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The following two appeared in Washington Post, Oct. 7, 2009.

(1) A photograph by Dayna Smith, of Chef Chang in Wu's Garden.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/photo/2009/10/06/PH2009100600775.html

(2) An article:

Jane Black, Award-Winning David Chang Revealed; The Chef Riffs On Worrying, What's Next and Wu's in Vienna. Washington Post, Oct. 7, 2009.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/10/06/AR2009100600762.html?sub=AR

Note:
(a) riff (n): "a succinct usually witty comment"
(b) Vienna, Virginia (a town in Fairfax County; 10 miles west of Washington, DC)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vienna,_Virginia
("In July 2005, CNN/Money and Money magazine ranked Vienna fourth on its list of the 100 best places to live in the United States.")
(c) Chef David Chang was born in northern Virginia, whose parents are immigrants from S Korea.
(d) Wu's Garden 魯園飯店 (from 華商資訊網- DC)
www.wjbusiness.com/wjb_DC/23913468.htm

There are two photographs--the difference being one with a big sign in front--of the restaurant, seemingly by the same photographer. I do not know which is earlier.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/wmarkdyer/3301863779/

(e) Momofuku Noodle Bar is located at East Village, in Manhattan, New York City.
http://www.momofuku.com/noodle/default.asp

(f) Momofuku Ando 安藤 百福 (1910-2007)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Momofuku_Ando
(Born in Taiwan as 吳百福 by Taiwanese parents in colonial time, he went to Japan in 1933 and got naturalized. In 1958 he invented instant noodles.)
(g) CliffsNotes
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CliffsNotes
(h) In "the coffered red and gold ceiling made in Taiwan," the transitive verb "coffer" is defined as "to form a ceiling with recessed panels"

An example:
Vatican City: Vatican Museum: coffered ceiling
http://www.cambridge2000.com/gallery/html/PC1617755e.html

(i) Dashi 出汁 (Japanese)

What is "bacon dashi"? See paragraph 5 from the BOTTOM of this article.

(j) hard-ass (n, adj.): "often vulgar : a tough, demanding, or uncompromising person"
(k) edamame 枝豆 (Japanese snack)
(l) sweetbreads (n): "the thymus or pancreas of a young animal (as a calf) used for food"
(m) headcheese (n): "a jellied loaf or sausage made from edible parts of the head, feet, and sometimes the tongue and heart especially of a pig"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Head_cheese

(n) Ssam
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ssam
(o) consomme (n, French): "clear soup made from well-seasoned stock"
(p) The "cereal milk" was invented by Chang and his associates. See

Robin Raisfeld and Rob Patronite, Got Cereal Milk?  Momofuku’s overachieving pastry chef writes HAACP plans, eats pie for breakfast, and will only drink milk that’s been infused with cereal—preferably Lucky Charms. New York (magazine), Nov. 23, 2008.
http://nymag.com/restaurants/features/52411/

Quote:

"[Q] Cereal milk?

"[A] I never drank milk when I was a kid unless it was with really sweet cereal, and the only way that I’d actually drink the milk out of the bowl is if I’d had like three bowls of Lucky Charms.

"[Q] How do you make it here?

"[A] We take corn flakes and toast them and steep them in milk, strain them, and then there’s a very small portion of sugar and salt just to balance it a little bit. The toasting of something and steeping it in milk is very much something I attribute to Sam and Wylie.

Footnote:
* This is what cereal milk looks like.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/yummyinthetummyblog/3082442601/
* Lucky Charms
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucky_Charms

(q) The peppercorn is fruit of black pepper.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_pepper
(r) I can not find what "bridge recipe" is.
  

Definitions (a),(h),(j),(l),(m) and (o) come from www.m-w.com.

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 楼主| 发表于 10-12-2009 09:27:22 | 显示全部楼层

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Sorry, about the photograph in Note (d).

The real photograph (exterior, interior and dishes) is
http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/3C6KNV7qKevm7aM5iqH8PA?select=yNmhDD4stJ29Ev6MAaLyQQ

I made a mistake in the original posting, although I knew at the time there was an unrelated restaurant of the same same in Denver, Colorado.

【 在 choi 的大作中提到: 】
: The following two appeared in Washington Post, Oct. 7, 2009.
: (1) A photograph by Dayna Smith, of Chef Chang in Wu's Garden.
: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/photo/2009/10/06/PH2009100600775.html
: (2) An article:
: (以下引言省略...)

