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Why Do Jews Love Chinese Food?

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan

Josh Ozersky calls it a "sentimental tradition": The thing to remember about Chinese food is that, besides being cheap, it is eminently suited to take out; at least three-quarters of the Chinese food I ate growing up was at home....

Touch Your Heart: 5 Easy Dim Sum Recipes That You Can Make At Home

Lifestyle / Productivity : Lifehack.org

If you have ever had Chinese food, you may know that each region of China is famous for its own... The post Touch Your Heart: 5 Easy Dim Sum Recipes That You Can Make At Home appeared first on Lifehack.

Pillsbury Supreme Collection Red Velvet Cake, reviewed

Food & Drink / Cooking : Baking Bites

Red velvet cake probably comes in just behind vanilla and chocolate cakes in terms of popularity these days, so it should be no surprise to see that red velvet cake mixes are becoming much more common to allow people to easily bake ...

Chinese Food Week 2011: Chinese Food Week Day Five Across the Eater Universe

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Eater National

Chinese Food Week, Eater's exploration of and ode to Chinese food, is here. Throughout the week, four Eater cities will run interviews with major figures in the Chinese culinary world, maps, guides, tours, videos, tips, secrets and ...

Water-Velvet Meat for Better-Than-Takeout Chinese Food at Home

Lifestyle / Productivity : Lifehacker

The velveting technique is the secret Chinese food places use to make sure meat stays tender and silky (velvety!). If you don’t want to do it with the traditional oil-blanching, use water instead. Read more...

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