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There is a bakery I like on Clement Street around 7th; I don't know
the name but it's logo is a yellow dragon. The only Chinese pastry I
ever had before was a sesame ball, but they were out and the lady
suggested something else. I expected a fruit filling but it was some
sort of meat and mild chiles. I'd rather not know what kind of meat
was in it but it was delicious! They had just come out of the fryer
so they were nice and hot, but so filling I could only eat two of
them. The texture of the dough was good, and even though it was
saturated with oil it wasn't too greasy. And you can buy three of
them for only $1.50.

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Guy Bannis wrote:

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I expected a fruit filling but it was some
sort of meat and mild chiles. I'd rather not know what kind of meat
was in it but it was delicious!


What a strange remark!


Not if the restaurant is called the Peking Moon.

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Guy wrote on Mon, 08 Sep 2008 18:17:24 -0700:

I expected a fruit filling but it was some
sort of meat and mild chiles. I'd rather not know what kind
of meat was in it but it was delicious!


You might want to enquire if there are other fillings. There is a place
near where I live (in Rockville, MD) that has what seem to be similar
baked buns. The pastry is soft and very slightly sweet. I remember
bean, pork and chicken curry and there are others.......pretty good too!

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"Cuddly Duddly" wrote:

Years ago in England, the authorities rolled up a Chinese bakery/restaurant
when the garbage collectors noticed every collection day an inordinate
number of used, opened dog food cans. Hmmm.....


Prolly another urban legend.


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Cuddly Duddly writes:

Years ago in England, the authorities rolled up a Chinese
bakery/restaurant when the garbage collectors noticed every
collection day an inordinate number of used, opened dog food
cans. Hmmm.....



If a known or self-identified Republican posted such a thing,
he'd be set upon and denounced as a racist.



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