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National Chop Suey Day

donmdonm Posts: 10,241 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

Today's only had one option to select - National Chip Suey Day. Here's a little information:

National Chop Suey Day recognizes this American Chinese culinary cuisine each year on August 29. 

Chop suey, which means assorted pieces, is a dish in American Chinese cuisine. The main ingredients include meat (chicken, fish, beef, prawns or pork) and eggs. As the meat cooks over high heat, add vegetables (usually bean sprouts, cabbage, and celery). The dish is bound in a starch-thickened sauce. Typically, rice accompanies the flavorful dish. 

According to food historian Alan Davidson, chop suey is “A prime example of culinary mythology.” These food myths happen with popular foods. there are, at least, several differing accounts of the origins of chop suey. To me, they matter less than the tasty treat itself. A healthy dish, it can be consumed along with any red wine left over from yesterday's National Day.

Enjoy.

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