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Sunday, 14 February 2010


angel van

happy lunar new year to you too kirk! either saying is appropriate. it is more common to say chuc mung nam moi when speaking and saying cung chuc tan xuan when writing.


I looove potato salad... I remember my mother telling me Okinawa used to use the lunar calendar back in the day..


Ha, my dogs eat 3 Ladies rice too. Happy New Year to you & the Missus.


this version of potato salad sounds so good, I must try it soon :) happy chinese new year, valentines & whatever else there is to celebrate!


Hi Angel Van - Thanks! Best wishes for the year!

Hi Dennis - I know that in the late 1800's that Japan adopted the Gregorian calendar..... too bad, because a double celebration is always more fun!

Hi Vicki - It's good to know we're not alone.... I don't feel so strange! ;o)

Hi Kat - Happy many holiday-day to you as well! ;o)


Gong xi fa cai, Kirk! The potato salad sounds great! I'll have to try it. The mint and capers sound really interesting.


Our girls are also Asian mutts. They prefer Asian types of food, but they will eat plain steak too. But other foods generally have to have the Asian flavor. Rice is good for dogs' stomach problems. The standard meal that the vet says to give them is rice with hamburger mixed in.


What a lucky lady, the Missus. That potato salad looks really great and with blue cheese it can't be bad. I'm very intrigued by some of the other additions; mint and capers are two of my fav. "mystery" flavors that always make things taste different.

Erin Burnett

Wow does this look amazing! It looks fresh and fabulous.Thanks for the recipe, I will be making this in the summer time for the girls! Thanks


Hi Carol - It turned out rather well.

Hi Alan - We've found that plain meat mixed in with kibble gives Sammy some major problems.... the addition of rice fixed everything up. Oh, and then there's roast duck and rice.... which they get on their B-Day...

Hi Lynnea - The capers really lifts the salad, and the mint flavor in the background is very interesting.

Hi Erin - Thanks for dropping by and commenting. I hope the recipe turns out well for you!

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