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maggie

Crab rangoon is my favorite chinese food in the world! I go to Suzi's specifically for it. Now I must try Fortunes!

Cat

I have to try the jellyfish salad!

Ling

Jellyfish salad is de riguer on most mixed "cold dish" starters for multiple-course Chinese banquets... and it tastes exactly as how you've described it!

Boots in the Oven

That's too cool, Ling! I wasn't sure if it was flavored traditionally or not. I think I'd like it a bit spicier, and maybe with some lemon, but that might just be my Western palate talking. Sesame oil is yummy, too. :-)

Rachel

Ling

Spicier is always good ;) anyway, jellyfish is basically a vehicle for a whole bunch of great flavours!

Albany Jane

jelly fish is something i can go both ways on. I don't think I'd ever really order it myself, but my family loves it, and I always find myself reaching for more when they do. you're spot on with it being a textural thing. it's so bland, but with some sesame seeds, oil, and carrots, it can be pretty interesting.

Boots in the Oven

AJ, that makes sense - a little can go a long way. I don't know that I'd rush to order a giant dish if just Logan and I were eating, but for a large table it could be fun. And the carrots were a nice counterpoint!

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