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Saturday, 24 February 2018

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kat

had to smile with the “white shirt” hint...just like satoshi

Kirk

Lol Kat! Oh my......

Junichi

It's been pretty spicy the last few times I've been. Another cold and wet week means more noodle soups!

Kirk

I do think the broth has been getting spicer over the years Junichi. I'm glad I'm not imagining things. I'm actually enjoying the recent cold weather.....all soups...all the time!

Didi Tee

ha..ha..ha..good advice on the shirt.
the broth indeed has been spicier and i love it these last 3 months.
i still can't believe Ed is gone. I would never have gone to eat at Flattop Grille or Tacos Mi Rancho in Yuma were it not for Ed's reviews.
i'm glad you got to visit Ed and Tina, and ate at his favorite places, Kurt, last september.
do you think he'd have enjoyed the spicier broth?

Kirk

Hi Didi - It's so nice to hear from you! I think Ed would have enjoyed the spicier version....and hopefully he would have worn a ncie white shirt! ;o)

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