Street Food: Jinli Street, Chengdu, China

A stroll down Jinli Street in the heart of Sichuan's Capital of Chengdu is a family affair. With food stall after stall after stall, locals flock to Jinli Street because there's something for everyones tastebuds. Tourists come here to try generations old recipes that you'd be hard pressed to find outside China. 

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Pig trotters and snouts. These have become one of the biggest new exports from Britain and Sweden to keep up with the demand from middle class China.

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Spicy, marinated rabbit head.  A Sichuan specialty, generations have grown up slurping rabbit brains.

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A much more traditional Chinese dish that nearly everyone has eaten, dumplings.

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Insects are eaten all around the world. In China, they like fried silk worms. 

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A dumpling sampler. 

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Taylor really enjoyed the silk worms. I couldn't stomach them. 

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Fried potato pancakes. 

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Fried young duck.

 

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