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“Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The peking duck, pictured here, is popular with Western clientele.”
““Hoover worked in the mining industry in Australia, then China (where he and his wife are said to have learned Mandarin)” as you can learn over at the edge of the american west, hoover was also present at the siege of peking during the so-called ‘boxer rebellion’. roger Says:”
“Sassafras cured halibut with shaved foie gras, slow roasted pineapple, peking duck with turnips cooked in caramel, fennel and licorice, California oscetra caviar ... is your mouth watering yet?”
“The vegetarian dumplings my g/f had were gross, as were the peking duck dumplings that I had ordered.”
“So you want peking style crispy, which is generally cooked through, but with underdone fattyness.”
“I had been hearing rumors that the Downtown branch of Yushi had been tearing things up on Wednesdays with a new peking duck special.”
“A little taste of everything that looked good: peking duck, sesame chicken, a little bit of pork fried rice (I dug around to get as much pork as possible), salt and pepper shrimp, eggplant, a few string beans (for Harry), some red roast pork, a few pan fried dumplings, some sort of chicken dish with zucchini, and the obligatory onion ring (a habit formed during my Sizzler buffet eating childhood.)”
“I completely forgot about the peking duck last week, so I might have to hit this up today and see how it is.”
“So in the spirit of the +/-, I went to check out their newest special: the peking duck dumplings.”
“Well then you missed out on this: Papa Perrone is on vacation until 8/17, Cupcake Stop is in Midtown today, and the Rickshaw Dumpling Truck is in Columbus Circle with peking duck dumplings.”
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