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Phil

In the land of Pho, a touch of home has to be refreshing. Love the story, and the pictures Mark. Nice, soft light - matches the tone of the meal.

When we were kids, my mother used to have to bribe my brother to eat peas. I, on the other hand, loved them. So he'd bribe me to eat the peas off of his plate when Mom wasn't looking. It was a pretty sweet gig.

the lacquer spoon

I didn't have such an weekend habit, but your though makes me nostargic as well. Relieved to know you're now freed from the bribe ;)

tom engeman

dear stickeyrice-
thank you for all THE WONDERFUL, INTERESTING, EXCITING, ADVENTUROUS, PLEASING, SALIVATING AND JUST PLAIN DAMN FINE WORDS, TERRIFIC AND TRULY BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS OVER THE PAST TWO YEARS OR MORE THAT I HAVE BEEN PAITIENTLY WAITING FOR YOUR NEXT.

thank you. you make my heart glad to see you and your just plain cool missives. BRILLIANT.
tommy

FlavorBoulevard

That roast and pudding look amazing! I wish I could find such a nice three course for that price in the States. What kind of pudding was it?

Sticky

Phil - thanks...obviously that stuff was going on in all families!

The LS - yes, the nostalgia can sometimes be strangling!

Tommy - stop it...your embarrassing me...ok then...keep going!

FlavourB - it was bloody awesome pudding with caramel and runny custard!

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Everything looks great. I've enjoyed looking through your blog.

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