The sea intestines I ate the night before last at Lu Xiang Yuan.
It's a great pleasure each time a new ingredient is added to New York's collective larder, and one of the most recent to appear is sea intestines.
A very appealing display of neon blazes forth from Northeast Taste Chinese Food.
This week, Counter Culture takes minutes at a meeting of the Organ Meat Society, which sought out variety meats at one of Flushing's newish Chinese restaurants from Dongbei, in extreme northeastern China, a regi ... More >>
"This is Chinese food?" said an incredulous tablemate." Indeed, "sauteed pine nuts and corn" might be mistaken for American succotash.
This week Counter Culture forges ahead to M & T, a Flushing restaurant whose owners came from the city of Qingdao in Shandong Province, directly across the Y ... More >>
19-year-old Caleb Lacey wanted to be a fireman. He volunteered for the Lawrence-Cedarhurst Fire Department in Long Island. He seemed to enjoy the work. Now he stands accused of arson and second-degree murder. Elizabeth Dwoskin has the story.
You knew before it dropped there'd be backlash o ... More >>