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Five World-Famous Chefs Give Their Take on the Asian-Food Craze in America

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May 2, 2012   Copyright: The Newsweek/Daily Beast Company LLC

Since the California roll made its way to the U.S. in the mid-1980s, the popularity of Asian food has been on the rise stateside. Today, you can find sushi everywhere from grocery stores to $1,000-a-plate fine-dining establishments. Entire sections of Whole Foods are even dedicated to Asian cuisine. “It’s the zeitgeist,” said Danielle Chang, founder of Luckyrice. “In recent years, the understanding and appreciation for Asian culture has grown by leaps and bounds, and I think it’s due to the influence of increased trade and travel between Asia and the U.S.” ...

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