Blog Posts - Sichuan



#2008: Sichuan Baijia Hot Spicy Flavor Instant Vermicelli

I’m pretty sure this is the first Baijia bowl I’ve reviewed. For the longest time, I was extremely leery of these; I have a couple Baijia products I really disliked. However, after some time, I found that my tastes have really changed (es...
by The Ramen Rater on Apr 22, 2016

Straight Outta Sichuan: Chengdu Distaste. Restaurant Owner Goes Ape Nuts Over Bad Review, Visits Customer's Home & Bashes Door.

(photo: Shanghaiist) Yeah, that door's gonna need to be replaced. All these dents over a sorta negative restaurant review. Evidently, according to the review, the customer thought the restaurant's... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...
by Deep End Dining on Apr 7, 2016

Never Mind Nose to Tail Dining, Let Me Tell You About Head to Toe Eating! Sichuan Food at Huolala Restaurant. Monterey Park, CA.

Head to toe in one bowl! Restaurants sometimes drop the foodie phrase "nose to tail" dining to boast about how they use the whole animal and waste none of it. Popularized by English chef Fergus... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by Deep End Dining on Feb 1, 2016

Meet The Manufacturer: #1830: Zeng Noodles Sichuan Pepper Flavor

Today, we finish off this trifecta by Zeng Noodles with a straight Sichuan Pepper variety. Here’s the back of the package (click image to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, add noodle block to 800ml boiling wate...
by The Ramen Rater on Nov 10, 2015

Meet The Manufacturer: Interview With Zeng Noodles

Interview With Zeng Noodles * Product Samples From Zeng Noodles * Zeng Noodles Scallion & Sichuan Pepper Flavor * The Taiwanese Top Ten List I do annually usually gets some attention – not only from readers interested in whether or not thei...
by The Ramen Rater on Nov 8, 2015

Meet The Manufacturer: #1828: Zeng Noodles Scallion With Sichuan Pepper Flavor

In the past year, I’ve tried quite a few varieties with Sichuan Pepper in them and really gotten a feel for this kind of flavor. In a way, Sichuan Pepper has almost a minty taste to it; it’s really quite different and unique. Let’s...
by The Ramen Rater on Nov 8, 2015

#1825: Sichuan Baijia Broad Noodle Chili Oil Flavor

It’s always awesome when I go to the store with my poor vision and my wife sees something and asks me if I’ve tried it. Sure enough, this was one of those occasions. I recently had the Sichuan Baijia Artificial Spicy Fei Chang a couple of...
by The Ramen Rater on Nov 5, 2015

1801: Sichuan Baijia Spicy Artificial Fei-Chang Flavor Instant Vermicelli (New Version)

To those of you have followed my blogs and my Bottom Ten lists for a while, you know what this is. To those who haven’t, let me introduce you to this one. In my original review, I was really put off by this one. I thought it had some kind of &#...
by The Ramen Rater on Oct 10, 2015

Meet The Manufacturer: #1778: JML Spicy King Spicy Chicken Noodle

Today, we come to the end of this Meet The Manufacturer. On a side note, I reviewed one that has the exact same packaging that I received from a reader in Scandinavia a while back. I asked if it was the same as this and was told it is a little differ...
by The Ramen Rater on Sep 15, 2015

Fly Me To Chengdu – Part 3

Where To Go and What To Do in Chengdu!My final part on the amazing trip to Chengdu, China, is also the most interesting part. China is full of various culture, heritage and history. From the many dynasties it has through time, China today has an amaz...
by ChasingFoodDreams on Jul 31, 2015

Non Spicy Sichuan Food

Non spicy Sichuan food? Are here really any? Yes of course.  If you love Sichuan food but cannot put on too much heat, there are still plenty of choices.I have a coupon of HK$100 for dinner at a Sichuan restaurant.  So I took my sister the...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on Jul 25, 2015

Fly Me to Chengdu – Part 2

Where to Eat in ChengduMy Chengdu escapades continue and this round, I am taking you on a food trip in Chengdu!Did you know that Chengdu was declared the City of Gastronomy in 2011 by UNESCO? Chengdu cuisine falls under the sub-category of Sichuan cu...
by ChasingFoodDreams on Jul 24, 2015

Fly Me to Chengdu, China – Part 1

Where To Stay in ChengduChengdu, the provincial capital of Sichuan Province in China, is more often known as the place to visit the famous Giant Panda bears. It’s my first time travelling to China, courtesy of Air Asia X and Dorsett Grand Chengdu a...
by ChasingFoodDreams on Jul 19, 2015

Wannian Tempel am Emei Berg – China

Der Wannian Tempel ist der älteste Tempel am Emei-Berg, der bis heute überlebt hat. Der 3099 m hohe Emei Berg, auch Da Guang Ming Shan (Berg des großen Lichts) genannt, liegt in der mittelchinesischen Provinz Sichuan. Von den einst über 200 Tempe...
by Reise Video Blog on Jun 26, 2015

Dujiangyan-Bewässerungssystem

Das Dujiangyan-Bewässerungssystem wurde vor 2300 Jahren auf Anordnung des Provinzgouverneurs Li Bing errichtet. Es liegt ca 60 km nordwestlich von Chengdu. Hier wurde der Minjiang, ein bedeutender Nebenfluss des Jangtse durch einen aufgeschütteten...
by Reise Video Blog on Jun 24, 2015

Meet The Manufacturer: #1684: Wugudaochang Sichuan Pepper & Chicken Flavor Noodles

I’ve been really curious about this one, a brothless variety. This is made in the same way as mi goreng, however is more along the lines of what would be called a stir noodle or dry noodle. The looks from the package is interesting – I se...
by The Ramen Rater on May 31, 2015

#1655: Sichuan Baijia Artificial Pickled Vegetable Beef Flavor

So yesterday we went to the new Asian Food Center on 130th and Aurora southwest of here. Was hoping to find a lot of new varieties I hadn’t tried yet and found a couple – and this is one of them. I haven’t had much luck at all with...
by The Ramen Rater on Apr 29, 2015

Wangjiang Tower Park – Chengdu

Der Wangjiang Tower Park, auch Flussblick-Park genannt, liegt am Südufer des Jin-Flusses. Im Park fällt uns der mehr als 30 m hohe Chongli-Pavillon, auch bekannt als Wangjiang Pavillon mit seinen auffallenden Ornamente sofort ins Auge. Der Park ist...
by Reise Video Blog on Mar 22, 2015

Emei Berg – China

Der   Emei Berg – Emei Shan –  zählt zu den vier heiligen Bergen Chinas und symbolisiert das Feuer. Die wilden Tibetmakaken, vor denen unsere Begleiter großen Respekt haben, scheinen weniger heilig zu sein. Mit dem Auto fährt man ü...
by Reise Video Blog on Feb 19, 2015

Buddha von Leshan

Der große Buddha von Leshan liegt am Zusammenfluss von Min Jang, Dadu und Qingyi nahe der Stadt Leshan ca. 130 km südlich von Chengdu in der Provinz Sichuan. Zu den Sehenswürdigkeiten der 1.300 Jahre alten Stadt Leshan zählen der Lingyun- und Wuy...
by Reise Video Blog on Feb 19, 2015


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