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Tuesday, 03 August 2010

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bill

That was good post I felt so apart of it except not being able to sample the food ;-).

Kirk

Hi Bill - I wish I could email you a sample!

Lynnea

such a sweet post. what an amazing family.

Jeff C

I guess you can go home again... for a little while.

MrM

Touching, Kirk. Very touching!

ed (from Yuma)

Thanks Kirk.

This was an extra special post. I feel lucky to have read about the special meal. Thanks again for sharing with the rest of us.

RONW

the walls must have absorbed the years of hospitality

Kirk

Hi Lynnea - I'm glad you enjoyed the post.

I guess you can Jeff.

Thanks so much MrM. It was a very memorable meal.

Hi Ed - Thanks as always for reading.... I hope you're mending well.

Hi RONW - Yes, it must've.....

AZ

Everything looked delish, and I'm amazed that they accomplished all that cooking with only a two burner stove. Gulp, big ol' honkin' lump in my throat, why are they destroying the old family home?

Tammy

Aww, home is where the heart is...or food. It will be sad to see that house go away.

Did you get the recipe for the dumplings?

kat

what a great post, I particularly enjoyed your warm and fuzzy ending!

Dennis

Hi Kirk, again it's really too bad about the house being torn down. I think these posts you're doing are especially wonderful to keep the memories. The second to the last photo of the kitchen is beautiful.

Kirk

Hi AZ - I believe the whole street is being razed, and will be replaced with apartments and condos. The location is prime for development.

Hi Tammy - Jiaozi is something that has been made by hand for many decades....... there are no recipes, everything is done by using the senses.

Hi Kat - I'm glad you enjoyed the post.

Hi Dennis - Yeah, I made sure to include that photo because it's one of my favorites.

Cathy

What a great tribute and permanent record. Now the memory won't fade. You write so well.

Kirk

Hi Cathy - Geeez... you flatter me. This was an easy one to write.

Carol

What a great last meal of a great trip. I'm sure the Missus grandmother was there in spirit and smiling.

Kirk

Hi Carol - I think you're right...

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