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Fuchsia Dunlop Podcast on the Food of Sichuan

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Fuchsia Dunlop, the preeminent writer on Chinese cuisine in the English language, has published a completely revised and updated version of Land of Plenty, her classic book on Sichuan cookery, containing 70 new recipes. Her newest book is titled The Food of Sichuan.

 

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cooking through one of her books right now. 

 

solid flavors all the time 

 

very healthy food  - I think the flavors depend more on fermentation, drying (to concentrate flavors), and meat is used to garnish the main (which is a vegetable) rather than the reverse. 

 

like..it seems like American French / Italian depend a lot for flavor on: heavy cream, butter, cheese or something very heavy a lot 

 

welcome contrast for healthier diet sometimes 


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There was a much shorter interview on Evan Kleiman's Good Food podcast this past week.  You can listen and find a recipe here

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