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Old 11-19-2012, 11:18 PM   #2720
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Originally Posted by dini View Post
I think you may be right... most often here they cut it up and put it in a vegetable porridge, or cook it in coconut milk with lemon basil and lemon grass and chili, which is super yummy.
Oh my, that does sound delicious, Dina. We eat a lot of Indian but I think at the moment I'm in a lighter Vietnamese/Indonesian/Thai mode. My Far Eastern Cookery book is getting a good workout these days.
Gail's Prune Whip sounds lovely too, I might try that!!
Laughing at superjen and her mashed butter. Spotting her signature the other day and reflecting on the amount of butter I'd used that morning made me think I must ask one of the guys in work if he's ever tried making Joel Robuchon's mashed potatoes.
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