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Monday, 03 October 2011



Wow, you're one lucky guy Kirk! Pan Fried Pho sounds something I can really get into. Know of any spot in SD that might have it?


some interesting but delicious looking foods!


Hi Dennis - There's no place in San Diego that makes it this way. At most places you'll get something resembling Chow Fun.

Hi Kat - It was!




i just love the coulours of all these meals !!bravo !!pierre


Silly question. But what does silkworms taste like ??!! Were they deep fried?

The pics of the food are beautiful...


So lucky! Everything looks delicious. It is definitely more fun to have friends who love to eat!

The Food Detective

Their mom must really like you! That's a lot of dishes!

Btw, my dad grows this leafy vegetable that you're supposed to eat with the cay. Not that he eats cay but he grows them for some reason. It smells really weird.


Yes Jan...very lucky!

Thanks Pierre, all credit goes to the fabulous cooks!

Hi Faye - Slightly gushy and depending on the quality it can be musty or even a flowery shrimpy flavor. The best I had was in SEA. That was fresh and live before being fried, these are canned.

Do you mean La Mo TFD? I'd like to try some, I don't think I've had that. To me the funkiest VN herb is Diep Ca.....


Lucky you...


so sweet and generous a friend and such a thoughtful gift! =)


That was such a fun dinner. Peter's mom really enjoys cooking for you. The Ballast Point beers that you brought were perfect with the dishes!


Yes, Bill....I'm very lucky!

Hi Lynnea - I'm quite fortunate to have such good friends.

And I love her cooking Ange! And you just can't beat the great company.

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