Dec 02, 2016

The Journal 12/02/2016 | Chef credited with inventing General Tso's chicken has died

The Chinese master chef credited with inventing General Tso's Chicken has died at 98. Chef Peng Chang-kuei (chang-KWAY') brought the sticky, sweet-and-sour dish to New York 40 years ago

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