What is the difference between Chow Mein, Subgum Chow Mein and Lo Mein?
Chow Mein: Stir-fried bean sprouts loaded on top of crunchy noodles.
Subgum Chow Mein: Stir-fried combination of vegetables: diced celery, carrots, and water chestnuts (no bean sprouts) also loaded on top of crunchy noodles.
Lo Mein: Sautéed soft noodles, similar to yakisoba.

 
What are Chow Yuks?
Chow Yuk is basically sautéed vegetables with your choice of meat.For example, Shrimp Chow Yuk means shrimp sautéed with fresh vegetables. Or Chicken Chow Yuk would be sliced chicken sautéed with fresh vegetables.We also can make Beef Chow Yuk and Pork Chow Yuk!

What is Mu Shu Pork?
Mu Shu Pork is an authentic dish from Northern China, possibly Shandong area.The main character is a wonderful sautéed mixture of shredded pork, cabbage, wood ear mushroom, and carrots in a savory sauce. Spread a dollop of Plum sauce on a pancake, add the delicious stir-fry mixture, wrap it all up and dinner is served!
 
What is Egg Flower Soup?
A hearty broth simmered with minced pork, corn, and of course, egg. Its name comes from its beautiful appearance because the egg is drizzled into the soup, forming beautiful ribbons that resemble long flower petals.
 
What is Hot and Sour Soup?
A Chinese classic – full flavored soup stewed with minced pork, bamboo shoots, wood ear mushrooms, white mushrooms, tofu, and black pepper. Great for combating a cold!

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Red Apple Restaurant's Promise
Please understand that Red Apple is a restaurant, not a fast food joint therefore EVERYTHING is cooked fresh and made to order. No entrees are ever premade or reheated!! We realize delicious Chinese food starts from fresh, quality ingredients and we make it unique with our own, made-from-scratch recipe sauces.That is our commitment to you.

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