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Take a wok on the wild side.
Offering fresh and tasty dishes from China, Japan, Korea, Thailand and Vietnam, Mama Fu's Noodle House is cooking up quite a storm. It's also taking the country by storm with plans to open at least 60 new franchises in 2004. Aspiring franchisees should be prepared to encounter heated situations involving 800-degree woks and a lot of fire. But with two weeks of training at the company's store in Atlanta and additional on-site assistance, they'll be sizzling in no time.
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