Food Field Trips » Chinatown Market Tour: Produce, Fish & Meat
From vibrant vegetables to the mysterious durian fruit and fresh whole fish, Wilson Wong walks us through the wonders of his Sun Sun Chinese market. Along the way, Wilson explains how and why these ingredients are utilized so that you can shop confidently and create enticing Chinese dishes. Thanks to Asian Boston Magazine for helping us bring this how-to to you.
Wilson Wong is a familiar face in Boston's historical Chinatown. As co-owner and manager of Sun Sun Company market, a business that has been in his family for over 60 years, he brings a wealth of knowledge to visitors and customers seeking the freshest fish, produce and condiments. In addition, Wilson owns and manages the Vinh Sun Restaurant on the city's popular Beach Street in front of the landmark Chinatown Gate. An active presence in his community, Wilson is a valuable resource to the history and development of Boston's Chinatown district.
Posted Thursday, February 23, 2012, at 4:47 pm by Elaine Murphy:Really nice job and I might just take Mr. wong up on his offer of a tour next time I'm in the neighborhood. Thank you Mr. Wong and How2heroes!
Posted Tuesday, January 24, 2012, at 12:51 pm by mariyum:OK, now I'm really going into withdrawals!! First I watched the Dim Sum video, and now I'm gonna cry... That was wonderful! Thank you! I'll be the person arrested in Burley ID for fishing for Ducks off the Snake river instead of trout. The local version of Asian is a buffet! No, I'm not kidding... But ya gotta keep the natives from getting restless... Thank you for the education, I would have had to pay tuition for that ordinarily. how2heroes is a great site that keeps us isolated but world-view folks from going stir crazy... Ok, too many puns, I know...
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