Attendees at the July Fancy Food Show in Javits Center in New York saw a growing number of what used to be considered ethnic foods, but which are now so familiar in the U.S. market that they are almost as "American as apple pie." Chinese, Italian, Mexican and Thai all are growing in popularity. Prepackaged fresh or frozen stir-fry vegetables are available in the produce section or frozen food cases across the country, but few stop to think they originated from the ancient Oriental cooking ...

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