chop suey


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meat or fish stir-fried with vegetables (e.g., celery, onions, peppers or bean sprouts) seasoned with ginger and garlic and soy sauce

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Speaking through an interpreter, Cheung, of Bowburn Chop Suey House, on Durham Road West, spoke only to tell the court his name, date of birth and address.
Chop Suey is still getting use to the idea of being mother to her very own flock.
American chop suey with school-made meat sauce, seasoned green beans, garlic bread, peach cup and milk.
Chinese dish chop suey - which means "odds and ends" - was invented in America by Chinese cooks and first mentioned in print in 1888.
If you're having Chinese food, choose lower-fat options such as steamed fish, chicken chop suey or Szechwan prawns.
Foo Nam Low's, in Pitt Street, served ham bows and, for a few pence more, you could have chicken wings or legs, while a jug of chop suey was a bob.
A steaming plate of pork chop suey with two scoops of rice and an egg roll arrived just as I was finishing my starters.
Acts from around the country - including Titan Hot Seven Jazz Band from Connecticut, the Cornet Chop Suey Jazz Band from Missouri and the High Sierra Jazz Band from California - all will perform.
You could choose dishes such as steamed fish, chicken chop suey and Szechwan prawns.
One chop suey house even sent out a chicken fried rice meal containing rodents' droppings and hairs, prompting a food hygiene probe.
SEE in the Chinese New Year on Tuesday with Blue Dragon's Chop Suey Sauce - just 34 calories per serving, 49p from supermarkets nationwide
They supplied a question, and Jesus made chop suey out of it and their process.
The new additions, including three stir-fry sauces which will retail at 49p for a 120g sachet, aim to build on restaurant-style cooking at home with Hoi Sin and Garlic and Chop Suey flavours.