from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- See Sichuan.
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- proper n. Alternative form of Sichuan.
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- n. a populous province of south central China
I will never be able to eat lunch in Szechuan Gourmet again.
“Sichuan,” formerly known as Szechuan, means Four Rivers.
The spice I've chosen is Sichuan Pepper also known as Szechuan and Szechwan Pepper - I do have it in my spice drawer yet have not used it, so this is the perfect opportunity to experiment.
I've heard the chef from Tempt Asian is not there anymore and is at a place called Szechuan Boy over in the west end of Fairfax County.
David Schildknecht, the Austrian wine reviewer for Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, gave the Moric Alte Reben Neckenmarkt Blaufrankisch 2006 95 points and noted it's "concentrated black fruits ... smoky suggestions of machine oil and Szechuan pepper ... deep, low-toned, multi-dimensional, rolling finish"
Compare this with the 2008 Szechuan earthquake, which killed more than 9,000 children.
Mmm. In the same league as the Szechuan place that the KGB crowd always heads out to after readings, the name of which eludes me at the moment.
During the banquet, Mr. Jiang designed some of the evening's most delightful dishes such as a Chilean sea bass in yushiang sauce, Szechuan dumplings and scallops in fragrant scallion oil.
Kafka's Monkey, with Kathryn Hunter, is heading to Paris, Kursk is going to Australia and Richard Jones plans to take his production of The Good Soul of Szechuan to Beijing.
While there are many restaurants in the greater New York metropolitan area with “Szechuan” in the name, the sad reality is that there are very, very few restaurants serving actual regional Sichuan cuisine, New York City included.
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