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Throw a dumpling party, let the guests do the work

By Kimberly W. Moy
Globe Correspondent / January 25, 2006

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When I was growing up in Honolulu, if we wanted to eat dumplings -- or any of the other things my Mom didn't make -- we'd go out. I have my piano teacher to thank for introducing me at age 11 to Woodlands, her favorite northern Chinese restaurant. Woodlands' potstickers led me to favor pan-fried and steamed dumplings, known as ... (Full article: 432 words)

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