- Angela C. Bond
- I've been thinking about the scallion pancakes at ABC Cafe since last Wednesday.
Chinese food, like hot dogs, fills a specific void in our stomach. It's a compartment that sends a very specific craving to our brain. By lunch, most of us know if we're having Chinese for dinner. And just as barbecue slides from white tablecloth to greasy sack in this city, Chinese has a huge range in price, preparation and MSG content for Kansas Citians.
When you're caught in the throes of a Chinese craving, who's cooking for you and what's the dish you're eating?