Tag Archives: Chinatown

Sunday Photo – Salt and Pepper Crab

I love to eat crabs, but I had never eaten one quite like this one at R&G Lounge on Kearny Street in San Francisco’s Chinatown. Chopped up, battered and fried, this bundle of joy weighed in at around two pounds. A […]

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Mission Chinese Food – Chinese American Firecracker!

The perfectly fried and plump chicken wing I bit into seemed like it carried on itself more Szechuan Peppercorn than I had previously eaten in my entire life. My lips, my throat, indeed it seemed as if my entire body […]

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A New York Week

A New York minute is the equivalent of an instant anywhere else. New York just moves at such a fast pace and so much gets packed into a period of time. Such was the case with the week I just […]

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Sunday Photo – Chinatown (NY) Fish Market

Before I had traveled anywhere outside of the United States, I became fascinated by food markets just walking along Canal Street and side streets like Mulberry, Mott and others in New York City’s Chinatown. They had then and still have […]

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