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2006.03.21

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serena

i love KTZ Cafe's various tong shui (they have branches all over town - ss2, OUG, imbi) - & their huasheng hu is super rich. for lighter desserts, i also like their double boiled sweet soups, & the shaved ice desserts they do with fruits.

have you read grace young's breath of a wok? i've flipped through it & it seems more substantial, recipe-wise, than wisdom of a chinese kitchen.

foodcrazee

wow! didnt know he's around there. Must go and try when i'm there next. thanx for the tips

Robyn

serena, breath of a wok I've been meaning to buy for awhile. Thx for the suggstn re; KTZ

Sticky

I find this idea of hot and cold foods intriguing. The Vietnamese also subscribe to this theory. Problem with it is that the 'remedy' always seems to tip the balance way back the other way!?

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