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New Haven, CT: Fortune cookies actually originated from Japan. Coe, Andrew.
In 1849, for example, four Chinese restaurants inaugurated the nascent community in San Francisco. A Reader on Regional and Ethnic Foods , eds.
All of these workers were undoubtedly also hungry for good Chinese cooking that reminded them of land they had left behind. The first Chinese immigrants to this region of the United States went into the lucrative business of providing services for the miners as traders, grocers, merchants and restaurant owners. China, like any sizable country, is a place full of regions — and those regions have very distinct styles of cooking.
Chinese cuisine usually uses green onions and daikon, as well leafier, more bitter broccoli that's probably just that way because the government won't let it use Facebook. In the years that followed, many more skilled Chinese chefs began immigrating to the ever-more receptive and lucrative United States.
The U. Colonial Times to 1957 Washington, DC: Chinese-food industry is also influenced by American restaurant trends.
It was born in California and translates to "odds and ends" -- basically, it was a bunch of foods thrown together in a pinch, and ended up becoming one of the most popular dishes of all time.
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The dish isn't authentically Chinese, as cream cheese isn't indigenous to China.