L.A.’s main Chinese drag awaits California COVID reopening

As California prepared to fully reopen, business at YungHo, a Taiwanese breakfast cafe on Valley Boulevard in San Gabriel, was almost back to normal.

Customers streamed in to pick up fried turnip cakes, rice porridge and youtiao, a churro-like fried dough, to go. A science teacher placed a large order of black sesame mochi and warm soy milk to celebrate her last Zoom class.

But the phone constantly rang with people asking questions that hinted at the upheaval of the last year: “Are you open for indoor dining?” “What items are still on the menu?”

Manager Andrew Zhang gives change to a customer at YungHo cafe.

Manager Andrew Zhang gives change to a customer at YungHo, a Taiwanese breakfast spot on Valley Boulevard in San Gabriel.

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In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Valley Boulevard was a “complete ghost town,” the cafe’s manager, Andrew Zhang, recalled.

As vaccinations picked up and case counts

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The #1 Worst Noodle Dish to Order at P.F. Chang’s

P.F. Chang’s was one of the first restaurants to introduce the lettuce wrap concept. Pretty brilliant, right? That was back in the 1990s, and today, with over 200 locations nationwide and P.F. Chang’s To Go locations opening as we move past the pandemic, we’ve examined the Chinese bistro’s menu. Whether you order P.F. Chang’s takeout or grab one of their P.F. Chang’s Home Menu items from the supermarket freezer, there are a few things you should know.

Keep reading to learn the #1 worst dish to order at P.F. Chang’s—and if you’re pondering dessert, don’t miss The #1 Worst Blizzard to Order at Dairy Queen.

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Right up front: The large majority of P.F. Chang’s dishes are loaded with sodium. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends a maximum of 2,300 milligrams of sodium per day, though they note that many of us get about 50% more

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‘Bright light of the Baltimore food scene’ widening his influence in new Netflix show

BALTIMORE — You have probably seen Tim Chin or one of his photographs of delectable, decadent food somewhere in Baltimore — from the LED Art Billboard near Pennsylvania Station to Visit Baltimore campaigns throughout the Mid-Atlantic.

Netflix found out about him, which led to his being cast as the guest co-host for “Fresh, Fried & Crispy,” a show in which host Daym Drops (a.k.a. YouTube personality Daymon Patterson) searches for the best meals in America.

The episode, which premiered June 9, is the culmination of the past four years of Chin’s combing the region for scrumptious bites and curating mouth-watering images for his social media posts, which have attracted tens of thousands of followers.

Chin, who goes by Chyno and uses @thebaltimorefoodie and @theboywiththebluebeard as his social media handles, considers the work he does as a food personality an asset to the restaurant industry, which has been struggling to find

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