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Chow Chop Suey and Florence Lin

As a Chinese American I’ve found it fascinating—and deeply moving—to read Anne Mendelson’s Chow Chop Suey. I’ve written about Chinese-American culinary history in all my cookbooks and thought I had a solid understanding of it. But the scope and breadth of Anne’s book is so extraordinary that it made me think about my own family’s history in a new light. There were many moments, as I read, when I wished my father were still alive so I could discuss it with him. As Jane Lear wrote, Anne Mendelson is “one of the finest food historians of our time.” For me, Read More …

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  • WHAT’S HAPPENING

    Museum of Chinese in America
    New York City
    Grace is a featured chef in "Sour, Sweet, Bitter, Spicy"
    Exhibit runs through Sept, 2017

    Museum of Food and Drink
    Brooklyn, NY
    Tues, July 18, 2017
    Cooking Demo and Lecture
    "Chow: Making the Chinese American Restaurant"

    Lake Austin Spa
    Austin, TX
    Sat, June 17, 2017
    Cooking Demo and Booksigning




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