$15 for Five Groupons, Each Good for $6 Worth of Chinese Food at Nealley's Corner Store ($30 Total Value)

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In a Nutshell

Chinese classics such as fried rice, lo mein, and General Tso’s chicken along with sushi, hibachi, and grocery items

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Merchant will only travel 15 miles from the zip code 0444 for delivery purposes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Deal

  • $15 for five Groupons, each good for $6 worth of Chinese food, sushi, and hibachi grill ($30 total value)
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Fortune Cookies: A Sweet Mystery Unwrapped

Most of us have tried to decipher the occasionally cryptic proverbs hidden inside a fortune cookie, but inside each treat looms a bigger question: how do the paper fortunes even get inside?

The answer lies in the ingredients. Mostly composed of sugar, flour, water, and eggs, fortune cookies emerge from the oven soft and malleable, hardening as they cool. Within that short time frame, a baker must keep the cookie warm while inserting the paper and folding the dough over. In many cases, oil- and moisture-resistant paper allows for added protection as the cookie dries.

Naturally, this process can be quite labor intensive. The first fortune cookies were made one at a time, and bakers used chopsticks as a folding tool. But in 1974, Edward Louie—the owner of the Lotus Fortune Cookie Company in San Francisco—invented a machine that was able to do the work much faster. This machine, like most in use today, employed a vacuum to suck the fortunes into place before two mechanical fingers grabbed the hot cookies, folded them in half, and bent them into their iconic crescent shape. Today, machines can fold as many as 8,000 cookies an hour—forcing many a psychic to furiously type away just to keep up.

Customer Reviews

Great food! Give it a try you will be surprised. Best Chinese food around the area!
Amanda L. · June 2, 2016
Try the Chicken Katau. The stir fried vegetables are excellent.
Michael W. · May 20, 2016
Don't let the outside fool you! This place is so good! I love the cucumber avocado rolls... and the fried rice made spicy! The spring rolls are great, and so is the Kung pao!
Jenny M. · March 3, 2016
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    Hampden

    1230 Kennebec Rd

    Hampden, ME 04444

    +12078620097

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