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Thursday, 21 June 2007



YAY !!! New installment is excellent. Capture the flavor (ahem) with aplum(b).

enough food jokes. glad you are around, at least for awhile.

Looking forward to all the cool pix and stories.. try to include stuff in addition to the food, like -- well.. scenery, people, places... ya know (ap is smiling wryly)


congrats! you made it into today's Serious Eats. Your writing is superb, pics are great.

Boots in the Oven

Auntie, I'll try, but you know how we are! Like your puns, and I'm glad you liked the post.

Rooney, thanks for letting us know! That's really exciting. I have to thank Roboppy!



I googled for 'Hemlock' in Bangkok and up came your page.

What a fabulous blog you keep. You write so well about the food and the pictures (great colours, superb background details behind the food) are stunning.

Thank you.


Boots in the Oven

Thank you so much, Marcus! It was interesting reading your review of Hemlock. I didn't talk too much in the post about how the prices and ambience combined to make us a little uncomfortable - the restaurant was nicer than a lot of others in Bangkok, but in a way that made me feel like they weren't courting local customers. Like they were trying on a style that didn't fit.

Of course, this meant I could read the meno, so that was good. And their food was tasty.

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