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Uh, not in the US. But, in Canada 25 years ago, I learned NOT to go to a Chinese Restaurant. . .
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Posted to Thread #29350 at 5:13 pm on Jan 10, 2017
On the way to Alaska by car, up off of the Frasier River (maybe). I had a craving and was EXTREMELY disappointed. Food was edible, but sad.
And 30 or so years ago, I learned not to go to Chinese in the Dallas-Fort Worth area: nuthin' but meat, meat and more meat. Not good if you are hankering for some good chinese with those great stir-fried vegetables.
It's probably changed by now. For the better--I hope!
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