Eat & Drink

November 22, 2013 8:00 AM

An American feast with a subtle Asian accent

In early October, I asked seven local chefs who work in venues ranging from food trucks and catering to fine dining restaurants to create dishes for our special Thanksgiving Food issue. As the original recipes started arriving in my in-box, I began to notice an unexpected thread: most employed Asian ingredients and/or techniques.

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