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Electric Pressure Cooker with Stainless Insert?

There are two:

Gourmet brand, and InstantPot. Unfortunately, neither gets up to 15 psi. Gourmet gets up to 13, and Instant is between 10 and 11 psi.

http://www.simply-natural.biz/product...
http://instantpot.com/

Jan 26, 2011
sandaili in Cookware

In Cupertino, looking for anywhere that has NY or Michigan style chinese food

Actually, we asked if Soong Soong could make us Moo Goo Gai Pan and they said no problem. It's only a different kind of sauce. However, they have to know how to make the sauce, or k now even what Moo Goo is.

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Soong Soong
3680 Stevens Creek Blvd, San Jose, CA 95117

In Cupertino, looking for anywhere that has NY or Michigan style chinese food

Trust me, there are plenty of horrible, disgusting Chinese restaurants in Michigan. We had a hard time finding good food there, too, but at least almost every place at least had the things I was wanting to try on the menu. Every time we finally found a wonderful place, we had to relocate :(

Old New York pseudo-cantonese style chinese food in the bay area?

Wow, I just put a post up asking about this! I want to find Moo Goo Gai Pan - I didn't realize it was Cantonese....the hunt continues. My fiance is from NY and I'm from Michigan. We desperately are looking for one of these, plus someone who does crab rangoon.

In Cupertino, looking for anywhere that has NY or Michigan style chinese food

Thanks. I understand what you're saying, but even if we find a place thats just plain good....I think that's really what I meant. I just want to find a place that has Moo Goo and crab cheese, really. That's what i meant by "east coast" because every place back east had those.

From what we've had here, places in Sunnyvale/Cupertino are just using really bad ingredients, not enough sauces, and no one does Moo Goo Gai Pan except for one place. We can't justify spending over $50 on one meal of chinese food if it's worse than what we can make at home, or has no flavor.

We'll try those places.

In Cupertino, looking for anywhere that has NY or Michigan style chinese food

Please help! We can't find a single place that does Chinese food that tastes like it does back East. Or a place that does crab cheese/crab rangoon, or good spare ribs. We tried a few places but the food has been hit or miss. Golden Wok in Cupertino was not good, no flavor to the food whatsoever. Really odd, and the only time we've felt that way. We also tried China Shuttle and were not impressed (very expensive for what they give, and the quality). The best we have found, and a place that actually does a decent Moo Goo Gai Pan, is next to the Australian Expat store on Stevens Creek Blvd. in San Jose (Soong Soong I believe). However, we went there for lunch and again for dinner after receiving a great first order, and the food was not the same.

Basically we're looking for killer: Moo Goo Gai Pan, General Chicken, and Crab Rangoon.

BTW - we used to haunt Crazy Buffet (only for a few select items - crab legs and crab rangoon, and filling up on hot and sour soup). Ever since their upgrades, the food is made differently, course the legs are the same, but many of the other things we snacked on just are different. We still go but not as often. I know, it's a buffet - but 14.99 for unlimited crab legs, it's a deal.

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China Shuttle Restaurant
22382 Homestead Rd, Cupertino, CA 95014

Crazy Buffet
830 E El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087

Where to buy chicken livers/hearts? I'm in San Jose

Basically, the title says it all...I am not sure where to buy these!

Where to buy grass-fed meats?

Thank you so much! You guys are awesome! I will look at the butcher counter the next time I'm at Whole Foods, but also everywhere else you mentioned. *hugs*

Where to buy grass-fed meats?

I know all the stores I go to have "vegetarian diet", but I want a no grain diet for my meats.....but I've looked everywhere. I'm in Sunnyvale/Mountain View/ San Jose area, but I can't find a thing. I'm willing to drive.

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