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Favorite Chinese food?
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Springfield style cashew chicken. It's ridiculously bad for you, salty, fried and delicious. I've lived all around the US and tried Chinese food everywhere here, but nothing was ever as good as this stuff.

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If you guys like Chinese food and dont want to go to China, come to Australia. Theres shit loads of Chinese restaurants here.
Shit loads of Chinese people living here also.
I would imagine it would be similar in America though? like iam sure that you guys have a China town in most states like we do? But Australia is a bit different though, we are pretty much part of Asia as far as where we are located on the map. Well, we're closer to Asia than we are to say America and our country is largely owned or rented by the Chinese. The Japanese as well in some parts.

Lots of awesome Asian food here in general. Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai, Indian, Japanese, etc places galore.

Iam lucky enough to have two Vietnamese places pretty much on my street and place that dose the best duck not far away at all




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I'm a sucker for gong bao chicken.
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MrAnimeSK wrote:

If you guys like Chinese food and dont want to go to China, come to Australia. Theres shit loads of Chinese restaurants here.
Shit loads of Chinese people living here also.
I would imagine it would be similar in America though? like iam sure that you guys have a China town in most states like we do? But Australia is a bit different though, we are pretty much part of Asia as far as where we are located on the map. Well, we're closer to Asia than we are to say America and our country is largely owned or rented by the Chinese. The Japanese as well in some parts.

Lots of awesome Asian food here in general. Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai, Indian, Japanese, etc places galore.

Iam lucky enough to have two Vietnamese places pretty much on my street and place that dose the best duck not far away at all






Seriously? Cheap Chinese food next door? I'd grab one to go every day if it's 5 dollars or less
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If we're talking American Chinese food Orange chicken hands down!

Chinese Chinese food then a nice spicy hotpot for sure~
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AiyumeYuki wrote:

If we're talking American Chinese food Orange chicken hands down!

Chinese Chinese food then a nice spicy hotpot for sure~


Hmm, those sour soup hot pot is good , but I never got enough meat for some reason, not enough meat D:
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Sogno- wrote:

i love sesame chicken, so i decided to start making my own



Umai! What recipie. do you use for the sesame chicken? Do you stir fry those carrots?


https://www.budgetbytes.com/2013/08/easy-sesame-chicken/comment-page-4/#comments

i actually roasted the carrots in the oven, but ofc they can be stir fried too
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MrAnimeSK wrote:

If you guys like Chinese food and dont want to go to China, come to Australia. Theres shit loads of Chinese restaurants here.
Shit loads of Chinese people living here also.
I would imagine it would be similar in America though? like iam sure that you guys have a China town in most states like we do? But Australia is a bit different though, we are pretty much part of Asia as far as where we are located on the map. Well, we're closer to Asia than we are to say America and our country is largely owned or rented by the Chinese. The Japanese as well in some parts.

Lots of awesome Asian food here in general. Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai, Indian, Japanese, etc places galore.

Iam lucky enough to have two Vietnamese places pretty much on my street and place that dose the best duck not far away at all






I would, but your spiders won't let me.
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Japanese noodle stirfry with chicken, peppers, and onions in ginger terikayki sauce.


All them slanty eyed orientals look the same so lets just lump them all together.
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If you haven't tried my local province's Twice Cooked Pork Stir Fry or the Sichuan hot pot, you haven't lived.



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Jiaozi and homemade mo qua soup.
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House Special Lo Mein



// not real chinese food i know
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Sweet and Sour chicken for me!
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for me dogs snakes monkey brains stuff like that I do live in shanghai nearly above a night market so I pretty much got food covered. including my overdose of MSG if I want. If you really want to impress a Chinese start eating strange things that most westerners wont eat.
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gsm642 wrote:

for me dogs snakes monkey brains stuff like that I do live in shanghai nearly above a night market so I pretty much got food covered. including my overdose of MSG if I want. If you really want to impress a Chinese start eating strange things that most westerners wont eat.


I really like stinky tofu with kimchi. Well I wanted to comment on the fact that food became scarce and weren't as healthy and as large serving as before. But for someone that likes night markets a lot, sounds like I should pay you a visit
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