What’s Eating China: Anhui Cuisine

Anhui cuisine (安徽菜; ānhuī cài) is derived from the native cooking styles of the Huangshan Mountain people and is similar to Jiangsu cuisine. Thanks to ample uncultivated fields and forests

What’s Eating China: Zhejiang Cuisine

Zhejiang cuisine (浙菜; Zhècài) originates from the traditional ways of cooking from around the south of Shanghai to the former Chinese capital of Hangzhou. In general, Zhejiang food is not

What’s Eating China: Jiangsu Cuisine

In general, Jiangsu cuisine’s texture is characterized as soft, but not to the point of being mushy. For example, meat may feel quite delicate, but would not fall from the

WHAT’S EATING CHINA: Hunan CUISINE

Chairman Mao Zedong’s home province of Hunan is renowned throughout China for its fiery flavors. Also called “Xiang” cuisine, it consists of cooking styles from the Xiang River region (near

What’s Eating China: Fujian Cuisine

Most notable from the Fuzhou region, Fujian-style cuisine is renowned for being tender and light, yet flavorful, with a particular emphasis on umami (savory) taste. Known in Chinese cooking as