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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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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