THAI, THAI AGAIN: Eye-catching presentations and authentic ingredients are two reasons American diners keep coming back for more Asian menu specialties. With the explosion of interest in Asian cuisine, more Americans are discovering that what they always thought was Chinese is actually an Americanized version of the intricately complex regional cuisines harbored in the hearts and minds of vast numbers of Chinese who immigrated to California at the start of the Gold Rush in 1849. Though ...

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