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    (Original post by z!D4N)
    go to sha tin in hong kong and try the fried pigeons there.
    grrrrr. i don't wanna do that
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    Wasn't the shopping centre in Sha Tin closed or something ages ago? Or is it just me imagining things again :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by sashh)
    Oooooooooo

    I used to have a chinese flatmate and when I had flu he made me chicken and sweetcorn soup, it was the first thing I'd eaten in 2 days and tasted fantastic.

    Mmm and I love the dumplings you buy frozen and steam.

    Meerkat - I once spent a few hours in Singapore (comming back from Australia), there seemed to be food everywhere how come Singaporeans aren't all HUGE?

    We've got high metabolism rates! There are fat ones but they hide at home. Heh.
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    (Original post by sashh)
    Oooooooooo

    I used to have a chinese flatmate and when I had flu he made me chicken and sweetcorn soup, it was the first thing I'd eaten in 2 days and tasted fantastic.
    Hmmm..i experienced that after waiting for an appendicitis op....first thing i ate was buttered toast...loveliest food i've ever eaten...lol....

    But you're right...sweetcorn soup is brilliant!

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    Theres nothing nicer than Chinese food...in China. After having authentic Chinese food, the stuff you get from chippys here is just a bit dissapointing. I remember going to the food market in Beijing - absolutely bloomin marvellous.

    MMMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...dumpli ngs...*drools*...
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    Thai food is the best, my parents used to have a Thai friend and she cooked for us for a few parties, no-one would eat her spiciest food though (not that I didnt try - hot!:eek: ). My entire family (save me) is good at cooking chinese food actually, despite none of us being Chinese, I just wish they would learn to cook Thai.
 
 
 
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