minutes. I eat something called a chow mein sandwich, which is unique to southeastern Massachusetts. It's a dried type of noodle (made in a local factory), with a delicious brown sauce and served on a hamburger roll. I'll have an egg roll on the side and I'm in heaven.
it's my absolutely favorite kind of food. everytime I go to a chinese restaurant, or order Chinese food I always get the same thing:
non spicy sesame chicken
2 pork egg rolls
a small order of crab Rago on
small order of chicken or shrimp lo mein and some chicken fried rice
wannabe song' about Chinese food. . . I love fried rice, I love noodles, I love chow mein. M-m-m-m-m-mein. Love it so much that I ended up going to a Chinese buffet and ate my heart (and wallet) out. I felt really guilty because I am on a diet. . . So. . .I immediate bought...
Every other Friday. Now it's once a month. Went from shrimp fried rice to pork fried rice Ior sometimes I get the chicken wings n fries. It was a place a few counties over from me that made some great egg drop soup,went on vacation and never came back much less a address.
Bi Bim Bap: Shredded beef, rice, vegetables, a fried egg, and beef vegetable broth in a hot stone pot. Mmmmm! Delicious!Edit: Apparently this is not a Chinese dish. In either case, I still love Chinese food. And apparently Korean as well. 😁
So I'm pretty sure "Chinese" Food is the best kind of food ever! The only problem is we moved away from the best ******* Chinese place, Its called United Chinese, they have one in Broomfield and Thornton Colorado. Nowadays I eat a lot of Panda Express and local, small, family...
helping of wandering dragon with a super side of hot double happiness?
Not this white girl.
I love me some Chinese food.
A gazillion grams of msg, hmmmm. mmmm good. Sign me up thank you and please. :)
I have also had a long standing suspicion that the Chinese and...
I used to enjoy some of the American versions of "Chinese food" that were available in the United States while I was growing up and especially liked some of the dishes at a restaurant in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where I went to college.
Some years later, on my first of a number of...