Archive for December, 2008
This is another hilarious name for Chinese restaurant, courtesy of Michael Epstein. I still think Wok n Roll is still better, but getting cliched. This one is located in Brooklyn, though apparently there are others: one in Williston, Vermont and one in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
This was sent to me after my TED talk went up. Amusing.
Talked about why Jews love Chinese food, at a JCC in Tampa. Of course.
Went up today! Beautifully edited by Jason Wishnow. Jennifer 8. Lee: Who was General Tso? and other mysteries of American Chinese food Reporter Jennifer 8. Lee talks about her hunt for the origins of familiar Chinese-American dishes — exploring the hidden spots where these two cultures have (so tastily) combined to form a new cuisine.
Barbara Demick of The Los Angeles Times explores the selling of cats for food in China. Different parts of China will eat dog, but really only here do they eat cat. The Cantonese, it is said, will eat anything that walks, crawls, hops or flies.
I always meant to link to this opinion piece on delivery workers from back in October by Steven A. Shaw because it has one of the best headlines. Steven, Momofuku’s David Chang and I are supposed to be on a panel together on Jan. 11.