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Dumplings – Global Comfort Food

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The Dumpling King fully endorses this article on Dumplings. We present you a history of Dumplings, and why Dumplings are truly a Global Comfort Food. Thanks to our guest author, Dale Phillips, we hope you'll enjoy this article as much as we did. Perhaps one day, McDonald's will add Dumplings to their menu. Oh gosh, we hope NOT! :) But, should they? Please post your comments below!

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First Visit to Little Dumpling

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Followers of The Chinese Quest are apt to follow their recommendations. This is a guest article by Richard Brody, of he and his wife's visit to Little Dumpling Chinese restaurant in LIttle Neck, NY.

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Asian Fusion – Something for Everyone

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Asian Fusion Restaurants combine the best of Chinese, Japanese, Thai foods, and others too. What is it good for? There's something for everyone, and it's guaranteed to satisfy. The Lunch Club went to Fushia in Long Island City. You won't believe what they ate!

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“W” is for Wonton #AtoZChallenge @AprilA2Z

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A Wonton by any other name is still a… Dumpling!  Wonton, which can also be written as “wantan”, “wanton”, or “wuntun”, are a type of dumpling common in Chinese cuisine. The  English name “wonton” can be written in Chinese either as “húndùn” the usual northern Chinese name meaning roughly “irregularly shaped pasta”, or the more poetic “yúntūn”a popular Cantonese homonym that literally ...

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