Welcome To Australia

By Elizabeth Greenberg, Staff Writer

Jennifer Lee quips in The Fortune Cookie Chronicles, "If our benchmark for Americanness is apple pie, ask yourself, how often do you eat apple pie? Now how often do you eat Chinese food?”

Peruvian chifas

By Elizabeth Greenberg, Staff Writer


Welcome back!  Last month I gave you a taste of the ways Chinese cuisine could change worldwide and told you about India's Chicken Manchurian and date pancakes.  This week I hope you'll enjoy an extra helping of information about Peru's chifas.


By Elizabeth Greenberg, Staff Writer
When I moved to Minnesota in 2007, I was struck by the billboards I saw seemingly everywhere for Chinese fusion restaurants.   Chinese and Indian foods at Chindian Cafe, Chinese and Latin American foods at Chino Latino—I couldn't even imagine how the combinations would taste, and couldn't make sense of why they would be so popular as to merit billboards.

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