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Sunday, 20 November 2011

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kat

stay warm Kirk!

Kirk

Thanks Kat!

Jenne

So what's the strategy for Sab E Lee? Who's in the kitchen and when? :-)

Kirk

Hi Jenne - It's got to be the original cook, for the life of me I can't remember her name. She's usually there during most lunches and dinners, but I haven't been able to pin down a pattern.

FTD

Is it that hard to make sisig? I'm sad=(

Kirk

Hey TFD - Not this type, but I really don't want to make a large amount.

Carol

The last few times we've been to the original SEL has been a hit or miss on some dishes too. Nothing bad, just not as good as it could be.

Kirk

Hi Carol - Yes, we've had that happen to us as well.

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