The sale of food by the chinese Eateries has undergone the full cycle in North America, Europe and Australia.
When the first Chinese workers came over the Chinese Eatery served to bring to the hungry men what they would eat if they were home. The basic noodle dish with a little bit of meat sustained many for a long time.
The noodle captured the attention of foreigners and soon they discovered the subtle taste of Chinese cooking and became addicted, leading to the place of Chinese food as one of the most popular items in the taste of non-Chinese. In time the food became more and more what the non-Chinese customer wanted.
The rise of the wealthy Chinese tourist has revived the standard of Chinese working outside of China. This book serves the purpose of teaching the non-Chinese how to please the Chinese diner and to please him with that unique blend of Chinese cooking styles, using non-Chinese ingredients, in a non-Chinese kitchen and serving Chinese customers from China.
It has been a long learning journey to come so far but the end of the chinese Eatery bringing everything edible to the world has been reached.