Adventures in pot stickers

By LINDSAY STERLING  |  January 13, 2010

His first night in the States was in a hotel outside a New York airport. He marveled at all the lights in his room and water coming out of the faucet. The next day he flew to Portland. He worked at Barber Foods for 10 years, then as a truck driver for three more. In 2003, with help from a bank, he and Mealy Khiev, who had arrived in 1997, bought the store together.

Get the recipe at immigrantkitchens.blogspot.com. Lindsay Sterling can be reached at lindsay@lindsaysterling.com.

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