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by Bill Addison

In Helen You’s spicy beef dumplings, grated ginger isn’t just a flavor — it’s a deliberate physical sensation, its juicy crunch a bolded exclamation point against the highly...

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by Tejal Rao

At her home in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, Helen You made dumplings and told her children stories about growing up in China. About how when...

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Restaurant Review
 
 
by Pete Wells

When I am on my way to a big dinner at a restaurant in Flushing, Queens, I like to limber up by eating a dozen of Helen You’s dumplings.

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Eater Magazine
 
 
by Daniela Galarza

A few years ago, I was living in LA and taking regular trips to the San Gabriel Valley, home to hundreds of restaurants serving regional Chinese food ...

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AM New York
 
 
by Meredith Deliso

Dumplings just make Helen You happy. The native of Tianjin, China, grew up making the traditional Chinese fare with her mother... 

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Serious Eats
 
 
by Ed Levine

You probably won't be able to hear it, but I was moved to tears by my interview with dumpling queen Helen You on this week's Special Sauce. Helen is the owner of ...

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