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Friday, 29 October 2010

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Donna

*drool* at the last photo. Actually, all of them. Also nice to see positive developments coming out of Detroit area.

Ling

Your description of the composition of the pork belly dish had me totally mesmerised to the point I was tasting every single element in my head. Damn.

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