Video Break: A Jewish Christmas at Café China

Every year, while my goyish friends are at church and rocking around the Christmas tree, I don my chopsticks to explore some serious Chinese food. This year, I decided to visit Café China to taste their refined renditions of classic Szechuan dishes, like mapo tofu and tea-smoked duck. And at the restaurant, I run into a familiar face who is also grubbing on some noodles in celebration of the big holiday. See who it is after the jump…

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    “See who it is after the jump…”

    Provided you can’t see the picture of Santa on the main page.

    One of my favorite things to do at a restaurant is watch people people struggle with chop sticks. If you don’t know how to use them, why don’t you just use a fork? Isn’t it really frustrating?

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