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Jade’s BBQ

Steamed pork buns are a love 'em or hate 'em kind of thing. All puffy, white and doughy, they're a bit like eating a pillow stuffed with meat. There's a certain nursery-like comfort to them, as well, though. When done right (and they rarely are), they're a steamy, sweet-savory treat that has no real English translation "other than a sort of pork-filled jelly doughnut.

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Just a quick find before I jet off to the islands-
Steamed pork
buns are a love ’em or hate ’em kind of thing. All puffy, white and
doughy, they’re a bit like eating a pillow stuffed with meat. There’s a
certain nursery-like comfort to them, as well, though. When done right
(and they rarely are), they’re a steamy, sweet-savory treat that has no
real English translation “other than a sort of pork-filled jelly
doughnut.
I’ve had a tough time finding them fresh in the
North Bay. Sadly, Asia Gourmet, which routinely brought them in from
the city, recently closed its doors. In a stroke of good luck, however,
I stumbled on Jade BBQ on Santa Rosa Ave.
The spot’s been there
just a few months, serving up the usual take-out Asian fare, along with
hamburgers, fish ‘n chips and a few BBQ items. What’s more interesting,
however, is their steamed pork buns and duck special. For $14.99, you
can get half a crispy duck with a complement of plumy Hoisin sauce and
four fresh steamed buns.
The duck’s a bit fatty, but hey, it’s
duck. Chopped into mostly bite-sized pieces, you get a breast, leg and
wing with plenty of crispy, sinful skin. Be warned, the buns are
addictive.
Aloha!
Jade’s BBQ, 2790 Santa Rosa Ave, Santa Rosa, (707) 527-8536. Open Monday through Saturday.

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