Sichuan Cuisine Museum in the Pidu District of Chengdu received a group of domestic and overseas guests on their trip to trace the origin of Sichuan cuisine on May 17.

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How to Make Mapo Tofu

Mapo Tofu is a popular Sichuan dish, noted for being hot, spicy, fresh, tender and aromatic.

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Sichuan Cuisine: Not Just Hot and Spicy

Chili and Sichuan Peppercorn allergic and you think Sichuan dishes are unbearable because they are too hot and spicy. Now take it easy and you’ll find foods in Chengdu satisfy your appetite even you DON’T eat hot food, since you have numberless gustatory options in the city to enjoy its many non-spicy dishes.

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Five Must-try Sichuan Dishes

Five most popular local dishes for the New Year reunion banquet.

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Mapo Tofu

Mapo Tofu is a popular Sichuan cuisine noted for being hot, spicy, fresh, tender and aromatic.

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Five Must-try Sichuan Dishes in Spring Festival

Five most popular local dishes for the New Year reunion banquet.

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Classical Dishes Not Made Easy

Quality Department Proposes Standards for Sichuan Cuisine

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