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Cazza

We are fortunate to have many Vietnamese restaurants in Melbourne. And I will try your recipe.

BTW... I totally love your dogs. I would like to know, however, what constitutes an abandoned graveyard? I thought residency there was permanent!

laura

Good lord, I'm going to have to go get some lunch now or STARVE. I'm drooling. This looks easy enough, and with enough ingredients that I have on hand, that I think I would try this. Keep 'em coming! No breaks!

Julie

Cazza, I had to laugh about what constitutes an abandoned graveyard. You're right, the residents don't go anywhere although in this case it seems that there is no longer anyone righting headstones as they fall over, people are no longer being buried here, and I don't think I've ever once seen flowers placed on a grave here. All of which works well for the dogs and me.

Laura, if you do try it let me know what you think. It's definitely easy.

Gail

Mary told me to drop by and I'm glad I did. I think this may be the inspiration I need to get out of my cooking duldrums. Thanks!

Lindy

I've made this recipe several times too-it's really good, isn't it?

Re abandoned graveyards: There is a beautiful old cemetary in my neighborhood, where people are permitted to walk their dogs. Recently, when a leash rule was added (after a dog was an disruptive guest at a funeral), some nearby residents, feeling affronted, put up signs saying, "boycott Homewood Cemetary!"
Presumably, they would refuse to die until their demands were met.

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