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Sunday, 07 June 2009


Jam Sanitchat

I'm working on making this salad soon. I have not stopped thinking about it since I saw your post. Oh how I miss Thailand. Thank you for the post. Next trip to the Asian market has a definite goal.


I too saw the recipe at those two other blogs before happening upon it here too! Definitely gonna make it - there's a new packet of Chinese sausage in my fridge!


Saw this on Eating Asia a while back - I was whinging about my oven-like kitchen too! Other suggestions for the salad - chargrilled squid, shrimp, very thin slices of pork belly - or pieces of pork cracklings... :p

Logan @ Boots in the Oven

Jam- I'd be very curious as to how it turns out.

Su-Lin, Score! Some recipes are just meant to be.

Ling-Damn. The pork cracklings idea has got me entirely too excited. That sounds awesome!


I'm happy to hear that you guys enjoyed this salad as much as I did. It's so simple to make and gives a lot in the flavor department.

Rachel @ Boots in the Oven

Thanks for letting us steal it, Cathy! I was following Logan around for days whispering "sausage salad? sausage salad?" It seems to have worked...


Wow now that is impressive. and your title made me laugh out loud.

Logan @ Boots in the Oven

Cara- But it's so true.

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