by Kevin Allman
Researchers presenting at the 245th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society in New Orleans said foods like Yak-a-mein, which contain salts, protein and other ingredients, really can help drinkers recover from the effects of alcohol consumption.
"Folklore has it that American soldiers from New Orleans stationed in Korea in the 1950s learned to appreciate Yak-a-mein on the morning after, and brought a taste for it back home," Alyson E. Mitchell, Ph.D., of the University of California at Davis said in a statement.
A Baltimore Fav pronounced Yak Gow Mane.
I find that different regions do this cheap Chinese dish differently.
West Baltimore makes a sweet version, East Baltimore salty, and Philly's version is covered in gravy and not ketchup.
Clearly the Crescent City and Charm City share more than a waterfront, John Waters and David Simon.