Journal #7723

Posted 7 years ago2012-04-04 17:10:25 UTC
UrbaNebula UrbaNebulaGoldSourcerer
Ordering Chinese food. Life is awesome.

19 Comments

Commented 7 years ago2012-04-04 17:15:20 UTC Comment #43394
Chicken with green pepper and blackbean sauce please, my good man.
Oh, and a portion of egg fried rice with that.
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-04 19:05:22 UTC Comment #43404
Eating home-made healthy food. Life is awesome.
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-04 19:33:34 UTC Comment #43390
Is Chinese food in Great Britain culturally authentic Chinese food, or is it the same sort of thing we have in the States?
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-04 19:37:41 UTC Comment #43395
Less MSG than you have in the States, but hardly culturally authentic.
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-05 03:10:59 UTC Comment #43399
spending my internet on TWHL.co.za. Life is... awesome (?!!??)

In Australia we have chinese food places run by Caucasians. thats authentic.
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-05 10:28:10 UTC Comment #43392
Market Drayton's Golden House Takeaway. Run by a chinese family using ingredients from China. :)

About as authentic as it gets without being in China.
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-05 10:41:39 UTC Comment #43408
Chinese food? Pffft

Multicultural kitchen right here. Life is awesome.
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-05 11:31:05 UTC Comment #43402
American chinese food is way different than the engrish kind, at least the chi-nee i had in london was way-less delicious; they tend to make it more sugary/fried for us greedy americans, at least this is what our handlers told us.
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-05 13:16:05 UTC Comment #43397
@CapT and other Americans: Does all American Chinese food come in those little paper boxes that you see on a lot of TV shows? I can't imagine you get much variety if it's just mostly those weird noodles. In Australia it's almost always in plastic containers and you need to order several different things and share them between yourselves. If you tried to put our Chinese food in a paper box, it would leak everywhere because it's usually quite heavy on the sauce. Either way, not really a fan of Chinese food takeaway, too unhealthy and not even all that tasty. An Indian curry, on the other hand... :)
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-05 14:15:18 UTC Comment #43391
@Penguin: Noodles are almost never in American Chinese Food. Meat and vegetables (usually bell peppers, onions, or broccoli) smothered with copious amounts of sauce are the norm. You usually get rice in those little boxes, though.
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-05 18:37:48 UTC Comment #43407
BITCH PLEASE

Microwaving pizza from Pizza Hut. I feel like God.
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-05 20:21:58 UTC Comment #43405
I always thought the same as PB.

I love Chinese food. I get it at this tiny joint run by a Chinese family and it comes in plastic containers.
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-05 20:50:00 UTC Comment #43393
Foil tubs man. All the way.
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-05 20:50:07 UTC Comment #43403
Yes PB it actually does come in those little boxes, pint and quart size ;)

Somehow they are sturdy enough to keep the delicious messy sauces contanined inside. (they are more like a decent card stock than paper)
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-05 22:26:09 UTC Comment #43396
They're coated in wax.
With my local chinese spots, Combo meals come in the plastic, while individual side orders come in the boxes.
Say if i ordered General Tsao... The brocolli, chicken and fried rice would come packaged in plastic.

But if i ordered chicken lo-mein and white rice, they'd come in boxes.
The boxes are the best but you gotta take the handles off before you microwave them to heat em up. lol
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-06 00:43:03 UTC Comment #43398
Thanks for clarifying, Americans!
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-08 14:19:08 UTC Comment #43401
The duck is the best, oh I love the way they make the duck, and crunchy chicken is nice too!
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-08 22:08:41 UTC Comment #43406
How about sweet and sour pork?
Commented 7 years ago2012-04-09 11:38:57 UTC Comment #43400
I've never been a fan of Chinese food, but I've always been a very picky eater. I like some kinds of Mexican food, and some types of curry.
I'm not an adventurous eater.

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