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Listen to Skeleton With Hair from Chow Chow's Colours And Lines for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

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Chowhound helps the food and drink-curious to become more knowledgeable enthusiasts, both at home and while traveling, by highlighting a deeper narrative that embraces discovering new destinations and learning lasting skills in the kitchen.

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Born in 1957, this actor also did stunt work, as well as acting. He also owned and ran a restaurant near the main campus of the University of Toronto, from 1989-2001.

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I stopped in a little Chinese take-away place on the UWS yesterday and picked up some pork chow mein. I couldn't figure out why they said it came with rice but thought well maybe everything does. Whatever. Got back to my friend's apartment and discovered it had no noodles in it. We eat Chinese alot when in NYC but mostly dim sum.

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We kick off our new mini-season of CHOW-TO with an episode about the Instagram-famous pancakes you've definitely seen in your feed. Back before the coronavirus pandemic shuttered restaurants in New York, senior video producer Guillermo Riveros visited Tom Yang, co-founder of Japanese ice cream shop Taiyaki, to learn how to make their ridiculously fluffy Japanese souffle pancakes.

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Any tips on reheating leftover chow mein (soft noodles)? The local Chinese restaurant gives HUGE portions and it means leftovers for days. The texture doesn't seem to suffer as much as reheating other types of pasta, but they end up kind of sticky. Don't want to rinse them in water because all the sauce/flavor will wash away.

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50's style chow mein (and wonton soup) are sort of my childhood comfort foods. the only place I know where to get the best (of the worst, really) is in a suburb of Baltimore at a place called The Golden Dragon Inn (which, I believe, was the place that intoduced to the city to water chestnuts in the early '60s).

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A discovery of an item called "Chicago Fried Chow Mein" on a 1946 Los Angeles Chinese restaurant menu launched a thread on the General Topics Board which created a lot of speculation, but not a lot of information.

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