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Rachel Laudan

A lovely post, Robyn.


I remember making Chapati's 30 years ago at my primary school in East Hanningfield, although not as expert as this if I recall..


Rachel, thank you!

Jeff Chuah

I enjoy reading your articles, especially those about George Town. There's always something new to excite and urge me to go back to the city, a beloved of mine.

thyme (sarah)

Thank you for this virtual tour through words. I would love to see and taste all of this and comb through your words slowly trying to imagine it all. So many different ways of preparing foods...and thrilled it is all "different" from our every day.

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