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And Now, In the Category of Best Supporting Role…

The Nominees

In this season of award shows that give recognition to the best in the categories of acting, writing directing, etc., we should not forget those Chinese restaurants that, while they may not be in the “lead” category, stand among those in the “supporting” role as tops when maybe your tastes don’t desire the lead. We as part of The Chinese ...

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Like Mama Used to Make!

Like Mama Used to Make

We Want Just Like Mama Used to Make! We, the members of this Chinese Quest, as soon as we sit down in a restaurant, go out of our way to explain our food wishes to our humble waitstaff as soon as we are asked for our dinner order. We explicitly explain in our own way “we would like you to ...

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Tummy Talk – An Interview with Mee Gonzi Biao

interview

This is the fourth interview in our series, called Welcome to Tummy Talk. Today we are interviewing Mee Gonzi Biao (GB). GB is a born and bred Long Islander. He’s an avid cook and foodie, and has taken professional cooking classes which helped fuel his passion for Chinese food. He loves trying new dishes and then re-creates them at home. Especially ...

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The Potential Benefits of Instant Replay in Professional Questing

Instant Replay In my opinion, professional sports have benefited by the use of instant replay where there is a question as to whether initial findings on the field may be contradicted.   Unfortunately, on-table cameras to capture the gastronomic play-by-play during our Quests do not yet exist so we have to rely on the memories of all to determine if an ...

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Another MEE’s Opinion

Counter Point I would  like to add a personal commentary to my Brother Magnum’s very eloquent description of our most recent Quest to Kwong Ming in Wantagh.  While I am often described as the “silent” Mee, there is sometimes a need to speak up so that a balanced commentary is achieved. Yes, Kwong Ming is not going to go down ...

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