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Still, I was intrigued for complicated reasons. The idea of American Chinese restaurants and the people who operate them in small Utah towns soon became an obsession of mine. My relationship with American Chinese food has been tumultuous. In my teens, I shunned it. Now I love it. According to the Chinese American Restaurant Association, there are over 45, Chinese restaurants peppered across the U.
These restaurants can be found everywhere from the downtowns of dense-. Fortune cookies are a Chinese American invention. Chinese immigrants adapted a Japanese cracker recipe, but who exactly did the adapting is up for debate. A lot of people claim to have invented the fortune cookie and even more claim to have popularized it. What we know for sure is that Shuck Yee of Oakland, California, invented the fortune cookie—making machine, and that Yankeeesque ingenuity allowed fortune cookies to become cheap enough for restaurants to give away for free—3 billion each year.
In , a company tried to introduce fortune cookies into China, but had to give up. Take any of the aforementioned crispy, deep-fried dishes, pair them with fried rice and top it all off with a splash of dark soy sauce and you have a pretty irresistible plate of food, with sweet, sour, savory, spicy and tangy all working in unison. Those early Chinese American chefs were on to something. But those people miss the point.
A mouthful of chop suey is a bite of years of cultural blending, a taste of not Chinese food, not American food, but something entirely different and original—authentic American Chinese food, a cuisine of its own. American Chinese cuisine has been around since the mids, when Chinese immigrants began arriving in the U.
These immigrants were mostly laborers who came here to work in mines, railroads and farms. Most of them arrived in San Francisco, but the Central Pacific rail line from Sacramento to Promontory brought Chinese laborers to Utah, and more than 12, worked on the Central Pacific line. Chinese cooks built outdoor ovens in the dirt banks beside the tracks and mixed brown rice, Chinese noodles, bamboo sprouts, seaweed and other seasonings with American chicken in big iron kettles for a taste of home. There were some , Chinese immigrants in this country by when the Chinese Exclusion Act was signed into law.
Plum Alley divided the block between Main and State Streets in downtown Salt Lake and became the center of a little Chinatown with groceries, laundries and restaurants. During the Depression the Utah Chinese population dwindled, and by the s, when it finally began to increase again, almost half worked in the food service business. There are four major regional styles of cooking in China, and most of what we consider Chinese food in the U. My family came to the U. When my family went out for dinner, we ordered whole fish steamed with scallions, ginger and soy, clams stir-fried with black bean sauce, roasted pork belly with crisp, crackling skin and rice porridge swimming with scallops and abalone.
I learned early on that there is a difference between American Chinese food and Chinese food that Chinese people eat. Now, savvy, adventurous American diners have taken notice and want to order something beyond orange chicken at Chinese restaurants. They want to eat what Chinese people in China eat. The first few restaurants I reached out to simply said no thanks and hung up on me. I called her several times over a twoweek period and while she would talk to me, she was hesitant to agree to an interview.
I suspected this was due to a language barrier, so I asked her if she spoke Cantonese. When she answered yes, I switched from English to the language I spoke at home growing up. Pan finally agreed to an interview. I used the same tactic for the other restaurant owners I contacted and all of the interviews I conducted for this story were done in Cantonese. China Star was busy the day I visited—surprisingly busy for 3 p. There were a couple of large parties, including a table with six burly men who looked like they probably worked in nearby oil fields.
I ordered the sweet and sour pork lunch special with egg drop soup.
The pieces of battered pork were so big that it came with a serrated knife to cut the chunks into more manageable bites. Pan sat with me as I ate. Our conversation was interrupted several times by customers coming or leaving and wanting to greet her. She and her husband worked in various restaurants in Salt Lake City before saving enough money to open China Star in Roosevelt 12 years ago. The restaurant now employs over a dozen part-timers, mostly high-school students looking for. She rarely sees other Chinese or Asians in this part of the state.
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During my weekend stay, I noticed an inordinate number of animal lovers walking dogs. I ordered the beef and broccoli lunch special, which came with fried rice, lo mein and an egg roll. Luo sat and talked with me while I ate. In those days, business for American Chinese restaurants was great, he said. He eventually made his way to St. George where he opened four restaurants of his own.
But business went sour. He closed his restaurants and moved his family to Kanab five years ago for a fresh start. What else am I going to cook? Maybe it gave him food for thought. Chop Suey 1 cup chicken broth 3 Tbsp. Set aside 2 tablespoons of the mixture in a small bowl; stir in. Add pork pieces to the remainder. Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a wok or large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add pork and cook, stirring frequently, until most of the pink is gone, 2 to 3 minutes.
Transfer to a plate. Increase heat to mediumhigh. Add the remaining 1 tablespoon oil, onion, bell pepper, sprouts and ginger and cook for 3 minutes. Pour in the broth mixture and bring to a boil. Cook, stirring, for 3 minutes. Reduce heat to medium; add the reserved cornstarch mixture and pork and any accumulated juice and cook, stirring, until slightly thickened, about 1 minute.
Serve over cooked rice. American pie by cooking Chinese food. No one said they wanted their kids to take over their restaurants. They all hoped their kids would go to college and find their own paths in life. I also came to respect American Chinese cuisine more, which I used to dismiss because I considered it inauthentic Chinese food. But it is authentic. It just happened to be born in the U. This central Utah town of 6, is anchored by Snow College.
I showed up late in the afternoon on a Monday and ate orange chicken, fried rice and hot and sour soup as Lin told me that she lived in Queens, New York, when she first arrived from China 25 years ago. She hated the bustle of New York, so she tried a Montana town of 2, people. When I told a friend in Salt Lake this, she told me Utah had a lot.
Everyone who comes in here to eat knows me. She was also the only restaurateur who refused to let me take her photo. I drove hundreds of miles for this project, giving me ample time to reflect on all the restaurants I visited. While everyone I talked to had a different story, they all had a common theme. They came here to get a slice of the. A colleague frequently brings her Boston Terrier, Smithe, to work with her. In fact, on a given day, five tails could be wagging in the office. Dogs must be toilet trained.
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