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    I love my Singapore Noodles.

    It is truely the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sutisa View Post
    I love to eat Papaya Salad, I like it when they make it with salted crab and a little bit of asain anchovies (bah laar) I especially like to eat it with Sticky rice. Hmm so yummy.
    Yeah I had sticky rice with it too. And grilled asian sausages. IT WAS DELICIOUS!! That picture you see of the papaya salad does have crabs and plah-rah in it. Plus, a little bit of ma-krauk a bitter sweet and sour fruit. It balances everything out perfectly. And I had requested the lady to make it medium to light spicy but it was still too spicy for me. Next time I'm going to try light to not spicy at all.

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    i went to mario batali's restaurant in las vegas, enoteca san marco. it was very yummy, and i even left a comment on the little reply card that came with the check: mario batali kicks wolfgang puck's a--!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigTEX View Post
    I eat those. It's called nem in Vietnamese. Many people eat them when drinking .
    same here..... nemcomes in diff shapes


    and papaya salad? I only know "GOi DU Du"
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    this might sound weird. i'm having a friend bring me back british chocolate bars, specifically aero bars. for those who have had both british chocolate bars and an american hersheys bar will understand. i'm so excited.

    i suffered great disappointment when i learned that you can't ship food from australia to america.
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    Default Foods from the West

    Here is a list of some of the foods that are indigenous to the western hemisphere and therefore would probably be inappropriate in a work of historical fiction set in classical antiquity:
    • Avocado
    • Blueberries
    • Cranberry
    • Strawberry
    • Chokecherry
    • Concord grape
    • Cactus pear
    • Grapefruit
    • Guava
    • Papaya
    • Passion fruit
    • Pineapple
    • Bell peppers
    • Chile peppers
    • Pumpkins
    • Winter squashes
    • Summer squashes
    • Tomatillo
    • Tomato
    • Amaranth
    • Corn (maize)
    • Quinoa
    • Wild rice *
    • Green beans
    • Kidney beans
    • Lima beans
    • Peanut
    • Chocolate
    • Sassafras
    • Vanilla
    • Arrowroot
    • Jerusalem artichoke
    • Jicama
    • Potato
    • Sweet Potato
    • Black walnut
    • Brazil nut
    • Hickory nut
    • Macadamia
    • Pecan

    * Wild rice is the seeds of a marsh grass found in the US and Canada. Of course it doesn't taste like Asian rice although the two are sometimes mixed together as a dish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pemberly View Post
    this might sound weird. i'm having a friend bring me back british chocolate bars, specifically aero bars. for those who have had both british chocolate bars and an american hersheys bar will understand. i'm so excited.

    i suffered great disappointment when i learned that you can't ship food from australia to america.
    oh my cousin got me some belgium choclates when she went to Europe. cant even compare.
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    i started eating these garden harvest chips, and i thought they'd be kinda gross because they're made with a lot of vegetables, and i hate V8. each ounce has half a serving of veggies. but they're really really good. i had the apple cinnamon one, and it reminded me of apple pie. and now, i tried the tomato basil one, and it's like a pizza chip. they're made with whole grains and are low in calories, fat, etc. i finally found a health food that's not gross! yay!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pemberly View Post
    i started eating these garden harvest chips, and i thought they'd be kinda gross because they're made with a lot of vegetables, and i hate V8. each ounce has half a serving of veggies. but they're really really good. i had the apple cinnamon one, and it reminded me of apple pie. and now, i tried the tomato basil one, and it's like a pizza chip. they're made with whole grains and are low in calories, fat, etc. i finally found a health food that's not gross! yay!


    plftt, someone is behind.I prefer root vegetable like taro, beet, baked till crispy more appealing than potato chips
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sugar View Post
    plftt, someone is behind.I prefer root vegetable like taro, beet, baked till crispy more appealing than potato chips
    yeah, but those are 1 vegetable each, and more starchy ones, too. mine are a blend of tomatoes, carrots, spinach, broccoli, peppers, etc. besides, there's pictures of vegetables on the bag! must be uber healthy! and yours doesn't taste like pizza! mmm...man...i want pizza hut now. dang.
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    OMG....how could such a great thread be abandoned so? But then I guess lately the discussion has been spread out into more specialized threads.

    When I was younger, I used to watch Yan Can Cook. Good memories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadebunny9 View Post
    OMG....how could such a great thread be abandoned so? But then I guess lately the discussion has been spread out into more specialized threads.

    When I was younger, I used to watch Yan Can Cook. Good memories.
    we had this celebrity chef thing at my college, back in the day, and he came to our dining hall and cooked dinner. apparently, he does only use lee kum kee condiments.
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    Yeah, I used to watch Yan Can Cook. I like his catchphrase "If Yan can cook, so can you!!"

    I also like that cooking show Simply Ming w/ Ming Tsai.
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    Time to resurrect my food thread hehehe, because something relevant has come up...
    Quote Originally Posted by GuGu View Post
    Oh golly, what you just wrote made me think of my French class in high school. We had to bring in a dessert too. I made Crepe which is very popular in France and might I add, tasted AWESOME!
    Your crepes have inspired me to try this for myself. So thank you GuGu. Anyway, my first crepe turned out horrible (it broke LOL) but I think in the end everything worked out.

    Picture!

    Nutella+Banana crepes

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    must continue my love for mc chicken!
    Oh and this caught my eye - I LOVE McChickens!!! I can eat like three for a meal LOL. Even after reading Fast Food Nation I can't give up my McD's...where else can I get a McChicken, a sundae, and two apple pies all for only $3 (before tax of course)?
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    I love sesame crackers with havarti cheese and grapes. Also lemon marscapone cheesecake is really good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparky View Post
    Your crepes have inspired me to try this for myself. So thank you GuGu. Anyway, my first crepe turned out horrible (it broke LOL) but I think in the end everything worked out.

    Picture!

    Nutella+Banana crepes
    That looks good.

    Did you put anything else on it, or is it just Nutella and bananas?

    I usually make fresh strawberry jam or bought jam when I make crepes, and add whipped cream or ice cream, and syrup.
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    Hey...guys....
    Noodle Samosa Try this fusion food.You could have this in you breakfasts or tiffin pleasantly.
    This recipe is very cheap and it will take you only 40 mins to learn it.This fusion food is a mixture of Indian and Thai culture and food.
    Preparation and Ingredients -
    #.Oil to deep fry
    1 bowl, boiled noodles
    1 Tbsp oil
    2 cloves garlic minced
    1 onion, sliced thinly
    1 capsicum, sliced thinly
    1 carrot, sliced thinly
    1 cup shredded cabbage
    Salt, to taste
    2 tsp soya sauce
    1 Tbsp vinegar
    1 tsp Ajinomoto (Optional)

    For the samosa pastry:
    2 cups maida
    1 cup atta
    1 Tbsp oil
    1 tsp ajwain
    Salt, to taste
    Water, to knead the dough
    MAKING -
    In a wok add oil, garlic, onions. Saute till pink.Then add some carrots, capsicum, and cabbage. Stir fry on high heat for 2-3 minutes.Add salt, soya sauce, vinegar, Ajinomoto and boiled noodles. Toss and keep aside.It will make the stuffing and for the outer layer, you have to make a roti like a thing that is making a round shaped roti. Cut it into the half. after that, make a cone out of that half. Fill it with the noodles.Seal the edge with some water or oil.Deep fry till golden.Serve.
    For the making of the samosa pastry -Mix the maida and atta.Add salt, ajwain, and oil.Knead the dough with water.Let the dough rest for 20-30 minutes.
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