This will be my 2nd last post about Chengdu - China and it covers the yummy snack food sold along the famous Jiupin Street. Its existence dated far back to the Qin Dynasty during the reign of The 3 Kingdoms. Some granite paths and concrete walls are still there.
1. This short food street is located outside the areas of the Emperor Liu Bei's Mausoleum. It measures at a winding 200 metres long and attracts thousands of local Chinese folks who would throng the narrow lane daily.
2. This is the prominent landmark arch that connects to the next trendy hub of Jin Li Street. I will not be posting it because it looks similar to other ancient streets in China. You can google "Jin Li Street" images.
3. The food sold here were all Sichuan's hot and spicy snacks besides the roasted exotic meats of animals.
4. They have sweet tooth! They eat lots of sugar coated snacks after having the fiery spicy hot pots that could spit flames from your mouth.
5. The skewed fruits sticks were dipped in caramels.
All the fresh fruits are unbelievably very cheap there.
6. The Sichuan folks love to eat Rabbit Heads everywhere.
The poor Bugs Bunny's heads would be chopped into halves and deep fried! Argh!
7. They also eat roasted young & wild birds.
8. The Fried Peanut Crackers. Very sedap & bagus!
9. I had to stand in the cold to eat my snack food as those loud families would not share tables.
10. What was that? I have forgotten.
11. Pretty grandmas clad in Sichuan's native costumes, waited for hungry customers.
12. These are delicious bowls of Spicy Rice Cakes, Rice Noodles and Bean Curd Dessert.
13. They sold skewers of pickled vegetables and animal organs!
14. Fried Mashed Potato Dumplings.Very Sedap & Bagus!
15. Neat bowls of Rice Noodles with slices of mutton and egg.
They eat a lot of rabbits, beef and mutton!
16. These dishes are Fiery Spicy Hot vegetables that could numb your throat and tongue.
Their peppers are flaming hot enough to spit out flames. Jangan Main-Main!
17. Another hot and spicy Bean Curd Cubes on skewers for the brave ones.
18. I ate this soft white beancurd dessert and it was very GOOD.
19. This is the Sichuan's Rice Cake Rolls which is Chee Cheong Fun to us.
20. It was always crowded in all public places of China. Everyone wears dark and grey attires in Winter. How did I look out for my honey in the crowds?
21. Easy! She was the only one who wore the UniQlo's Summer Apple Green Pants.
My next last post would be "Unseen Chengdu" random of photos.