3 to 4.
By Irene Kuo
Lo mein, meaning stir-fried noodles in the Cantonese dialect, is very tasty when done with spirit. Speed and motions of cooking are always intimately related to the outcome of a dish, but they are nowhere as evident as in the stir-frying technique, and with no dish more particularly than the tossed noodles. Scopped, lifted, and showered back into the pan with lightning speed and energetic motions, these noodles are light and bouncy. Well seasoned and entwined with slivers of juicy meat and