UB Preserv Christmas Eve To Go: The Whole Duckin' Package - SOLD OUT
3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
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The Jewish American tradition of eating Chinese food on Christmas dates back to 1935 when, according to The New York Times, a man named Eng Shee Chuck brought chow mein on Christmas Day to the Jewish Children’s Home in Newark, NJ. NPR host Robert Siegel says it best: “Chinese food on Christmas has become as American Jewish as apple pie.”

UB Preserv celebrates the tradition of two cultures converging on this holiday with their Christmas Eve To Go menu:

$75 for 2 people
Duck Matzo Ball Soup
Duck Confit Fried Rice
Half Roast Duck served with scallion pancakes, hoisin, cucumbers, lettuce (make your own tacos!)
Sesame pandan cookies

Place your order by December 20. Pick up December 24 between 3pm and 6pm at 1609 Westheimer.