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I am in complete agreement. I took my 5 and 6 year old children over Eid in November by myself. I loved it, we had a great time taking the MRT all over the place. Singapore is extremely child-friendly and I felt completely safe there by myself with the two of them. We will be returning in a couple of months.
Toggle Commented Jan 20, 2006 on Singapore at The Noisy American
I have a neurosis over my privacy, I fear when they show up at my door. Then again, I guess I could strreeettccchh the truth.
Toggle Commented Dec 18, 2005 on The Census at The Noisy American
It took me back to college in the US, glad to see that it's the same no matter where you attend school.
This thread is a few months old, but I think you should look toward Hawai'ian cooking as well. Hawaiian cooking has influences from Portugal, Japan, Okanawa, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, China, the Polynesian islands, and I am sure I am forgetting some of the other influences. Anyway, Hawai'ian cooking is extremely multi-cultural. There are good books on the subject of Hawai'an Home/Country Cooking to the renaissance in Hawai'ian Modern cooking that has been going on for the last 20 years. Mutual Publishing is a local publisher that has a wide variety of Hawai'ian cooking titles. Also, the godfather of Hawai'ian cooking is Say Choy, and I have to say I really enjoy his books. Good Luck.
Toggle Commented Aug 8, 2005 on Recommend a Cookbook at spicetart