Familiar with fortune cookies? Do Chinese restaurants in the UK even serve those as an after dinner treat? I do hope so, because it could prove to be your ticket to big Powerball prizes! Really!
Before writing this, I actually wasn’t sure about the origin of the ‘fortune cookie’. I wondered: is this a Chinese tradition? Or Asian maybe? Is it an American invention? A fast Wikepedia search gave me a better insight: it is not a Chinese tradition at all. The origin may be Japanese, but the fortune cookie we know today is definitely American.
Now, what brought me to write all this fortune cookie yada yada? I will not waste many more words explaining my reasons, since the video below is self explanatory. As in short introduction I will tell you that the woman in the video won $2 million buy using the lucky numbers she found on her fortune cookie note! How about that for a winning system!
Now go enjoy yourself some Chinese food and be sure to ask your waiter for a fortune cookie after dinner! Fingers crossed that they serve ’em! Well, you’d expect this restaurant to serve fortune cookies at least: New Fortune Cookie – London.