Smoke billowed overhead as we made our way through crowds of people sucking on neon juice from adult-sized baby bottles. 626 Night Market, which comes to the Bay Area twice a year, bills itself as a destination for all things Asian street food — from bao to boba. But, to me, the only reason to come is Michael Liu’s Chinese barbecue.
Within minutes of arriving at the Alameda County Fairgrounds back in May, my family and I couldn’t help but notice people clutching golden skewers of beef, lamb and chicken, and the way they flared out like floral arrangements. They were beautiful, and just looking at the reddish, slightly charred pieces made our mouths water. We wandered with intention, past the booths selling ramen cups and Hello Kitty-stamped omelets, until we arrived at Taste Memory.
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