Holy night! Fried and served with a spicy mustard, these are the perfect Jewish Chinese Christmas treat.
Jewish Week Online Columnist
I’m a Jew who likes Christmas. Though not for the traditional reasons. I mean mistletoe, eggnog and sparkly lights are great and all, but I’m in it for the Chinese food. Like other Chosen People on this lonely day, I indulge in whatever action flick is in the theaters, and as much moo shu and fried rice as I can handle.
This July 4, toss the salt and pepper in favor of za'atar, a Middle Eastern spice blend.
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