by Limus Woods When the Novel Coronavirus hit the United States, I really began to worry. Especially being here in Boston, where a young University of Massachusetts student contracted it. I started seeing more and more locals in facemasks. I walked past one student on Massachusetts Avenue who had on
If you haven’t spent a Christmas in San Francisco, you’ve been missing something special. December 25th might just be one of my top five favorite days of the year in this city.
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There will be Strip Dreidel. Yup you read that right…well there should be. I don’t recall if it worked out last year, but I’m really gonna push for it this year. Heeb or not, you are cordially invited to spend Christmas in the company of the “chosen” people…chosen to be
Kam Po Last week’s article concerned Capital Restaurant’s roast duck, for which I had a lustful appreciation, a sentiment strong enough to effect an immediate return to Chinatown for this week’s post. While tucking into said food at Capital’s low bar last week, a woman sitting next to me clued
Capital Restaurant What American dislikes the chicken? I, for one, love the chicken. But for some reason, the more sensually inclined fowl called DUCK has never gained quite the same hold on our psyche. Somehow, duck always comes off as excessive. Duck wasn’t actually on my mind when I went
Your typical rice plate at Mission Hunan Me, I love a good family-style Chinese meal with friends, filled with great conversation, MSG, and good omens from fortune cookies. It’s a great way to catch up or just hang out and enjoy each others’ company when you’re all going through
Xiao Long Bao’s dumpling factory Strewn along Clement Street, roughly between Avenues Fourth and Tenth, are numerous Dim Sum restaurants, three of which I’ve profiled among the glowing pages of this website as a part of my Clement Street Series. Wing Lee, Happy Garden, and Good Luck Dim Sum are all stalwarts of that
Beer and soup dumplings What is it about the Shanghai soup dumpling that impels the restauranteur to affix the name “King” or “Kingdom” somewhere in the title of his establishment dispensing of said delicacy? There IS a certain regal bearing to the soup dumpling, similar, you might imagine, to