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I just read this article and had to reflect: Is “Foodie” a Put-Down?

 I love food. I may be coerced into trying some challenging bites while keeping an open mind and what I find delicious may be repulsive to most. I’d like to think I have a natural relationship with food in [...]

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ChengduSichuan, China — Chef Yu Bo (喻波) runs Yu’s Family Kitchen, a simple, elegant restaurant on Zhǎi alley. He once dedicated his culinary studies of 10 years to studying under famous Sichuan cuisine chefs. Since then, he has won international fame for his innovative culinary prowess.

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Chengdu, Sichuan, CHINA — Tempted by Fuchsia Dunlop’s chapter about Chef Yu Bo, from her book Shark’s Fin and Sichuan Pepper: A Sweet-Sour Memoir of Eating in China, I gathered a small group to experience the whims and culinary mastery at Yu’s Family Kitchen (喻家厨房, map). The meal [...]

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我们是通过英国著名美食作家Fuchsia Dunlop 的一本书Shark’s Fin and Sichuan Pepper而知道成都著名的喻家厨房,深受诱惑,一直想着过来亲自体验一番。从网上查到它位于成都喧闹繁华的窄巷子,等我们到达那里,却并没有找到“喻家厨房”的招牌,只见很普通的暗红色的木门上有一副对联:“月朗风苏大地春,麟游凤舞中天瑞”,横批是“福进喻家”,我不禁想到了一个词:大隐于市。

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