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This Bay Area Steakhouse Is Selling $42 Fried Rice

Should I or shouldn’t I?

LB Steak’s Wagyu fried rice. Credit LB Steak/Zach Waldren

Fried rice is usually a pretty simple dish. You take some white rice (preferably rice that’s already a day or so old), and fry it up in a pan with oil, soy sauce, egg, veggies and more. It’s a staple of Chinese cuisine takeout (and a great way to use up some leftovers). In celebration of the Lunar New Year, however, one Bay Area…




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