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Saturday, 03 December 2005

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Passionate Eater

Looks like you and the Missus had great seats at the concert! I'm glad that you two had a good time, and it is heartening to hear how the proceeds from the concert went to charity.

Thank you Missus for the "sweet" idea for a dessert snack. (I'm hungry now!)

Reid

Hi Kirk,

That concert line up sounds great. It's definitely something that I would not have missed, especially since it was for a good cause.

I haven't had sweets like those in ages, but just viewing makes me want some now. *sigh*

clare eats

It looks like you had a great time at the concert :)
Those deserts look great! Sadly, I have never even seen them let alone tried them :(

Kirk

Hi PE - I think the Missus enjoys these types of desserts because they are not overly sweet. And most have 3 basic ingredients, sweet rice, coconut milk, and sugar - can't go wrong there! Not really great seats, but a good concert.

Hi Reid - Was a nice concert, the Missus is a big time Train fan, and Hootie did a good job.

Hi Clare - I found at least 1 Filipino Restaurant in Sydney, but there's probably more:

http://www.tribo.org/filipinofood/restaurants/australia.html

milgwimper

Hmmm I haven't had Filipino sweets in awhile, but I am still dreaming of pork adobo buns....Great post Kirk although as usual it makes me want to eat more than my stomach can handle.

Jo

Sounds like we need to do a Gold Ribbon run Mills. Mike loves them also...

Kirk

Hi Jo & Mills - Get that engine warmed up! LOL!

clare eats

WOAH!!!
That is cool!!!
THANK YOU!! :)

Kirk

Hi Clare - No problem!

Jenn

That sounds like a really good concert. I'd like to have seen that one. I like Alanis Morisette, she's Canadian, don't'cha know?!?! (sure you do!) I don't know about those desserts, I've never tried any of them, but I WOULD if I had the opportunity. I think it's cool you have a blue upside-down dog!

Kirk

Hi Jenn - Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Even in the midst of your really bad (bronchitis) cold! The concert was a blast. I'm wondering if there are any Filipino Restaurants in Korea?

Jo

::laughing:: That is one cool puppy Kirk! Jenn gets points for noticing. Pepper is getting a bath at the moment, he escaped and rolled in something stinky ::wrinkles nose:: Thank goodness for Mike!

Jenn

I'm not SURE they're aren't any Filipino restaurants here, but I'd lean towards "perhaps not." If there were such a beast, it would probably be up in the more diverse city of Seoul. Down here in my city on the south coast, there's not a wide variety. (We've got TGIF and Outback Steakhouse, and I've heard there's an Indian resto, but I've yet to track it down and try it out.) Your posts make me hungry.

Kirk

Hi Jo - Sammy will do all kinds of "tricks" for good eats - sort of like "Dad"!

Hi Jenn - That's a bummer. Hope you're feeling better soon, BTW.

Alex

remove the picture of the cute dog. I was scrolling through the web page real fast and thought it was a dish. LOL

Kirk

Hi Alex - That "dish" is my "son" LOL!

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