Big Jim’s House

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A display of Chinese take-out food and appropriate serving and eating items includes a Chinese-theme patterned bowl, saucer, and soup spoon, condiments, a teapot and tea, and four take-out containers containing (left to right) shrimp lo mein, pork-fried rice, sliced chicken and snow peas, and sweet and sour chicken, 1970s. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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TOP FIVE CHINESE FOOD ITEMS

1. Fried Rice
Fried rice is a staple of Chinese cuisine and can be made with a variety of different ingredients. The most common type of fried rice is made with pork, but chicken, shrimp, and beef are also popular choices. Fried rice is typically served with a variety of vegetables, such as onions, peas, and carrots.

2. Egg Rolls
Egg rolls are another popular Chinese food choice. They are made by wrapping a variety of fillings, such as cabbage, pork, and shrimp, in a thin egg dough and then frying them. Egg rolls are often served with dipping sauces, such as soy sauce or sweet and sour sauce.

3. Chow Mein
Chow mein is a popular noodle dish that can be made with either chicken or beef. The noodles are stir-fried with a variety of vegetables, such as onions, celery, and carrots. Chow mein is typically served with soy sauce or hoisin sauce.

4. Dim Sum
Dim sum is a type of Chinese cuisine that includes a variety of small dishes, such as dumplings, buns, and pastries. Dim sum is typically served family-style, with each person selecting their own dishes from a shared plate.

5. Peking Duck
Peking duck is a dish that originates from Beijing, China. The duck is roasted until the skin is crisp and then served with pancakes, scallions, and hoisin sauce. Peking duck is often considered to be one of the national dishes of China