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FOOD ASSASSIN
Minneapolis
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Floating Market marshmello dessert with shredded carrot and scallions. yummmmmm!!!! coconut pancakes (Khanom Krok) noodle soup for breakfast quail eggs Pad Thai made on the boat Pad Thai Deep fried crabs sweet glaze custrads served in pottery Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2013 at FOOD ASSASSIN's blog
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zona hears a who ice bridge ice bridge Continue reading
Posted Feb 21, 2011 at FOOD ASSASSIN's blog
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Minnehaha falls in winter time The blue ice with shades in the light Continue reading
Posted Jan 9, 2011 at FOOD ASSASSIN's blog
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Tagine Roast Chicken in Berber spices with roasted potato, squash, daikon radish, pumpkin, sweet potato, yams, fresh figs and semi dried apricots Vegetables being seasoned Organic Chicken ready for the Berber seasonings..... mmmmmmmm Ready for the Tagine Roasted to Perfection. yummmmmmm Continue reading
Posted Nov 15, 2010 at FOOD ASSASSIN's blog
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snooze time after a morning in the snow Continue reading
Posted Nov 14, 2010 at FOOD ASSASSIN's blog
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WOMBAT TASMANIAN DEVIL Continue reading
Posted Oct 28, 2010 at FOOD ASSASSIN's blog
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Zona enjoying the fall air on the Knife River Beach Wild Wood of the Knife River Twins Point entrance to a great beach Pink Rocks Pebbles and Sand Pink Chair in the Lake Continue reading
Posted Oct 16, 2010 at FOOD ASSASSIN's blog
Foods of the World Black Limes Description The highly aromatic, somewhat fermented flavor notes in black limes complement chicken and fish particularly well. Surprisingly, one or two pierced black limes in an oxtail stew give it a welcome degree of piquancy. When adding whole black limes to a dish or putting one in the cavity of poultry before cooking, make a few holes with a skewer or the tines of a fork to allow the cooking juices to infuse with the tasty inside. Urfa Biber Description It is often described as having a smokey, 'raisin-like' taste, used in mushroom sauces,... Continue reading
Posted Aug 27, 2010 at FOOD ASSASSIN's blog
HI there can you please tell me the name of the spics shop you were at on TV? I will be in LA this coming week and wanted to stop by. Thanks
Toggle Commented Jun 25, 2010 on Come with me to Tokyo at chez pim
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