moo shu


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moo shu

 (mo͞o′ sho͞o′)
n.
Variant of mu shu.
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Specifically designed to be prepared with a multi-cooker and on the dinner table in 60 minutes or less, the thoroughly kitchen cook friendly recipes range from Kielbasa Potato Soup; Hearty Beef and Bean Chili; Mediterranean Chicken with Olives; and Sirloin Tips in Mushroom and Onion Gravy; to Moo Shu Pork; Creamy Mashed Butternut Squash; Maple-Glazed Carrots; and Dark Chocolate Pudding.
Serves 4 Per serving (3A cup): calories 3201 total fat 18 g | sat fat 3.5 g carbs 8 g | fiber 2 g | protein 30 g | sodium 560 mg Moo Shu Vegetables 1 Tbs.
A century ago, Jews frequented Chinese restaurants not just because they served moo shu chicken (or "safe treif') but because they were the only dining establishments open on Sundays and, of course, Christmas.
Stravinsky: "Fanfare for a New Theater" from the ballet Agon; Gesualdo: Belta, poi che t'assenti; David Sanford: Corpus; Elliott Sharp: Beyond the Curve; Su Lian Tan: Moo Shu Rap Wrap; Daniel Grabois: Migration; Jon Nelson: Dream of Miles; Randy Brecker (arr.
Vegan pizza, Chinese moo shu vegetables, Indian curries and dal, bean tacos and burritos without the lard and cheese (available from Chipotle, Taco Bell, etc.), hummus and tabouli, Ethiopian injera (bread) and stews, Thai vegetable curries ...
Dishes range from meals to sweets and beverages, including Abu's Monkey Bread, Mushu's Moo Shu, Belle's Bonjour Baguette, Princess Pink Popcorn, and much more.
Nothing like a good old-fashioned cockroach infestation in a Chinese restaurant to squelch your appetite for moo shu pork.
Moo shu vegetable came with a hefty dose of cabbage mixed with carrots and mushrooms.
Whole wheat pasta makes Italian primo, and opting for steamed entrees means Chinese is packed with moo shu goodness (not grease).
But when the staff brings you takeout * because giving up privacy is one thing, moo shu pork quite another * I hope you get a fortune cookie with this Chinese proverb: speech is the voice of the heart.
"Chinese food" usually conjures up images of fried rice and moo shu pork from a local Asian restaurant.
Jung's stir-fry comes with a choice of steamed rice or the Mandarin pancakes typically served with moo shu pork.