China's tongue Chongqing hot pot, also known as Maodu hot pot or spicy hot pot, is a traditional Chinese way of eating. It originated from the extensive catering methods of the shipyards of the Jialing River and Chaotianmen in Chongqing in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties. The raw materials are mainly cattle hairy belly and pig yellow throat. , duck intestines, cattle blood Wang and so on. Due to the influence of Chongqing hot pot, the hot pot in Sichuan has gradually prospered and the content is more substantial. Most of the hot pots in Sichuan are dominated by Chongqing hot pots, and local hot pots are used as tributaries to form a river of food.