Two Cultures Mix in This Hot Pot

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Cliche though it may be, East definitely meets West in the kitchen of Zhuqing Li and Ed Steinfeld's Victorian home. Li, 45, comes from Fuzhou, the capital of China's Fujian province; Steinfeld, 42, grew up in New Jersey. And though Li says she didn't learn to cook ...
... until she came to this country as a graduate student, today the family - Li, Steinfeld, and their sons, Daniel, 10, and William, 7, - enjoys Chinese meals nearly every night, prepared by Li. Steinfeld jokes that he's living a dream shared by many American Jews: Eating Chinese food on a daily basis. The couple's different culinary heritages converge in a dish that appears frequently on their table: matzo ball hot pot. It's based on the traditional Asian hot pot ...
Full Story: Two cultures mix in this hot pot; By Jane Dornbusch,




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