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  • Monster Munching
    California Asian, need I say more...the epitome of good eating! Here's another one to put on your list of must consult everyday...it just all looks so delicious and yes, indeed, someway, someday I'm going to go and have lunch in Sunny SoCal.
  • Chow Times
    This is so, so good! and it's Asian too. So in keeping with tradition that means good photos, lots of info and most especially good food! I can't believe I've only just discovered this fab blog.
  • Chubbypanda - The Epicurious Wanderer
    Interesting, informative and thought provoking. Excellent photos (and lots of them too), restaurant reviews and some excellent recipes as well. This is a fairly new blog just started in August and has a decidely Asian (my favorite) flavor.
  • mmm-yoso!!!
    Asian food blogs are the best and Kirk's blog is just outstanding. Based in San Diego this blog has lots of delicious photos and is an entertaining read as well; one of my favorites. Can't wait to get to San Diego. Bravo!
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09 January 2008

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New York Hotel

Lunch in Paris is always remain memorable in my life. I still remembered my days to Paris when i got Indian food there. It was quite good experience. All credit goes to ECT as we booked our hotel through it.

Emma

I have been in that market; it's amazing. There's an incredible stall with "forgotten" vegetables: have you ever seen white carrots, purple potatoes ... I went there after visiting the Aligre market with the 2 genuine Parisians of Succulent Paris.They gave me a lot of information about markets, shops, recipe. Visiting markets is a really interesting experience for food lovers.

Emily

Hi Betty and Hi Ash,

Clementines are a citrus fruit and here is a link to some wiki info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clementine

They might also be called mandarine oranges, satsumas or even tangerines. Satsumas remind me of Truman Capote and that is always what I think of when I bring a sackfull home from the market.

Betty C.

I love the three-column look, and your new look in general.

I know what you mean about taking pictures in the market. The closer I am to home, the less I feel comfortable about it!

ash

I've never tried clementines before. I'm intrigued. What are they like?

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