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Thursday, 19 July 2007


Sara, Ms. Adventures in Italy

Excellent post! I am really loving your explanations and photos - someday I will be heading to Thailand!

The cooking class also looks like a great find. Yum, curry. Can't get good stuff here in Italy.

Boots in the Oven

Thanks, Sara! That was one thing we missed in Florence - the only decent Asian food of any kind was really expensive sushi that was out of our budgets!

We miss the markets in Italy so, so much, though... where you can get a huge bag of produce for 3 euro. Sigh.

When we get more settled, perhaps I can send you a curry mix - there are some really good premade ones in the stores here!


"I'd totally replicate it at home if I cooked."

If I may, let me say that you have offhand deadpan NAILED.

My hat would totally be off if I wore hats.

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