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  • A Rare Touch of Shanghai on Spring Mountain

    By Max Jacobson

    One cuisine I can’t get enough of is Shanghainese, part of the vast cooking empire that defines the food of China. It’s a cuisine that uses alcohol and sugar more than others in China, with a multitude of fish and seafood preparations, most notably eel with yellow chive, and the infamous hairy crab, neither of which are reliably found in Vegas.