This books was very educational! I expected it to be superficial , but it went into a lot of detail on the many aspects of Chinese foodPublished 6 days ago by Vladimir Barash
Fun to read author has a sense of humor that makes one chuckle !Published 14 days ago by Kathleen Klimaitis
A wonderful nonfiction account of the world of the Chinese restaurant industry in America. I had checked the book out from my local library to read. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Steph
Ms. Lee is an excellent writer and can make the most improbably subjects enjoyable to read about. Seemed to stretch out some topics longer than needed, but the human interest... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Jennifer 8. Lee uses a search for the origin of fortune cookies to take us on a historical tour of America's favorite ethnic food, Chinese cooing. And what a trip it is. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A. Silverstone
I love this story. The author packed more research into a single story than I have ever read, and she made it exciting. Truly a reading adventure. Read morePublished 4 months ago by DOROTHY
Great book! A very interesting read about the fortune cookie and the spread and adaptation of Chinese cuisine around the world.Published 4 months ago by Mikey's Mom
Jennifer Lee has not only written an exciting non-fiction history book about fortune cookies, her tale covers both chinese food, imigration and culture of the past century. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Constant Reader
im a foodie. but a book about american chinese food?
there's a short youtube vid clip of the author and some of the sniplets.
this takes the cake! (pun intended)