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Kim didn’t like the rustic potatoes, but they didn’t go to waste.Further, she argues “In a thinly-veiled attempt at saving face, I agreed to take her to P. Chang’s but only to prove how inauthentic and unoriginal it is (as if I’m really an expert on the 2,000-year-old tradition of wok cooking in China). Often called “the Julia Child of Chinese cooking,” Cecilia essentially introduced authentic upscale wok-centric Northern Chinese cuisine to America at her legendary San Francisco restaurant The Mandarin. It’s the curry for those of us who don’t want a savory entree to taste like dessert. Chefs use all-natural meat, responsibly sourced seafood, and local produce whenever possible–and here’s one you may not have known: The As if welcoming us back home after a twenty year hiatus, a special seasonal menu featured two of my very favorite food items any time of year: curry and butternut squash.Born and bred in the City of Big Shoulders (and big pork chops, steaks and ribs), she’s a meat and potatoes aficionado.Maybe if all steaks were wok-fried at intense heat, her husband might become a convert to the joys of the carnivorous persuasion.