If you love Chinese food, and you love sandwiches, the humble chow mein sandwich could be your new favorite nosh. Think a heaping portion of crispy fried noodles served onwait, more like spilling out ofa hamburger bun and smothered in brown gravy. This unique culinary creation is popular in Fall River, Massachusetts. Regina Mark, co-owner of Mee Sum Restaurant explains the immigrant origins of the beloved regional specialty.
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