페이지 정보작성자 Goldthread 작성일20-02-27 00:00 조회50회 댓글0건
Gooey, chewy, and fluffy all at once, sweet rice cakes are a popular snack across southern China, often eaten as a dessert or afternoon pick-me-up. And this family in New York has been making them for over 80 years.
Paul Eng is the third-generation owner of Fong On, but when he took over the business in 2017, there was one problem: he didn’t know the recipes. So he had to learn everything from scratch and in the process rediscovered his family’s legacy.
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Producer: Gavin Huang
Videographer: Eric Jenkins-Sahlin
Editor: Joel Roche
Mastering: Victor Peña
Music: Audio Network
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