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Sunday, 05 December 2010



Mmm Sheng Jian Bao! Just exactly how I remember them, and my burnt lips and mouth... ;)
I should try Pho Convoy again. It seems Kirbie and I's experience was just bad luck maybe?


wow! maybe that could be called Mt. Loco Moco. It's huge but looks tasty.


that loco moco looks HUGE!


Dang the moco loco...


I can feel my cholesterol level go up just looking at the photo of the roast pork loco moco! I think I'll just stick with Mo's regular loco moco, which is usually enough for three meals!


Hi Dennis - In terms of flavor; Convoy Noodle House dies it best for me.

Hi Lynnea - That was a mass of food.

Hi Kat - It was huge.....

Hi Bill - It was enough for at least two-three meals.

Hi Sandy - It literally made my heart stop.... ;o)


That aoyagi looks great.


Hi Jason - It was very good!


I passed out for a sec there from food coma after looking at picture of the loco moco. I'm alright now. ;-)


Hi Carol - That's some major artery clogging stuff, huh? ;o)


another droolworthy post, sorry to hear about the technical problems. What in the world is that last photo, it looks crinkly and delicious... a creature from the sea perhaps?


Hi FH - It's a type of Aoyagi.

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