It’s true. Everyone eats Chinese food on Christmas

It’s true. Everyone eats Chinese food on Christmas

According to data from Google Trends and GrubHub, Chinese food remains the most popular type of food order on Christmas. ‘Tis the season for Chinese food. Searches for “Chinese food” peak on Christmas Day, according to Google. It’s a trend that’s been happening for at least a decade (2004 is the earliest year that the data is available). Tradition has it that Jews eat Chinese food on Christmas (and go to the movies). Why? Because they’re typically the only places

What Is The Difference Between Sushi, Sashimi And Maki?

What Is The Difference Between Sushi, Sashimi And Maki?

Sushi, sashimi and maki are often considered synonyms. The most common one, sushi, is a typical Japanese delicacies prepared with cooked rice, vinegar, fish, condiments or other suitable ingredients. While sashimi and maki are distinct dishes in Japanese cuisine. Sashimi refers to a thin slice of raw fish. This dish is traditionally served with daikon (Japanese radish), soy sauce and wasabi. You’ll see a sashimi section on most sushi menus, but surprise! This actually isn’t sushi at all. Technically speaking,

Vegetable Stir Fry

Vegetable Stir Fry

Vegetable stir fry is a quick and easy Chinese dish. Stir-frying adds a whole new dimension to your plain vegetables, only if you do it right. In this article, I want to explain how to prepare Chinese vegetable stir fry in detail.  Your lustrous, gorgeous vegetable stir fry with remarkable texture will knock your socks off. You will recognize immediately the ineffable taste that you are familiar with at the Chinese restaurant. I have divided this recipe into five steps:

Tuna Tataki

Tuna Tataki

Tuna Tataki (キハダ鮪のたたき) is a yellowfin/ahi tuna lightly seared and serve rare with citrus base soy sauce. It’s very easy and quick to prepare, and it is a light yet flavorful appetizer to start a meal. You may wonder what “tataki (たたき)” means. Literal translation of tataki is “pounded” in Japanese which doesn’t really anything have to do with searing. There are a few theories for the origin of name based on different ways of preparing fish (or meat) in

Review by dgrubs.com

Review by dgrubs.com

Located in Cambridge, Mix It serves a mix of Japanese, Thai, Chinese, Indonesian and Korean food. They have noodles, rice, soups, salads and sushi to boot. The restaurant has great light at the tables in the front by the windows – we will certainly be back when the weather gets a little warmer! Can’t make it in to the restaurant? Did I mention that they have free delivery (and you can use the promo code: SPRING17 when you order online

Health Benefits of Sushi

Health Benefits of Sushi

Some of the health benefits of sushi include its ability to lower blood pressure, decrease levels of “bad” cholesterol in the body, improve hormone balance, increase the metabolism, prevent certain cancers, aid in the health of your gastrointestinal system, boost circulation, build strong bones, and improve the strength of your immune system. No matter where you are in the world, or what your personal preferences are for food, there is a good chance that you have eaten, seen, or been

Marvin Gilmore at Mix-It Restaurant

Marvin Gilmore at Mix-It Restaurant

Mr. Marvin Gilmore had dinner at Mix-It Restaurant in Cambridge on September 7, 2015. Marvin Gilmore “There are many heroes in the story of Boston’s remarkable revival, and one of them is Marvin Gilmore,” said Michael Dukakis, former governor of Massachusetts, in a newly released biography about the 90-year-old Cambridge resident. “In fact, his story should be an inspiration to every young person in this country who wants to do great things.” Wanting to share Gilmore’s stories and his role in

Boston’s Best Asian Brings You Cuisine That’s Anything but Ordinary (10 Best – USAToday)

Boston’s Best Asian Brings You Cuisine That’s Anything but Ordinary (10 Best – USAToday)

Boston’s Best Asian 3. Mix-It Mix-It, an Asian Fusion restaurant, burst onto the scene in 2014. Welcoming diners from of all kinds (including kids), Mix-It makes it fun to experience a variety of Asian dishes. Set on Mass Ave between two popular Squares, Harvard and Porter, Mix-It’s inviting space is sleek, modern and exceptionally clean. Mix-It casts a wide net to reel in some of Asia’s best dishes without singling out one style or country, and it works. They’ve mastered

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