Sichuan food gallery – what else is there to eat besides spicy hotpot?

another spicy dish

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Figure 1: married couple’s slices of lung (Fu Qi Fei Pian)

something sweet

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Figure 2: caramel candies

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Figure 3: a dragonfly

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Figure 4: three big cannons (San Da Pao)

homely cooking style

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Figure 5: home cooked breakfast – eight treasure porridge (Ba Bao Zhou), salads, eggs, dumplings, soya milk, pickles and orange

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Figure 6: another version

steamed & boiled

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Figure 7: steamed buns

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Figure 8: rice cake wrapped in yellow leaves

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Figure 9: herbal eggs

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Figure 10: claypot

fried & barbecued

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Figure 11: deep fried Chinese doughnut

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Figure 12: chicken barbecue

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Figure 13: lamb barbecue

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Figure 14: worms and insects

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Figure 15: omelette with wild veggies

dried food

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Figure 16: dried walnut

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Figure 17: summer grass, winter worm

drinks

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Figure 18: snow beer

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Figure 19: yoghurt

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