When I was a kid, growing up on the East Coast, we were a Chinese food centric family. We the only other ethnic foods we ate beyond Cantonese, Szechwan, and Peking, were Italian, and if we were really going out on a limb, Greek. No Thai, no Indian, no Mexican, no sushi – just Chinese, every week, sometimes twice in a week. And we liked it. One thing I always wondered was, why weren't there any Chinese chain restaurants? Especially for all the places in this country that don't have good Chinese food. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to stop in at a place, say, if you were driving through Texas, and get some good mu shu? Doesn't have to be great mu shu, but at least mu shu you can trust? Well, now there is a chain, a few actually, but unfortunately, the biggest is Panda Express, which, is trusty in the sense that you're guaranteed the same, nasty, mall-grade slop from coast to shining coast. Oh well, Texas doesn't deserve good Chinese anyway.