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I Can't Handle Spicy Food
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ID: 2691 Elementary
Known for some of the spiciest flavours in all of China, Sichuan cuisine is known thought the world for it's amazing dishes. But if you have any friends that are not too keen on spice, then it's probably not wise to bring them along.
Mon May 11 2015 | Gwilym, Fiona Tian
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|辣子鸡丁||làzǐjīdīng||hot chili chicken|
|怕||pà||to dislike; to be afraid of|
|川菜馆||Chuāncài guǎn||Sichuanese restaurant|
làzǐjīdīng zěnmeyàng ？
What about chicken with chilies?
wǒ pà là 。
I don't eat spicy food.
pà là ？kěshì zhè shì Chuāncài guǎn ，zěnme bàn ？
You don't? But this is a Sichuanese restaurant. What do you want to do?
méiguānxi ，yīnggāi yǒu bú là de cài ba ？huòshì nǐ diǎn gōngbǎojīdīng ，wǒ kěyǐ chī huāshēng 。
It's OK, they must have some food that's not spicy, right? Or you can order Kung Pao Chicken and I'll eat the peanuts.
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