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Sichuan Food | Epic Chengdu Feast w/The Food Ranger! Food Ranger BTS

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33 thoughts on “Sichuan Food | Epic Chengdu Feast w/The Food Ranger! Food Ranger BTS”

  1. That flavour you are talking about is just light soy+a bit of sugar+garlic paste+chilli oil. That combination somehow produces a refreshing, slightly sour clean taste. Sometimes I just combine these things to make a dipping for anything just boiled.

  2. 口水直流啊。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。
    羡慕嫉妒恨啊。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。

  3. This looks amazing.. I've had both 麻婆豆腐 and 夫妻肺片at a Sichuan place I worked at.. and while it was supposedly authentic, I'm sure it's still not the same.  WANT!!! lol

  4. I'm sure someone mentioned this, but 大头菜 is pickle made by a special type of turnip. It's crunchy and salty, can be spicy, very tasty!! Miss all the pickles in China…

  5. What does (suimi) yacai/mustard greens taste like? I've read somewhere that brown mustard seeds are a good substitute for them. Is that true?

  6. I am Chinese, and I am so miss real Chinese food in China. I so jealous of you. Oh shit, I don't know why I get a little bit angry and hungry.

  7. Glad too see you guys enjoyed the food, although I'm a little surprised to see you actually like the 夫妻肺片. I thought Americans by and large don't like the "rubbery" and gummy texture of innards? 

  8. hey big guy~ when you plan go to henan province visit luoyang kaifeng and zhengzhou,shaolin temple yuntai mountain, that's my hometown and food are more awesome for sure

  9. I love how the mouth-guard on the cook moved as he talked. Reminds me of "Darth Malak" from Star Wars or perhaps "Crunch" from the Mighty Orbots. Yes I realize I just exposed what a geek I am…but thats cool. Great video and of course I would love to make a collaboration video with y'all.

  10. How wonderful and a view of the upper echelons of China's wonderful food.Please more ordinary every day cafes/restaurants and their wonderful food.In the mean time I will virtually gorge the food of China here at your fantastic videos.I loved the chefs accent just beautiful.

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