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What Asian dish brings you comfort or reminds you of home?

Melanie Wong | May 16, 202102:12 PM     8

The Washington Post asks for reader submissions.

"Food can be a great source of comfort, especially now during the pandemic. In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we spoke to Asian chefs and celebrities. When asked what dish is giving them comfort, many picked simple dishes that remind them of their mother’s cooking, flavors all of us have been chasing since childhood. We want to document the role Asian cuisines have played in your life. What dishes, like Butter Chicken or Chicken Adobo, are bringing you comfort in these trying times? How are you connecting with others around the table? Share your experience with us, and a reporter may follow up with you. Read our full submission and discussion guidelines here."

What Asian dish brings you comfort or reminds you of home?

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