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Sunday, 13 September 2009



I'm just speculating but the proprietors of these little restaurants must have owned similar restaurants back home or came from families that were in the restaurant business. Btw, "palms?" it's usually coconuts in this venue. Like hello versus howdy kind of thing.


Hooray, Ramen Nakamura! I miss that place dearly. Those gyoza have spoiled me for anything else I've found thus far. :)

Rachel @ boots in the oven

RONW, it's entirely possible - and thanks for the info on coconut vs. palm!

Crystal, I haven't tried any since I got back, and you're making me sad! Maybe I'll have to find a recipe...

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