Ingredients alone don't create the cuisine. What about plating presentations, flavor combinations, and the blend of textures and colors that have helped promote Asian cuisine in American restaurants? Here are just a couple of examples of what we're talking about: At AquaKnox in Atlanta, the menu features global water cuisine and fresh ingredients. For instance, the Asian-inspired Black Bean Sweet Chili-Glazed Grouper combines the intense flavors of lemon grass broth, hon shimeji ...
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