Chinese Food, A true Wok of Art

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jerzeydawg
Cheeseburger
2007/07/06 10:51:11
What are some of your favorite chinese food dishes?
lleechef
Sirloin
RE: Chinese Food, A true Wok of Art 2007/07/07 03:41:51
Dim sum!

Whole Dungeness crab in spicy black bean sauce.

Sauteed snow pea greens in garlic and oil.

A crazy soup in Chinatown in Boston that the Oriental customers would order (it wasn't on the menu) that was all kinds of greens in a light chicken broth.

Whole fish, fried in a wok, with ginger, garlic, black beans and fish sauce.
zussers
Cheeseburger
RE: Chinese Food, A true Wok of Art 2007/07/07 08:10:14
Good ole' egg drop soup-comfort food!
AndreaB
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Chinese Food, A true Wok of Art 2007/07/07 08:21:27
Double Cooked Pork
Kung Pao Chicken
Mu Shu Pork
Szechuan Shrimp

Hot & Sour Soup
Pot Stickers
Crab Rangoons

Andrea
enginecapt
Filet Mignon
RE: Chinese Food, A true Wok of Art 2007/07/07 09:09:41
Orange peel beef/chicken
Tomato beef chow yuk
Spicy eggplant
Egg foo yung
mland520
Cheeseburger
RE: Chinese Food, A true Wok of Art 2007/07/07 09:15:08
Lamb and Leeks
Steamed Pork
Beef Fried Rice
Peking Duck

Pot Stickers, spring rolls and egg rolls, and the fried noodles that come with any of the soups- my favorite is Hot & Sour

doggydaddy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Chinese Food, A true Wok of Art 2007/07/07 09:49:04

I have made a 150 mile round trip into NYC just to get Chinese food that is not available where I live. There are no sit down Chinese places here, there are two competing buffets and take-out. It seems that the take-out places have the same pictures over the counter and I almost believe that the menus are all identical. Do people still eat chow mein and chop suey?
If I do order take-out, it is General Tso's chicken or some kind of noodles.

That said, I will usually get the roast duck, along with char sui steamed and baked pork buns, which I will bring back home on the train. The whole Metroliner becomes infused with the aroma of roast duck.


mark
jerzeydawg
Cheeseburger
RE: Chinese Food, A true Wok of Art 2007/07/07 17:30:07
quote:
Originally posted by doggydaddy


I have made a 150 mile round trip into NYC just to get Chinese food that is not available where I live. There are no sit down Chinese places here, there are two competing buffets and take-out. It seems that the take-out places have the same pictures over the counter and I almost believe that the menus are all identical. Do people still eat chow mein and chop suey?
If I do order take-out, it is General Tso's chicken or some kind of noodles.

That said, I will usually get the roast duck, along with char sui steamed and baked pork buns, which I will bring back home on the train. The whole Metroliner becomes infused with the aroma of roast duck.


mark


I myself was never a fan of chop suey or chow mein. Those crispy soup noodles are great though. If i bring soup home and refrigerate it for a later time it's mandatory that i hide the crispy noodles. Otherwise, my wife will eat them on me.

My favorite dishes would be:

General Tso's Chicken
Double cooked pork
egg foo young
wonton soup
Kung Po Chicken
Chicken in Garlic Sauce
Chicken with mushrooms in oyster sauce
BBQ Spare Ribs
Steamed dumpling (W/Dipping sauce)

My New Edition to th list: Hunan Chicken
MilwFoodlovers
Filet Mignon
RE: Chinese Food, A true Wok of Art 2007/07/07 17:55:42
hot and sour soup
shu-mai
oysters with chili's, black beans and cilantro (sounds Mexican, but they are Chinese fermented black beans)
salt and pepper squid
chow fun noodles (fresh rice noodles) with most any meat
moo shu
Peking duck
ma po tofu
crispy skin chicken
zataar
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Chinese Food, A true Wok of Art 2007/07/07 18:18:26
Whole fish with black beans and ginger
Almost all dim sum
ants climbing a tree
sichuan fried green beans
sichuan lamb and chiles
gai lan with oyster sauce
water spinach with browned garlic
pork soup with greens
pickled cabbage
roossy90
Sirloin
RE: Chinese Food, A true Wok of Art 2007/07/09 20:36:25
Moo Goo Gai Pan
Hot and Sour soup
Beef Teriyaki skewers
Pan Fried dumplings (Gioza?)