Food Field Trips » Chinatown Market Tour: Seasonings & Flavorings
From fermented soybeans to pickled radish to preserved thousand-year-old eggs, Wilson Wong provides a guided tour through his Sun Sun market in Boston's Chinatown. Learn about the various sauces, seaweeds, mushrooms and more that provide the unmistakable flavors and aromas found in wonderfully satisfying 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 Sunday, March 8, 2015, at 2:24 pm by mitra:Hi. Thanks for your precious information about variety of Asian cuisine items. In your next video give some information about Chinese vegetables please.
Posted Tuesday, February 16, 2010, at 9:28 pm by Lynne:super interesting. i love going to Asian markets but definitely get overwhelmed. Thanks Wilson. i'll feel more up to trying some new things next time i shop.
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