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Halloween’s Terrifically Terrifying Three

Halloween’s Terrifically Terrifying Three

Joshua Page, food writer at Heavy Table, became fascinated with food as a young latchkey cook in Southern California. He developed a passion for eating out while working in “the industry” in college and procrastinating (and accruing debt) as a graduate student. Now a professor of sociology at the University of Minnesota, Joshua also loves […]

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Little Szechuan Expanding to Stadium Village

Little Szechuan Expanding to Stadium Village

Nothing can hide from Joy Summers, food critic at City Pages. Her recent article made public our next project: Students, start your taste buds. Professors, ready your palates. Little Szechuan, the master of sizzling Szechuan-style heat, is opening its third location near the University of Minnesota. … Little Szechuan first opened on University Avenue over […]

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“Chinese, Funny?”

“Chinese, Funny?”

Happy New Year! We want to share with you one of the secrets Chinese usually keep for themselves… comedy. China-born comedian Joe Wong came to Twin Cities in November. He performed a standup talk show at the University of Minnesota. We had tickets available at both locations of Little Szechuan (sorry, if you missed the […]

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Photos from Sichuan and Chongqing

Photos from Sichuan and Chongqing

Here we are sharing a few photos from a trip to Chengdu and Chongqing in southwestern China, the hometown of Szechuan cuisine. There are many local variations of Szechuan cuisine within Sichuan province and the Chongqing municipality, which was part of Sichuan until 1997. The four regional sub-styles include Chongqing, Chengdu, Zigong, and Buddhist vegetarian […]

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Elegant Ambience at Little Szechuan West End

A recent review by China Insight, the only English-language American newspaper to focus exclusively on connections between US and China (click on here for the full review on Page 9): Shandong Cuisine Guangdong Cuisine Sichuan Cuisine Hunan Cuisine Jiangsu Cuisine Zhejiang Cuisine Fujian Cuisine Anhui Cuisine We begin this month by listing the eight Chinese […]

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