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Introducing American Chinese food American Chinese cuisine can be traced back to the 19th century, when dishes like chop suey gained unexpected popularity.
More than 300 Chicago white girls have sacrificed themselves to the influence of chop suey joints during the last year, according to police statistics.
But next to it were the English words written in chop suey font, a style that in recent years has been derided as overly exoticizing.
The English menu at Kam Fung on 22nd Place in Chinatown features typical Chinese-American items like chop suey and beef with broccoli.
Her family ate canned chop suey, frozen fish sticks and iceberg lettuce with Wishbone dressing, but there was also applesauce from backyard trees and fresh corn, tomatoes and rhubarb from a victory garden that her parents kept up after the victory.
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CHOP SUEY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chop suey for English Language Learners
: a combination of vegetables and meat or fish that is served with rice
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