Archive for January, 2010
How cool is that. More details to come. It would be at the National Museum of American History.
Sent to me by a friend who is traveling through Mexico. Funny to me, that it’s called Chopsticks, even though this is a Spanish-speaking area of the world.
Francis Lam expounds on General Tso’s chicken on Salon.com, the poultry story that keeps on giving. He quotes “The Fortune Cookie Chronicles.” Fuchsia Dunlop also weighs in on how it got known as General Tso’s chicken when the original English name was “Chicken a la Viceroy.” I feel there is a cabal of General Tso’s […]
I’ve long wanted to write this post. Which is how do you go see the original Japanese fortune cookies that I mention in my book? In my book, we were taken there by the Japanese scholar, so I didn’t have time to explore the surrounding areas. So it turns out it is supereasy, as the […]