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New England chefs give recipes a flavor of Asia

Provenance and business ethics key issues for restaurateurs

Asia Mei, chef at Moonshine 152, sources baby vegetables from local farms that support inner-city children. (Photo by Wendy Lim)

BOSTON -- Growing numbers of Chinese-American restaurateurs in Boston are recreating traditional Asian recipes with fresh New England produce, reflecting the rich multicultural history of food in the northeastern United States.

Popular restaurants such as Mei Mei, Moonshine 152 and Myers+Chang are owned by Chinese-Americans who grew up in the U.S and entered the food industry with a commitment to supporting local industry wherever possible.

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