Healthy eating begins with traditional Asian glutinous goodness at Shanghai Oriental Food in Hopkins

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3 thoughts on “Healthy eating begins with traditional Asian glutinous goodness at Shanghai Oriental Food in Hopkins

  1. Hi. Pam McFerrin pointed out that you report for the Daily Planet. I’ve been sitting on a column idea for several years now – – – since I lived and “dined” in DC. I’ve been back in Minneapolis now for almost 2 years, godhelpme!!! Anyways. if you’d be interested in meeting me, I would like to talk with you about my idea. I see that you’re an active journalist. I am not, but I am dabbling in videography and do a print column for 2 community newspapers. I am more a good eater and writer, less the latter,

    OH, and have you been to

    Asian Direct Oriental Market?

    They probably laugh at me everytime I leave with my stooooopid american questions, but I do like it there. It feels very much like I’m NOT in Richfield, MN

    Colette

  2. I lived in D.C. for more than six years. All I can say is that I’m glad I’m here, now. I’ve seen your videos – they’re great. Thanks for reading my articles.

  3. Chinese foods, or for that matter any Asian cuisine comprises of health benefits for all. The best part about these healthful cuisines is that these are easy to prepare and have excellent health benefits along with taste.

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