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 楼主| 发表于 10-12-2009 08:46:12 | 显示全部楼层

Celebrity Chef David Chang

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The following two appeared in Washington Post, Oct. 7, 2009.

(1) A photograph by Dayna Smith, of Chef Chang in Wu's Garden.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/photo/2009/10/06/PH2009100600775.html

(2) An article:

Jane Black, Award-Winning David Chang Revealed; The Chef Riffs On Worrying, What's Next and Wu's in Vienna. Washington Post, Oct. 7, 2009.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/10/06/AR2009100600762.html?sub=AR

Note:
(a) riff (n): "a succinct usually witty comment"
(b) Vienna, Virginia (a town in Fairfax County; 10 miles west of Washington, DC)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vienna,_Virginia
("In July 2005, CNN/Money and Money magazine ranked Vienna fourth on its list of the 100 best places to live in the United States.")
(c) Chef David Chang was born in northern Virginia, whose parents are immigrants from S Korea.
(d) Wu's Garden 魯園飯店 (from 華商資訊網- DC)
www.wjbusiness.com/wjb_DC/23913468.htm

There are two photographs--the difference being one with a big sign in front--of the restaurant, seemingly by the same photographer. I do not know which is earlier.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/wmarkdyer/3301863779/

(e) Momofuku Noodle Bar is located at East Village, in Manhattan, New York City.
http://www.momofuku.com/noodle/default.asp

(f) Momofuku Ando 安藤 百福 (1910-2007)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Momofuku_Ando
(Born in Taiwan as 吳百福 by Taiwanese parents in colonial time, he went to Japan in 1933 and got naturalized. In 1958 he invented instant noodles.)
(g) CliffsNotes
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CliffsNotes
(h) In "the coffered red and gold ceiling made in Taiwan," the transitive verb "coffer" is defined as "to form a ceiling with recessed panels"

An example:
Vatican City: Vatican Museum: coffered ceiling
http://www.cambridge2000.com/gallery/html/PC1617755e.html

(i) Dashi 出汁 (Japanese)

What is "bacon dashi"? See paragraph 5 from the BOTTOM of this article.

(j) hard-ass (n, adj.): "often vulgar : a tough, demanding, or uncompromising person"
(k) edamame 枝豆 (Japanese snack)
(l) sweetbreads (n): "the thymus or pancreas of a young animal (as a calf) used for food"
(m) headcheese (n): "a jellied loaf or sausage made from edible parts of the head, feet, and sometimes the tongue and heart especially of a pig"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Head_cheese

(n) Ssam
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ssam
(o) consomme (n, French): "clear soup made from well-seasoned stock"
(p) The "cereal milk" was invented by Chang and his associates. See

Robin Raisfeld and Rob Patronite, Got Cereal Milk?  Momofuku’s overachieving pastry chef writes HAACP plans, eats pie for breakfast, and will only drink milk that’s been infused with cereal—preferably Lucky Charms. New York (magazine), Nov. 23, 2008.
http://nymag.com/restaurants/features/52411/

Quote:

"[Q] Cereal milk?

"[A] I never drank milk when I was a kid unless it was with really sweet cereal, and the only way that I’d actually drink the milk out of the bowl is if I’d had like three bowls of Lucky Charms.

"[Q] How do you make it here?

"[A] We take corn flakes and toast them and steep them in milk, strain them, and then there’s a very small portion of sugar and salt just to balance it a little bit. The toasting of something and steeping it in milk is very much something I attribute to Sam and Wylie.

Footnote:
* This is what cereal milk looks like.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/yummyinthetummyblog/3082442601/
* Lucky Charms
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucky_Charms

(q) The peppercorn is fruit of black pepper.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_pepper
(r) I can not find what "bridge recipe" is.
  

Definitions (a),(h),(j),(l),(m) and (o) come from www.m-w.com.

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 楼主| 发表于 10-12-2009 09:27:22 | 显示全部楼层

Re: Celebrity Chef David Chang

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Sorry, about the photograph in Note (d).

The real photograph (exterior, interior and dishes) is
http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/3C6KNV7qKevm7aM5iqH8PA?select=yNmhDD4stJ29Ev6MAaLyQQ

I made a mistake in the original posting, although I knew at the time there was an unrelated restaurant of the same same in Denver, Colorado.

【 在 choi 的大作中提到: 】
: The following two appeared in Washington Post, Oct. 7, 2009.
: (1) A photograph by Dayna Smith, of Chef Chang in Wu's Garden.
: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/photo/2009/10/06/PH2009100600775.html
: (2) An article:
: (以下引言省略...)

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