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2009.05.14

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makiuzt

Hi Robyn,
The first link you provided for hsa*ba goes to a Japanese site. The correct address should be http://www.hsaba.com/

makiuzt
(a Hong Konger living in Minneapolis and a fan of this blog!!)

meemalee

"not many Burmese cookbooks out there, you know"

I'm working on it, Robyn :)

Good interview - thanks!

meemalee

CrazyC

Hey Robyn,

You should definitely try and visit Burma. I have been going every year for the last 3 years since my dad is living there now. The food is amazing and the people are the most gracious I know.

Robyn

makiuzt - thanks for the heads up! Fixed.

meemalee - go for it. There's so much room for more Burmese food info...

Hi CrazyC - Dave and I were there briefly, Rangoon only, in Dec 2001. You are right, it's time to go back, and to spend more time. We're hoping to get there later in the year!

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