A distinctly Venezuelan specialty is hallaca, in which a plantain leaf is stuffed with corn dough, pork, vegetables, chicken and raisins, then steamed. (July 14, 2012) (Credit: Yana Paskova)
If you think you know what the eatery called
is all about, you may be only half right. What the name of the counter-service spot doesn't tell you is that it also offers a roadway into the cuisine of Venezuela, the country where its owner, Wang Wong, was born. Brought up by a Venezuelan mother and a father who came from Hong Kong, Wong learned at home to cook boldly,...
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