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It’s 10:30pm on a frosty December Tuesday, and Windsor Terrace—drowsy even during peak times—is all but battened down for the night, save for a row of Farrell’s faithful, watching the last few minutes of a basketball game. And then there’s East Wind Snack Shop, which remains fully lighted with pans still sizzling, even though owner Chris Cheung dished out his last dry-aged beef potsticker almost two hours ago. The reason for the after-hours action...
For a long while, tortillas were the go-to vessel for globally inspired sandwiches, likely spurred by the spate of Mexic-Asian Smorgasburg stands and taco trucks. But little by little, they’ve been overtaken by chewy Chinese steam buns. Also known as bao or mantou, these starchy pockets of steamed yeast dough are as versatile as they are unobtrusive, flavor-wise; they're essentially a tidy, palm-sized version of American white bread. So from the classic char siu...
I know a lot of people have mixed feelings about brunch, and I understand that, I really do! It's hard to imagine what could possible be worth dragging your (possibly hungover) self out of a nice, warm apartment just for the opportunity to stand on line for an hour in the freezing cold and all for a plate of French toast and a steady stream of mimosas, which will only contribute to your headache...

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