How Asian immigrants are transforming San Francisco Bay Area’s food culture

//How Asian immigrants are transforming San Francisco Bay Area’s food culture

How Asian immigrants are transforming San Francisco Bay Area’s food culture

When Tracy Goh moved from Malaysia to San Francisco in 2012, she didn’t know anyone in her adopted city, so she began hosting pop-up dinners in her flat to make friends.But what started as small social gatherings soon grew into events with 20 to 60 diners, as her food – especially her laksa – started winning fans. Goh soon decided to leave her marketing job to take up cooking full-time.In 2017 and 2018, she served more than 1,000 bowls of laksa in rented restaurants and shared kitchens, hoping…

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