The emergence of action stations in onsite dining venues has opened the door to many cooking practices that were once reserved for professional chefs and restaurateurs. One such practice is the art of wok cooking, a technique has been around for more than 2,000 years. It dates as far back as the Han Dynasty when woks made of pottery were used over open fires. One thing is certain: Chinese and other Asian cuisines are here to stay. Wok cooking is now prevalent in almost every corner of ...

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