New Joe Special, Mongolian Barbecue (1963)
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RESTAURANTS OF SAN FRANCISCO
edited by Leonce Picot
Fort Lauderdale, FL: Gourmet International
NEW JOE'S 540 Broadway, S. F. (EX 2-9979) Right in the heart of the North Beach belt. If you're a people watcher and dig characters you'll enjoy this one. On other menus around town you will find Joe's Special--a kind of scrambled omelette with spinach, eggs, hamburger and onions; this is where this favorite San Francisco dish was created. Try it late at night.
The Gobi Inn is a treasure trove of adventures in Chinese cuisine, offering the less known Northern Chinese dishes as well as the more familiar Cantonese preparations. With keen insight Mr. Chen and Mr. Lee most astutuely have incorporated high adventure into their menu through the introduction of the Ghenghis Khan Fire Pot and Kublai Khan barbecue.
A method of food perparation that dates back to the days of the nomadic Mongolians that roved the Gobi Desert, the Fire Pot itself is a utensil which has comprised a portable kitchen to the orientals for centuries. (...)
The _Kublai Khan_ barbecue is a mixture of beef mixed with Chinese parsley and/or green onions and spiked with any combination of exotic sauces available such as soy sauce, sweet Chinese cooking wine, hot garlic sauce and a very hot chili oil. Served with Chinese buns, this may be eaten as a sandwich. (...)
MISSION BETWEEN OCEAN AND 7TH, CARMEL BY THE SEA.
(Sorry for looking at the wrong "Maltese dog." That's where the OED screen was when it flipped to LATER....MY BOOKS ARRIVED _SIX HOURS_ LATER. THE BELT BETWEEN THE JEFFERSON AND MADISON BUILDINGS BROKE WITH MY BOOKS ON IT. LIBRARY SUPERVISORS ARE NICE, BUT I DON'T ONE TO SEE ONE AGAIN ANYTIME SOON...AOL wasn't working, either...They have the BOSTON PHOENIX from 1980 only, so there goes the Steve's ice cream "mix-ins" and "Joe Six Pack"...No Key West phone directories for "key lime pie"...No British materials here to antedate "vegan" and "vegetarian," though I tried--ed.)
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