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good one generalito. looks awesome.


i am starting to think more about salads as snacks. i have come across another one that i like:






you take this salad and then sprinkle fresh red grapes, apple slices, mandarin orange, and fresh strawberries on it.

i think it will end up being a one hell of a salad snack.
this salad is not bad, i hate salad with only raw vegetables, make you feel like you are a rabbit, i prefer salad with potato, tomato, carrot and with some meat

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fish balls, traditional Hong Kong snacks

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What's the sauce? Don't think I've seen them served like that before.

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What's the sauce? Don't think I've seen them served like that before.
curry

we used to eat them with a wood stick

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Good stuff EnriqueIG . And that looks delicious as well Mimi .

Prepared some Ravioli again last night. This time the filling was parmesan cheese, prosciutto (Italian dried ham), pesto, basil and tomatoes. The sauce was just chopped tomatoes heated up with some bay tomatoes sliced in half, basil and a little pesto (plus spices, salt, sugar, pepper).

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Good stuff EnriqueIG . And that looks delicious as well Mimi .

Prepared some Ravioli again last night. This time the filling was parmesan cheese, prosciutto (Italian dried ham), pesto, basil and tomatoes. The sauce was just chopped tomatoes heated up with some bay tomatoes sliced in half, basil and a little pesto (plus spices, salt, sugar, pepper).
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curry

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Ah, now I know what your talkin' about .

Those little "stores" on random streets of HK. God I tell you what, the squid skewers in the pic look awesome .

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Ah, now I know what your talkin' about .

Those little "stores" on random streets of HK. God I tell you what, the squid skewers in the pic look awesome .
wow, you have been to HK before?

i have to say, you are very brave to taste these stuff, many Western people are afraid to eat them

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Guess my background . I've been to HK like....I think every 2-3 years roughly. Last time I went was early last year.

I'm pretty afraid as well, but I think it's okay to have that stuff once in a while.

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good one generalito. looks awesome.


i am starting to think more about salads as snacks. i have come across another one that i like:






you take this salad and then sprinkle fresh red grapes, apple slices, mandarin orange, and fresh strawberries on it.

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That would be a pretty big fuckin' snack.
Indeed. Granted I'm a girl but I would eat that as quite a large dinner. I do love seafood... seafood salad sounds good to me.
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I love squid, one of my favorite "meats"

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Guess my background . I've been to HK like....I think every 2-3 years roughly. Last time I went was early last year.

I'm pretty afraid as well, but I think it's okay to have that stuff once in a while.
you are Chinese? You are so rich, on reverse, I had only visited Australia once, more than 10 years ago. I have a friend who lives in Sydney but i have yet to visit her

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you are Chinese? You are so rich, on reverse, I had only visited Australia once, more than 10 years ago. I have a friend who lives in Sydney but i have yet to visit her
Yep, but I'm not rich. I'm far from it actually. Only once? Poor effort

Nice . I have a cousin that lives there too.

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Indeed. Granted I'm a girl but I would eat that as quite a large dinner. I do love seafood... seafood salad sounds good to me.


i have not prepared one yet but i will this weekend and give it a go.

it does look good and healthy.

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The dinner I prepared today, a little messy but still tasty;

3 Chicken schnitzels, chopped potato pieces with ham/cheese and sauce and of course applesauce.



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