Jianbing is the BEST Chinese street food there is. Hands down. Even if you disagree with me, I know deep down you WANT to agree, because jianbing is a gift from the heavens. Well, not really. It’s a gift from the Shandong Province dating back 2,000 years, when Chancellor Zhuge Liang told his soldiers to use flat copper griddles and shields for cooking after they lost their woks. The result: the soldiers won the battle and jianbing was born! Continue Reading →
In this SPECIAL video, I’m in Saigon, Vietnam with the one and only Kyle Le from Kyle Le Dot Net, eating what he considers the BEST PHO in all of Saigon. The restaurant: Phở Lệ, a locally owned pho restaurant that is … Continue reading →
Jianbing 煎饼 is a simple, crunchy breakfast snack served all over China, and it’s my favorite Chinese street food. There are two vendors in my neighborhood, but there’s only enough room for ONE jianbing in my stomach! It’s time for a … Continue reading →
These two vendors live in my neighborhood in Shanghai and both cook my FAVORITE Chinese street food – 煎饼 (jiānbing), a delicious, crispy breakfast pancake. BUT… only ONE can be the CHAMPION jianbing vendor. Prepare yourself for this truly epic clash of … Continue reading →
China’s Sichuan province is famous for its numbingly spicy food. We visited Chengdu, the province’s capital, to give the signature Sichuan spice (málà 麻辣) a taste test at an outdoor market. WARNING: Watching this video may cause you to lose all … Continue reading →
Can you travel Chengdu for 20 dollars (130RMB) per day? We visited Chengdu—the capital city of China’s Sichuan Province—with the help of Trevor James, a fellow YouTuber and food blogger. His passion for street food is impressive, and he showed … Continue reading →
Pig’s ears are for sale in roadside stalls and hole-in-the-wall restaurants throughout China. Although I’ve seen it plenty of times, I hadn’t tried it until today, and turns out it’s outstandingly delicious.