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March 03, 2004

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Niki

Wow - that's so impressive! Not only that you went to the effort of doing it all yourself, but the idea of experimenting with a very foreign cuisine in an area where it is somewhat difficult to get authentic ingredients, and where the local cuisine is so different. Congratulations! It sounds like a fantastic dinner!
I find it kind of amusing that an Italian living in Germany just created a Thai meal described by an Australian living in Britain. :-) Truly a global world!

Alberto

Niki: thanks! I had not thought of the global "connection" but, hey! you're right... I guess "globalisation" can have its good sides too :-)

pim

Hi Alberto,

Thanks for your compliments, the Thai food you made looked great too. I love Yum Tang Gwa, cucumber salad. It's so refreshing and light, perfect for a summer lunch.

Your curry paste looked great too. You may have an easier time getting everything to be in a uniform paste if you pound each ingredient separately and mix them all in together at the end. That always helps me.

cheers,
Pim

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