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tre2012 | Apr 8, 202103:46 PM     1

Pete Wells, NYTimes food critic, has done another mouthwatering review, this time on Followsoshi in Flushing NY. Since what shows up there eventually migrates our way, I thought some folks might enjoy the article and videos. I believe NYT allows a small # of free article access per month.

From China’s Far North, a Paradoxical Noodle Lands in Queens
The roasted cold noodles at Followsoshi in Flushing aren’t cold and don’t look much like other noodles.
NY Times by Pete Wells 08April2021

From China’s Far North, a Paradoxical Noodle Lands in Queens

The roasted cold noodles at Followsoshi in Flushing aren’t cold and don’t look much like other noodles.

www.nytimes.com
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