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Monday, 19 September 2005

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Kirk

Hi Jack - I'm hoping they enjoyed their meal??? Personally, I think the food at China Max is very mild, sometimes too mild! So I'm hopng they didn't think the food there was too spicy! Check out my previous entry about the Peking Duck too!

MEalcemtric

Love those chive dumplings....good report

Kirk

Hi Mealcentric - I loved those chive dumplings too! And thanks!

milgwimper

Jo,

Well I wont have time after the garage sale I have to go a Birthday party afterwards. There are several good dimsum places nearby but timing it for is terrible! LOL

Jo

Yea, this is true. By the by, we went to Dakao II for dinner. I had the banh xeo... ::groans and rolls eyes:: Oh man, no comparison to the last place I got it and that place is shut up tighter than a drum AND it was $2 cheaper!?!?! Small wonder! Mike had a meat & seafood soup, not pho, that had both white & yellow noodles. He loved it. The crepe for the banh xeo (#12) was SO crisp and flavorful, chock full of shrimp & veggies that were also flavorful. Not to mention a virtual mountain of lettuce leaves, mint, and basil for wrapping. OH, before I forget, we also got some of the premade pork spring rolls, BIG surprise there! They had chili in them! YIKES! ::laughing:: They were yummylicious as well! We gotta go back and try the DFS at .35 each!

Jo

OH, and don't forget Friday Night!

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