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Monday, 12 September 2016



We keep saying we will stop at Village Kitchen but end up at Little Sheep for some reason. Will make the effort soon. But now with Boiling Passion as another choice for hot pot, also have another choice. It's good that you got such a variety when on this trip- a spicy/non-jalapeño based visit.

Ed  (from Yuma)

VK was good. And the menu amazing. Dishes with smoked pork snout, for example. It would be fun with a group.


Just come across your blog as looking for recipe ideas for a home Kaiseki. The blog is Great and I am greatly jealous of your culinary adventures!

You mention Gringo and ask for a Chinese equivalent, I like in Hong Kong and in Cantonese the phrase would be Gwailo (man) Gwaipo (lady) the literal translation is Ghost Man/Woman with the Ghost to represent how white we are :)


Hi David - Welcome to our little blog and taking the time out to comment. Sadly, we lost Ed from Yuma back in September of 2017:

We miss him dearly. He was a big part of the mmm-yoso family.

Please let me know if you have any questions about any of our recipes.

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