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Christmas Day Chinese Food Round-up

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Many folks of the non-noel persuasion have long associated Christmas with Chinese food. If you’re reading this, chances are good you already have that sweet and sour feeling.

On this hungry day, let some of the foodies be your guide. Follow them through the wide world of Chinese cuisine, from the strictly authentic to the offensively fraudulent.

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